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Vol3.2

This study is the first attempt to ethnographically assess the influences of supermalls on cultural change. It takes a first step toward enhancing our understanding of the influences of globalization and consumer culture as drivers of the social and cultural changes to Qatar’s traditional society, to similar cultural configurations in the Middle East, and to global cultural diversity. This study found that there are changes in the patterns of behavior…
The historical structures and their heritages have been measured for documentation, touristic information and three-dimesional (3D) visualization on virtual museum. Many of the historical structures have complex details and difficult conditions to measureing of their all details. The proper measurement method should be selected for fast, lowcost and high accuracy 3D modelling of a great number of historical heritages. The image based methods of photogrammetry and dense point cloud are…
Polysiloxane materials have been used in conservation and protection of stone monuments and other outdoor objects of the cultural heritage for decades. Enhancing the inherent hydrophobic character of the siloxane materials is highly desirable as it can promote their protection efficacy against the degradation effects which are induced by rain water and/or humidity. We show that mixing a solution of a polysiloxane material with a small amount (1% w/w) of…
In this paper we statistically analyze, and interpret anthropoid Phoenician sarcophagi found on the Syrian coast (archaeological site of Amrīt), from an archaeological perspective. All sarcophagi (11 complete and 8 damaged) under the study are dated between the fifth and fourth centuries BCE. We must highlight how previous scholars established periods of use as well as the influence of these funeral artifacts, viewing them purely as works of art. The…

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