Dendrochronology: Tree Rings, Art, Archaeology

Lesson #06 of the “Current Topics in Heritage Science” Edition 2 is focused on the dendrochronological approach applied to cultural heritage. Dendrochronology, the science that studies the annual growth rings of trees, is now widely used to date old wood. It is also essential for environmental and climatological research.

Pascale Fraiture and Vincent Labbas together will deliver the 6th lecture of the 2nd edition of the “Current Topics in Heritage Science” on the topic: Dendrochronology: Tree Rings, Art, Archaeology on Thursday,March 28th, at 3.00 pm (CET). 

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