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    Authors: Radicchi, Gerusa de Alkmim; Oliveira, Amanda Brabo de; Vieira Campos, Jéssica Catharine; Faria, Vitória Moisés;

    Conservation in the Laboratory of Antarctic Studies in Human Sciences at UFMG is divided into two groups of activities, those carried out in situ and those carried out in the laboratory. During the excavation fields in Antarctica, we apply curative and preventive interventions in order to mitigate the degradation factors that are active during excavation and the transfer to Brazil. After the arrival of the material excavated at LEACH, conservation activities continue through scientific documentation and storage. This article presents the development of conservation activities during the reception of archaeological material and discusses some theoretical and methodological principles related to decision making. Such measures are fundamental for the incorporation of the new collection in the laboratory. La Conservación en el Laboratorio de Estudios Antárticos en Ciencias Humanas de la UFMG se divide en dos grupos de actividades, las que se realizan in situ y las que se realizan en el laboratorio. Durante las campañas de excavación en la Antártida, aplicamos intervenciones curativas y preventivas con el fin de mitigar los factores de degradación que se encuentran activos durante el rescate y el traslado a Brasil. Una vez llegado el material excavado al LEACH, las actividades de conservación siguen por medio de la documentación científica y el acondicionamiento. Este trabajo presenta el desarrollo de las actividades de conservación durante la recepción del material arqueológico y discute algunos principios teóricos y metodológicos relacionados con la toma de decisión. Tales medidas son fundamentales para la incorporación de la nueva colección en el laboratorio. A conservação no Laboratório de Estudos Antárticos em Ciências Humanas da UFMG está dividida em dois grupos de atividades, as realizadas in situ e as realizadas no laboratório. Durante os campos de escavação na Antártica, aplicamos intervenções curativas e preventivas com o objetivo de mitigar os fatores de degradação atuantes durante o resgate e no traslado ao Brasil. Após a chegada do material escavado no LEACH, as atividades de conservação seguem por meio da documentação científica e do acondicionamento. Este artigo apresenta o desenvolvimento das atividades de conservação durante a recepção do material arqueológico e discute alguns princípios teóricos e metodológicos relacionados à tomada de decisão. Tais medidas são fundamentais para a incorporação do novo acervo no laboratório.

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    Authors: Vasconcelos, Mara Lúcia Carrett de;

    The current state of degradation of most archaeological collections has compromised the research and protection of this heritage. To respond to these problems, some initiatives that seek to modify the current practices of preservation of archaeological collections are emerging, as the fieldwork in the Charqueada Santa Barbara archaeological site ( Pelotas, RS, Brazil ), linked to the research project Pampa Negro: Arqueologia da Escravidão na Região Sul do Rio Grande do Sul (1780-1888), which has brought together a multidisciplinary team to talk about the praxis of each area and to think of appropriate solutions for the better management and protection of archaeological collections. In the context of the conservation, protocols for preventive and curative intervention of different types of materials were developed and tested in field and laboratory. Among the types of material recovered in the excavation, metal objects, especially iron, are those most susceptible to deterioration due to the process of recovery and to the speed at which the corrosive processes occur as well as the complexity of the products resulting from these. In this context, the aim of this study was to analyze, from a study of the interface between conservation and archeology, how the conservation procedures performed in the field and laboratory in the ferrous artifacts contributed to the preservation of archaeological collections. It was expected to verify which interventions enable a better conservation of archaeological origin and of the associated information material culture, and disseminate the need for greater integration between the experts related to the safeguard of the archaeological heritage areas. It was concluded that conservation practices directly assist in the preservation of archaeological collections in its material, documentary and symbolic aspects. Therefore, the conservator has become more of a manager of these collections, in a performance that, increasingly, is turning into an agent crucial to the management of the archaeological heritage. O estado atual de degradação de grande parte dos acervos arqueológicos tem comprometido as pesquisas e a salvaguarda destes bens. Destas problemáticas vêm surgindo iniciativas que buscam a modificação das práticas atuais de preservação dos acervos arqueológicos, como o trabalho de campo do sítio Charqueada Santa Bárbara (Pelotas, RS, Brasil), vinculado ao projeto O Pampa Negro: Arqueologia da Escravidão na Região Meridional do Rio Grande do Sul (1780-1888), que reuniu uma equipe multidisciplinar a fim de dialogar a respeito da práxis de cada área e pensar de forma conjunta soluções adequadas para um melhor gerenciamento e salvaguarda dos acervos arqueológicos. No âmbito da conservação, foram elaborados e testados em campo e em laboratório protocolos de intervenção preventiva e curativa para distintos materiais. Dentre os materiais recuperados na escavação, os objetos metálicos, em especial os de ferro, estão entre aqueles mais suscetíveis à deterioração decorrente deste processo, em função da velocidade em que ocorrem os processos corrosivos e da complexidade destes. Neste contexto, o objetivo da presente pesquisa foi analisar, a partir de um estudo da interface entre Conservação e Arqueologia, de que forma os procedimentos de conservação realizados em campo e em laboratório nos artefatos em ferro contribuíram para a preservação dos acervos arqueológicos. Almejou-se verificar as intervenções que possibilitam a melhor conservação da cultura material de origem arqueológica e da informação associada, e difundir a necessidade de uma maior integração entre os especialistas das áreas relacionadas à salvaguarda do patrimônio arqueológico. Concluiu-se que as práticas de conservação auxiliam diretamente na preservação dos acervos arqueológicos, em suas instâncias material, documental e simbólica. O conservador vem se configurando, portanto, como mais um gestor destes bens, em uma atuação que, cada vez mais, se torna indispensável ao gerenciamento do patrimônio arqueológico.

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    Authors: Chiossi, Bruno Perea; Silva, Marina Jardim e;

    This article focuses on the development process of Conservation and Archaeology, highlighting some moments in which these fields approach and touch each other. The mid-nineteenth century was established as a starting point, when, in Rio de Janeiro, we identified the presence of these branches in the structures of imperial institutions. In the early 20th century, the former National Historic and Artistic Heritage Service (Sphan) was formed, today named the National Historic and Artistic Heritage Institute (Iphan), which considers the preservation of the national archaeological heritage - and consequently its conservation – as part of its mission. It was an important moment to understand the establishment of more robust legislation that was consummated with the enactment of Law nº 3.924/1961. Este artículo se centró en el proceso de desarrollo de la Conservación y la Arqueología, destacando algunos momentos en los que estos campos se acercan y tocan. Se estableció como punto de partida la mitad del siglo XIX, cuando, en Río de Janeiro, se identificó la presencia de estas ramas en las estructuras de las instituciones imperiales. Se constituye el antiguo Servicio del Patrimonio Histórico y Artístico Nacional (Sphan), hoy Instituto del Patrimonio Histórico y Artístico Nacional (Iphan), organismo creado a principios del siglo XX que considera la preservación del patrimonio arqueológico nacional -y en consecuencia su conservación.- como parte de su misión. Es un momento fundamental para que entendamos el establecimiento de una legislación más robusta que se consuma con la sanción de la Ley nº 3.924/1961. Este artigo debruçou-se sobre o processo de desenvolvimento da Conservação e da Arqueologia, destacando alguns momentos em que esses campos se aproximam e se tangenciam. Estabeleceu-se como ponto de partida meados do século XIX, quando, no Rio de Janeiro, identifica-se a presença desses ramos nas estruturas das instituições imperiais. Passa-se à formação do antigo Serviço do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional (Sphan), hoje Instituto do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional (Iphan), órgão criado no início do século XX que considera a preservação do patrimônio arqueológico nacional – e consequentemente sua conservação – como parte de sua missão. Trata-se de momento fundamental para entendermos o estabelecimento de uma legislação mais robusta que se consuma com a promulgação da Lei nº 3.924/1961.

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    Authors: Radicchi, Gerusa de Alkmim; Oliveira, Amanda Brabo de; Vieira Campos, Jéssica Catharine; Faria, Vitória Moisés;

    Conservation in the Laboratory of Antarctic Studies in Human Sciences at UFMG is divided into two groups of activities, those carried out in situ and those carried out in the laboratory. During the excavation fields in Antarctica, we apply curative and preventive interventions in order to mitigate the degradation factors that are active during excavation and the transfer to Brazil. After the arrival of the material excavated at LEACH, conservation activities continue through scientific documentation and storage. This article presents the development of conservation activities during the reception of archaeological material and discusses some theoretical and methodological principles related to decision making. Such measures are fundamental for the incorporation of the new collection in the laboratory. La Conservación en el Laboratorio de Estudios Antárticos en Ciencias Humanas de la UFMG se divide en dos grupos de actividades, las que se realizan in situ y las que se realizan en el laboratorio. Durante las campañas de excavación en la Antártida, aplicamos intervenciones curativas y preventivas con el fin de mitigar los factores de degradación que se encuentran activos durante el rescate y el traslado a Brasil. Una vez llegado el material excavado al LEACH, las actividades de conservación siguen por medio de la documentación científica y el acondicionamiento. Este trabajo presenta el desarrollo de las actividades de conservación durante la recepción del material arqueológico y discute algunos principios teóricos y metodológicos relacionados con la toma de decisión. Tales medidas son fundamentales para la incorporación de la nueva colección en el laboratorio. A conservação no Laboratório de Estudos Antárticos em Ciências Humanas da UFMG está dividida em dois grupos de atividades, as realizadas in situ e as realizadas no laboratório. Durante os campos de escavação na Antártica, aplicamos intervenções curativas e preventivas com o objetivo de mitigar os fatores de degradação atuantes durante o resgate e no traslado ao Brasil. Após a chegada do material escavado no LEACH, as atividades de conservação seguem por meio da documentação científica e do acondicionamento. Este artigo apresenta o desenvolvimento das atividades de conservação durante a recepção do material arqueológico e discute alguns princípios teóricos e metodológicos relacionados à tomada de decisão. Tais medidas são fundamentais para a incorporação do novo acervo no laboratório.

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    Authors: Vasconcelos, Mara Lúcia Carrett de;

    The current state of degradation of most archaeological collections has compromised the research and protection of this heritage. To respond to these problems, some initiatives that seek to modify the current practices of preservation of archaeological collections are emerging, as the fieldwork in the Charqueada Santa Barbara archaeological site ( Pelotas, RS, Brazil ), linked to the research project Pampa Negro: Arqueologia da Escravidão na Região Sul do Rio Grande do Sul (1780-1888), which has brought together a multidisciplinary team to talk about the praxis of each area and to think of appropriate solutions for the better management and protection of archaeological collections. In the context of the conservation, protocols for preventive and curative intervention of different types of materials were developed and tested in field and laboratory. Among the types of material recovered in the excavation, metal objects, especially iron, are those most susceptible to deterioration due to the process of recovery and to the speed at which the corrosive processes occur as well as the complexity of the products resulting from these. In this context, the aim of this study was to analyze, from a study of the interface between conservation and archeology, how the conservation procedures performed in the field and laboratory in the ferrous artifacts contributed to the preservation of archaeological collections. It was expected to verify which interventions enable a better conservation of archaeological origin and of the associated information material culture, and disseminate the need for greater integration between the experts related to the safeguard of the archaeological heritage areas. It was concluded that conservation practices directly assist in the preservation of archaeological collections in its material, documentary and symbolic aspects. Therefore, the conservator has become more of a manager of these collections, in a performance that, increasingly, is turning into an agent crucial to the management of the archaeological heritage. O estado atual de degradação de grande parte dos acervos arqueológicos tem comprometido as pesquisas e a salvaguarda destes bens. Destas problemáticas vêm surgindo iniciativas que buscam a modificação das práticas atuais de preservação dos acervos arqueológicos, como o trabalho de campo do sítio Charqueada Santa Bárbara (Pelotas, RS, Brasil), vinculado ao projeto O Pampa Negro: Arqueologia da Escravidão na Região Meridional do Rio Grande do Sul (1780-1888), que reuniu uma equipe multidisciplinar a fim de dialogar a respeito da práxis de cada área e pensar de forma conjunta soluções adequadas para um melhor gerenciamento e salvaguarda dos acervos arqueológicos. No âmbito da conservação, foram elaborados e testados em campo e em laboratório protocolos de intervenção preventiva e curativa para distintos materiais. Dentre os materiais recuperados na escavação, os objetos metálicos, em especial os de ferro, estão entre aqueles mais suscetíveis à deterioração decorrente deste processo, em função da velocidade em que ocorrem os processos corrosivos e da complexidade destes. Neste contexto, o objetivo da presente pesquisa foi analisar, a partir de um estudo da interface entre Conservação e Arqueologia, de que forma os procedimentos de conservação realizados em campo e em laboratório nos artefatos em ferro contribuíram para a preservação dos acervos arqueológicos. Almejou-se verificar as intervenções que possibilitam a melhor conservação da cultura material de origem arqueológica e da informação associada, e difundir a necessidade de uma maior integração entre os especialistas das áreas relacionadas à salvaguarda do patrimônio arqueológico. Concluiu-se que as práticas de conservação auxiliam diretamente na preservação dos acervos arqueológicos, em suas instâncias material, documental e simbólica. O conservador vem se configurando, portanto, como mais um gestor destes bens, em uma atuação que, cada vez mais, se torna indispensável ao gerenciamento do patrimônio arqueológico.

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    Authors: Chiossi, Bruno Perea; Silva, Marina Jardim e;

    This article focuses on the development process of Conservation and Archaeology, highlighting some moments in which these fields approach and touch each other. The mid-nineteenth century was established as a starting point, when, in Rio de Janeiro, we identified the presence of these branches in the structures of imperial institutions. In the early 20th century, the former National Historic and Artistic Heritage Service (Sphan) was formed, today named the National Historic and Artistic Heritage Institute (Iphan), which considers the preservation of the national archaeological heritage - and consequently its conservation – as part of its mission. It was an important moment to understand the establishment of more robust legislation that was consummated with the enactment of Law nº 3.924/1961. Este artículo se centró en el proceso de desarrollo de la Conservación y la Arqueología, destacando algunos momentos en los que estos campos se acercan y tocan. Se estableció como punto de partida la mitad del siglo XIX, cuando, en Río de Janeiro, se identificó la presencia de estas ramas en las estructuras de las instituciones imperiales. Se constituye el antiguo Servicio del Patrimonio Histórico y Artístico Nacional (Sphan), hoy Instituto del Patrimonio Histórico y Artístico Nacional (Iphan), organismo creado a principios del siglo XX que considera la preservación del patrimonio arqueológico nacional -y en consecuencia su conservación.- como parte de su misión. Es un momento fundamental para que entendamos el establecimiento de una legislación más robusta que se consuma con la sanción de la Ley nº 3.924/1961. Este artigo debruçou-se sobre o processo de desenvolvimento da Conservação e da Arqueologia, destacando alguns momentos em que esses campos se aproximam e se tangenciam. Estabeleceu-se como ponto de partida meados do século XIX, quando, no Rio de Janeiro, identifica-se a presença desses ramos nas estruturas das instituições imperiais. Passa-se à formação do antigo Serviço do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional (Sphan), hoje Instituto do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional (Iphan), órgão criado no início do século XX que considera a preservação do patrimônio arqueológico nacional – e consequentemente sua conservação – como parte de sua missão. Trata-se de momento fundamental para entendermos o estabelecimento de uma legislação mais robusta que se consuma com a promulgação da Lei nº 3.924/1961.

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