3 years ago

Historical mystery solved: A multi-analytical approach to the identification of a key marker for the historical use of brazilwood (Caesalpinia spp.) in paintings and textiles

David Peggie, Wim Genuit, Jo Kirby, Jennifer Poulin, Alison N Hulme, Alessio De Simone, Julija Romanuka, David F Wills
Dyes derived from brazilwood (Caesalpinia spp.) are known to have been used in a diverse range of objects, from Medieval European textiles to North American First Nations objects, while pigments...

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/AY/~3/kX89mLng2bk/C7AY02626A

DOI: 2018/AY/C7AY02626A

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