Conservation Laboratory: Metals II

Description: (Formerly numbered Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Materials 239.) Laboratory, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Requisites: courses 234, 263. Recommended: courses M210, M215. Treatment of conservation problems of metallic artifacts made of iron, steel, cast iron, gold, zinc, and aluminum that have some importance in ethnographic objects. Practical work on metallic artifacts. Letter grading.

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