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Ahmed Mahmoud Mostafa Elsayed Hemaid

Teadching-Assistant - مدرس مساعد

Faculty Of Archaeology

Address: Sohag University, Faculty of Archaeology, Department of Conervtion

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Publications Which contain the keyword: restoration


Wireless Sensor Network for Distributed Environmental Monitoring
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO ENSURE A SAFE AND WEALTHY LIFE OF BOTH HUMANS AND ARTIFACTS. MONITORING REQUIREMENTS ARE EXTREMELY DIFFERENT DEPENDING ON THE ENVIRONMENT, LEADING TO AD HOC IMPLEMENTATIONS THAT LACK FLEXIBILITY. THIS PAPER DESCRIBES AN IMPLEMENTATION THAT CAN BE ADAPTED TO MANY DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS AND EMBEDS THE FLEXIBILITY REQUIRED TO BE DEPLOYED AND UPGRADED WITHOUT THE NECESSITY ... Read more

The Asyut Project: Fourth Season of Fieldwork 2006
THE FOURTH SEASON OF FIELDWORK AT GEBEL ASYUT FOCUSED ON THE DOCUMENTATION OF THE RECENTLY DISCOVERED TOMB N13.1. THE TOMB BELONGED TO ITI-IBI(-IQER), ASYUTI NOMARCH AT THE VERY END OF THE FIRST INTERMEDIATE PERIOD. ITS PAINTED DECORATION IS WELL PRESERVED. IN ADDITION, GRAFFITI OF THE NEW KINGDOM (LITERARY TEXTS, VISITORS' GRAFFITI, DRAWINGS) COVER THE TOMB WALLS. OTHER WORK RESULTED IN ... Read more

HISTORICAL BRICKS DETERIORATION AND RESTORATION FROM THERED MONASTERY, SOHAG, EGYPT: A GEOCHEMICAL, PETROLOGICALAND STATISTICAL APPROACHES
The present study investigates for the first time the historical bricks of The Red Monastery(west Sohag, Egypt), built about fifth century AD, which showing several aspects of brickdecay. Several techniques were employed (geochemical, petrographical, mineralogical andmorphological) to determine their deterioration features and provenance of the raw materialas well as shed lights on the firing techniques. In addition, integration of geochemical ... Read more