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    28th Meeting of Dyes in History and Archaeology
           Poznan, 21st to 24 th October 2009

                   DHA 28 PROGRAMME
                   WEDNESDAY, 21st OCTOBER 2009

18.00 – 20.00   REGISTRATION         AND    INFORMATION:        Main     entrance     of

19.00 – 21.00   WELCOME COCKTAIL: INF & MP
                Preparing THE POSTERS: Conference Hall - 1st floor INF&MP.

                   THURSDAY, 22nd OCTOBER 2008

08.30 – 10.00   REGISTRATION AND COFFEE : Reception at INF&MP
                Preparing THE POSTERS : Conference Hall - 1st floor INF&MP

10.00 – 11.00   WELCOMING SPEECHES : Conference Hall
                Director of INF&MP Grzegorz Spychalski
                Marshall of Wielkopolska Province
                Tribute to John Edmonds by Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer
                Tribute to Joseph Doumet by Dominique Cardon

Introduction to the programme: Maarten van Bommel

11.00 – 12.20     SESSION I
                  Chair: Maarten van Bommel

11.00   LC-DAD and LC-MS dye analysis on textiles       I. Petroviciu, I. Vanden Berghe,
        from Romanian collections                       I. Cretu, A. Medvedovici, F.
11.20   Dyestuff analysis of the 4th–7th- and 13th–     F. Khalilli, B. İbrahimov,
11.40   14th-century archaeological textiles from the   T. Yurdun, R. Karadag
        National Museum of History of Azerbaijan
11.40   The LC-ESI MS Study of Chasubles from the       K. Lech, M. Jarosz
12.00   Treasury of the Wawel Cathedral
12.00   Non-destructive Dye Analysis for the Fragment   Y. Sasakı, K. Sasakı
12.20   of Japanese Kimono

12.20 – 12.40     DISCUSSION session 1
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12.40 – 14.00      LUNCH and poster presentation

Openning of the exhibition: More than Polish cochineal Porphyropora
polonica - traditional natural dyes used in Poland.

14.00 – 15.00      SESSION II
                   Chair: Dominique Cardon

14.00    Analytical challenge and conservation: the case   I. Degano, M.P. Colombini
14.20    of the earlyrestoration of a medieval tapestry
14.20    Tyrian purple and other dyes identified in a      I. Karapanagiotis, L. Valianou
14.40    Byzantine textile
14.40    The Purples of Masada                             Z. C. Koren

15.00 – 15.15      DISCUSSION session II

15.15 – 15.40      COFFEE BREAK

15.40 – 17.20      SESSION III
                   Chair: Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer

4x20 min. (4 oral presentations)
15.40    True Purple in Ancient Egypt: An affordable       D. Cardon, W. Nowik, M.
16.00    luxury                                            Trojanowicz, R. Marcinowska,
                                                           K. Kusyk, H. Granger-Taylor.
16.00    Enigma of the Septuagenarian Murex                I. I. Ziderman
16.40    Hexaplex snail sex and the Purple pigment         I. Boesken Kanold, Z. C. Koren
17.00    The isolation of Shellfish Purple and             R. Haubrichs
         identification as 6,6′-dibromoindigo by Paul
17.20    Friedländer (Video).

17.20 – 17.35      DISCUSSION

Closure of the first day

20.00 – 23.00      GALA DINNER: “Brovaria” - Old Market Square
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                       FRIDAY, 23rd OCTOBER 2009

09.00 – 10.20      SESSION IV
                   Chair: Maria de Melo

4x20 min. (4 oral presentations)
9.00     An Asian-European Assemblage – Dyestuffs and       E. Oberhumer, M. R. van
9.20     Mordants on a Viennese Folding Screen,             Bommel, M. de Keijzer, S. de
         decorated with a Chinese Embroidery                Groot, R. Erlach, R. Hofmann-
                                                            de Keijzer
 9.20    Analysis of Early Synthetic Dyes with HPLC–        M. M. Sousa, M. Ballard, J.
 9.40    DAD–MS and FTIR                                    Giaccai, C. Grzywacz
 9.40    The colourful life of Adolf Lehne (1856–1930)      M. de Keijzer,R. Hofmann-de
10.00                                                       Keijzer
10.00    Lehne’s tables: An overview of 19th-century        M. van Bommel, M. de Keijzer,
10.20    synthetic dyes                                     K. van Duin

10.20 – 10.35      DISCUSSION session IV

10.35 – 11.00      COFFEE BREAK

11.00 – 12.20      SESSION V
                   Chair: Recep Karadag

4x20 min. (4 oral presentations)
11.00    Three medieval tinctorial plants – woad, madder,   B. Verhille
11.20    weld: their usage as medicinal plants since the
         Neolithic to the present times. The case of woad
11.20    A Leeds Archive Rediscovered and the Orchil        I. Whitworth
11.40    Trail to Ecuador
11.40    Polish cochineal Porphyophora polonica L. ––       K. Schmidt-Przewoźna, W.
12.00    traditional natural dyestuff used in               Przewoźny
         Wielkopolska Province.
12.00    Is Red Truly the Colour of Love ? Colours’         J. Minksztym
12.20    Functions in Polish Folk Attire.

12.20 – 12.35      DISCUSSION session V

12.35 – 14:00      LUNCH and poster presentation

14.00 – 15.00      SESSION VI
                   Chair: Grzegorz Spychalski

3x20 min. (3 oral presentations)
14.00    A research on wool yarn resistance in Anatolian    M. Akan, Z. Erdoğan
14.20    natural dyeing
14.20    Application of nanolignin for improvement of       M. Zimniewska, J. Batog,
14.40    UV barrier properties of naturally dyed fabrics    K. Schmidt-Przewoźna,
                                                            E. Bogacz
14.40    Dyeing the Silk Texture with Some Colour           Z. Tezel, H. Sinem Şanlı
15.00    Plants and Comparing the Light fastness and
         Breaking Resistance of the Acquired Colours

15.00 – 15.15      DISCUSSION session VI

15.15 – 15.45      COFFEE BREAK
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15.45 – 17.05          SESSION VII
                       Chair: Jo Kirby

15.45       Striped mittens of the Lady of Eura – a                K. Vajanto
16.05       reconstruction of Viking Age nalbinding

16.05       Dyes and pigment lakes in medieval Portuguese          M. J. Melo, C. Miguel, V.
16.25       illuminations                                          Risdonne
16.25       Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS)             C. Domingo, Z. Jurasekova,
16.45       applied to the detection of organic pigments and       E. del Puerto, J.V. García-
            dyes in Cultural Heritage objects                      Ramos, S. Sánchez-Cortés
16.45       PY-CGC/MS – A new method for analyzing                 L. Puchinger, F. Sauter, A.
17.05       organic dyestuffs                                      Gössl

17.05 – 17.25          DISCUSSION

CLOSING SESSION: 17.25 – 17.40

19.00-21.00            Visiting National Museum in Poznań


1.      CHARISMA: Cultural Heritage Advanced           M. van Bommel,
        Research Infrastructures: Synergy for a        I. Joosten, A. de Tagle
        Multidisciplinary Approach to conservation
        / restoration CHARISMA: Cultural Heritage
        Advanced Research Infrastructures:
        Synergy for a Multidisciplinary Approach to
        conservation/ restoration
2.      Dyestuff analysis of the XVIth and XIXth       G. Abdulova, T. Yurdun,
        Centuries ethnographic silk textiles from      R. Karadag
        the National Museum of History of
3.      Problems Raised by the Chromatic               I.L. Ilea
        Integration in the Restoration of
        Ethnographic Carpets
4.      Formation, HPLC analysis and colour            R. Karadag, E. Cücen, T. Yurdun
        measurement of the natural pigment
        obtained from weld ( Reseda luteola)
5.      Clothing and Identities. New perspectives      I. Vanden Berghe,
        on Textiles from the Roman Empire              M. van Strydonck
6.      Investigation of dyes used in textiles of      D. Mantzouris,
        Mount Athos                                    I.Karapanagiotis
7.      Carminic acid pigments from Cochineal          E. Dolen, S. Karabulut
8       Joshua Wardle's "raven blacks" dyed on         P.A. Sykas
        silk in the mid-1800s.
9.      Characterization of natural dyes from the      E. Sanz, A. Arteaga,
        reference collection of American dyestuff of   M.A. García, C. Cámara
        the Spanish Cultural Heritage Institute
10.     Traditional Greendyeing in Switzerland. A      Anne Rickenbach
        Retrospective View: Verena Zortea’s Life
        and Work from “Oetzi” to “Cycle of the Year
11.     Colour and motif used in felt textures         N. Kayabaşı, N. Ülger, B. Er
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12.   Painted pottery of Azerbaijan in the              J. Eminli
      Hellenic period
13.   Colour and paints used in Kutahya tiles           N. Kayabaşı, B. Er, S.Kara
14.   "Results of Optimisation Studies for              L. Puchinger, F. Sauter, A. Gössl
      Madder Dyeing".
15.   Natural Resources used by Church                  J. Mellors, A. Parsons
      in Northern Ethiopia, 2007
16.   Dyeing of Silk Yarns with Important Some          H. Sinem ŞANLI, N. Kayabaşı,
      Dye Plants in Turkey                              F. Söylemezoğlu
17.   Dyeing, fastness and uv protection                R. Mongkholrattanasit,
      properties of natural Dye                         J. Kryštůfek, J. Wiener
18.   Identification of flavonoids in aerial parts of   T. Yurdun. R. Karadag
      Weld (Reseda luteola) extract, dyed silk and
      colour measurement
19.   The influence of different natural dyes on        L.Kučerová, M. Škrdlantová
      the degradation of the cellulose textile
20.   An extensive study of the effect of the           E. A Harby, N Fragiskos, Kolisis
      enzyme protease that used in textile
      conservation on cotton fabric dyed with
      tumeric dye, madder dye.
21.   CHARISMA, Joint research activity: From           M. van Bommel, M. Groot Wassink, S.
      botanical source to analytical result.            de Groot, Art Néss Proano Giabor, J.
                                                        Kirby, D. Peggie, S. Sotiropoulou, I.
                                                        Karapanagiotis, C.Miliani, C. Clementi,
                                                        I.vanden Berghe, H. Stege
22.   TANCY Tanacetum vulgare as a source of            R. Räisänen, S.Hynninen
      dye and drug
23.   Dye plants in phytotherapy                        E. Bilińska, W.Buchwald, J.Kozłowski,
24.   Revitalization of natural dyeing plants in        K. Schmidt-Przewozna, J.Kowaliński,
      INF&MP plantations.                               G.Oleszak, J. Jakimcio-Turowski
25.   Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts                 Carla Funk
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                    Saturday, 24th OCTOBER 2009
10.00 – 19.00     Study Tour Wielkopolska Wielkopolska Province
            Rogalin Palace, Gołuchow Castle, Museum of Forest, dinner in Castle
            Stables, Bizons and Polish Horses, Gołuchow Arboretum.

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