Journal of Cultural Heritage

(The TQCC of Journal of Cultural Heritage is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Machine learning techniques for structural health monitoring of heritage buildings: A state-of-the-art review and case studies91
Review of built heritage modelling: Integration of HBIM and other information techniques82
3D reconstruction and validation of historical background for immersive VR applications and games: The case study of the Forum of Augustus in Rome72
A multicriteria approach to identify the Highest and Best Use for historical buildings66
An integrated approach for assessing the vulnerability of World Heritage Sites to climate change impacts62
Virtual museums. Captured reality and 3D modeling58
Aerogel materials for heritage buildings: Materials, properties and case studies50
Scan to BIM for the digital management and representation in 3D GIS environment of cultural heritage site44
Flood risk assessment of cultural heritage at large spatial scales: Framework and application to mainland Portugal44
Implementation of ultra-light UAV systems for cultural heritage documentation42
BIM as a resource in heritage management: An application for the National Palace of Sintra, Portugal42
Heritage Impact Assessment, beyond an Assessment Tool: A comparative analysis of urban development impact on visual integrity in four UNESCO World Heritage Properties39
Genius loci as a meta-concept38
The application of state-of-the-art technologies to support artwork conservation: Literature review37
A review in using agar gels for cleaning art surfaces31
Deep learning-based weathering type recognition in historical stone monuments30
The restoration of severely damaged churches – Implications and opportunities on cultural heritage conservation, thermal comfort and energy efficiency29
Non-invasive reflection FTIR characterization of archaeological burnt bones: Reference database and case studies29
Determining the weathering classification of stone cultural heritage via the analytic hierarchy process and fuzzy inference system29
Pigments and glassy matrix of the 17th–18th century enamelled French watches: A non-invasive on-site Raman and pXRF study28
X-reality technologies for museums: a comparative evaluation based on presence and visitors experience through user studies28
On the acid-responsive release of benzotriazole from engineered mesoporous silica nanoparticles for corrosion protection of metal surfaces27
Bringing BIM to archaeological heritage: Interdisciplinary method/strategy and accuracy applied to a megalithic monument of the Copper Age27
Definition of a Risk Assessment Model within a European Interoperable Database Platform (EID) for Cultural Heritage27
Nano Ca(OH)2: A review on synthesis, properties and applications26
The use of -omics tools for assessing biodeterioration of cultural heritage: A review25
Virtual reality-based digitisation for endangered heritage sites: Theoretical framework and application25
Moisture monitoring of stone masonry: A comparison of microwave and radar on a granite wall and a sandstone tower25
Underground salt weathering of heritage stone: lithological and environmental constraints on the formation of sulfate efflorescences and crusts24
The active microbes and biochemical processes contributing to deterioration of Angkor sandstone monuments under the tropical climate in Cambodia – A review24
Successes and challenges in laser cleaning metal artefacts: A review24
Survey and literature study to provide insights on the application of 3D technologies in objects conservation and restoration23
Experimental studies on sacrificial layer in conservation of earthen sites23
Diammonium hydrogen phosphate (DAP) as a consolidant in carbonate stones: Impact of application methods on effectiveness23
Is the fungus Aspergillus a threat to cultural heritage?22
Modelling and numerical simulation of pedestrian flow evacuation from a multi-storey historical building in the event of fire applying safety engineering tools22
CulturalERICA: A conversational agent improving the exploration of European cultural heritage22
Risk Management Priority Assessment of heritage sites in China Based on Entropy Weight and TOPSIS21
Simultaneous non-destructive identification of multiple elastic and damping properties of spruce tonewood to improve grading21
A sticky rice paste preparation method for reinforcing earthen heritage sites21
Evaluation of efficiency of six biocides against microorganisms commonly found on Feilaifeng Limestone, China21
Two new indices for preventive conservation of the cultural heritage: Predicted risk of damage and heritage microclimate risk21
Understanding multispectral imaging of cultural heritage: Determining best practice in MSI analysis of historical artefacts21
Assessing the tourism attractiveness of World Heritage Sites: The case of Spain21
Old buildings need new ideas: Holistic integration of conservation-restoration process data using Heritage Building Information Modelling20
Comparative study of protective coatings for the conservation of Urban Art20
Automatic feature extraction and classification of Iberian ceramics based on deep convolutional networks20
“A methodological assessment of the importance of physical values in architectural conservation using Shannon entropy method”19
Microbial biodeterioration of cultural heritage and identification of the active agents over the last two decades19
Integrating expert feedback on the spot in a time-efficient explorative CT scanning workflow for cultural heritage objects19
Methodology for an HBIM workflow focused on the representation of construction systems of built heritage19
Assessing and mitigating vulnerability and fire risk in historic centres: A cost-benefit analysis18
Machine learning for rapid mapping of archaeological structures made of dry stones – Example of burial monuments from the Khirgisuur culture, Mongolia –18
An evaluation model for adaptive reuse of cultural heritage in accordance with 2030 SDGs and European Quality Principles18
Portable solution for high-resolution 3D and color texture on-site digitization of cultural heritage objects18
Learning feature representation of Iberian ceramics with automatic classification models17
Characterization and provenance of ceramic artifacts and local clays from Late Mycenaean Kastrouli (Greece) by means of p-XRF screening and statistical analysis17
Using CarcassonNet to automatically detect and trace hollow roads in LiDAR data from the Netherlands17
Evaluation of soft limestone degradation in the Sassi UNESCO site (Matera, Southern Italy): Loss of material measurement and classification17
Mineralogical and microstructural characterisation of rammed earth and earthen mortars from 12th century Paderne Castle17
Pattern identification and analysis for the traditional village using low altitude UAV-borne remote sensing: multifeatured geospatial data to support rural landscape investigation, documentation and m17
A comprehensive review on moth repellent finishing of woolen textiles16
Heritage significance and the identification of attributes to preserve in a sustainable refurbishment16
A new application of Fiber optics reflection spectroscopy (FORS): Identification of “bronze disease” induced corrosion products on ancient bronzes16
Non-invasive mapping methods for pigments analysis of Roman mural paintings16
Technological transfers in the Mediterranean on the verge of Romanization: Insights from the waterproofing renders of Nora (Sardinia, Italy)16
Weathering of materials at Notre-Dame from changes in air pollution and climate in Paris, 1325–209016
Information transfer between two heritage BIMs for reconstruction support and facility management: the case study of the Chalet of the Countess of Edla, Sintra, Portugal16
Artificial ageing by salt crystallization: test protocol and salt distribution patterns in lime-based rendering mortars16
Digital replica of cultural landscapes: An experimental reality-based workflow to create realistic, interactive open world experiences16
60 years of street art: A comparative study of the artists’ materials through spectroscopic and mass spectrometric approaches15
Advanced non-destructive techniques for the diagnosis of historic buildings: The Loka-Hteik-Pan temple in Bagan15
An object detection approach for detecting damages in heritage sites using 3-D point clouds and 2-D visual data15
Spatial risk assessment and the protection of cultural heritage in southern Tajikistan15
Stratigraphic analysis of historical wooden samples from ancient bowed string instruments by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy15
Advances in Raman spectroscopy for the non-destructive subsurface analysis of artworks: Micro-SORS14
Preserving cultural heritage: Shifting paradigms in the face of war, occupation, and identity14
Improvement of water resistance and thermal comfort of earth renders by cow dung: an ancestral practice of Burkina Faso14
Digital replication and reconstruction of mail armour14
The application of thymol-loaded chitosan nanoparticles to control the biodeterioration of cultural heritage sites14
Assessing the sustainable development of the historic urban landscape through local indicators. Lessons from a Mexican World Heritage City14
Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry characterization of wall mortars with principal component analysis: Phasing and ex situ versus in situ sampling14
Instrumental techniques in the analysis of natural red textile dyes14
Combined use of ultrasonic pulse velocity (UPV) testing and digital technologies: A model for long-term condition monitoring memorials in historic Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven14
Computational methods and rural cultural & natural heritage: A review14
The study of artistic bronzes by infrared thermography: A review14
Non-invasive study of natural dyes in textiles of the Qing Dynasty using fiber optic reflectance spectroscopy13
Consolidating efficacy of diammonium hydrogen phosphate on artificially aged and naturally weathered coarse-grained marble13
Evaluation of the efficiency of nanoparticles for increasing α-amylase enzyme activity for removing starch stain from paper artifacts13
A change in composition, a change in colour: The case of limestone sculptures from the Portuguese National Museum of Ancient Art13
SEM, FTIR and DSC Investigation of Collagen Hydrolysate Treated Degraded Leather13
Nanolime consolidation of the main building stone of the archaeological site of Volubilis (Morocco)13
The thermal conductivity of the masonry of handmade brick Cultural Heritage with respect to density and humidity13
Alkoxysilane-based sols for consolidation of carbonate stones: Proposal of methodology to support the design and development of new consolidants13
Analyses of microorganisms and metabolites diversity on historic photographs using innovative methods13
Bronze production in the Ancient Chengdu Plains: A diachronic metallurgical perspective on a separate cultural region13
Oxidative degradation of paper – A minireview13
Deep learning to detect built cultural heritage from satellite imagery. - Spatial distribution and size of vernacular houses in Sumba, Indonesia -13
Weathering detection of granite from three asynchronous historical quarries of Sabrosa municipally (North Portugal)12
Hydrogels: A ‘stepping stone’ towards new cleaning strategies for biodeteriorated surfaces12
The deep learning method applied to the detection and mapping of stone deterioration in open-air sanctuaries of the Hittite period in Anatolia12
Testing 1D and 2D single-sided NMR on Roman age waterlogged woods12
Lighting and visual experience of artworks: Results of a study campaign at the National Museum of San Matteo in Pisa, Italy12
Application of climate-based daylight simulation to assess lighting conditions of space and artworks in historical buildings: the case study of cetacean gallery of the Monumental Charterhouse of Calci12
Adaptability evaluation of historic buildings as an approach to propose adaptive reuse strategies based on complex adaptive system theory12
Evaluation of some wood-water relations and chemometric characteristics of recent oak and archaeological oak wood (Quercus robur) with archaeometric value12
Scanning electrochemical cell microscopy: A powerful method to study the intergranular corrosions of archaeological silver artifacts12
Using surface nuclear magnetic resonance and spontaneous potential to investigate the source of water seepage in the JinDeng Temple grottoes, China12
Are the blue daemons really blue? Multidisciplinary study for the colours characterization of the mural paintings inside the Blue Daemons Etruscan tomb12
Linked open data in authoring virtual exhibitions12
Morphological characterization of water-based nanolime dispersions11
Salt crystallization dynamics in indoor environments: Stone weathering in the Muñoz Chapel of the Cathedral of Santa María (Cuenca, central Spain)11
Preliminary study for the evaluation of a pulsed coaxial plasma gun for removal of iron rust stain from bone artifacts11
Mechanism and effect of alkoxysilanes on the restoration of decayed wood used in historic buildings11
Cultural heritage and sea level rise threat: risk assessment of coastal fortifications in the Canary Islands11
High-resolution 3-D GPR applied in the diagnostic of the detachment and cracks in pre-Hispanic mural paintings at “Templo Rojo”, Cacaxtla, Tlaxcala, Mexico11
Spectral damage model for lighting paper and silk in museum11
Characterisation of waterlogged archaeological wood from Nanhai No. 1 shipwreck by multidisciplinary diagnostic methods11
Increase of moisture content in Mogao Grottoes from artificial sources based on numerical simulations11
Deep eutectic solvent and agar: a new green gel to remove proteinaceous-based varnishes from paintings11
Moisture regime of historical sandstone masonry — A numerical study11
A non-invasive imaging approach for improved assessments on the construction and the condition of historical knotted-pile carpets11
The use of glass particles and its consequences in late 16th century oil painting: A Portuguese case based on the analytical results and the technical treatises11
Process orientation of the world heritage city management system11
Roman brick production technologies in Padua (Northern Italy) along the Late Antiquity and Medieval Times: Durable bricks on high humid environs11
Overview of fungal isolates on heritage collections of photographic materials and their biological potency11
Graphic vandalism: Multi-analytical evaluation of laser and chemical methods for the removal of spray paints11
Characterisation of lead carbonate white pigments submitted to AMS radiocarbon dating11
Superhydrophobic fluorinated oligomers as protective agents for outdoor stone artworks10
ART-RISK 3.0 a fuzzy—based platform that combine GIS and expert assessments for conservation strategies in cultural heritage10
Multi-analytical investigation of panel, pigments and varnish of The Martyirdom of St. Catherine by Gaudenzio Ferrari (16th century)10
Building a step by step result in archaeometry. Raw materials, provenance and production technology of Apulian Red Figure pottery10
Path intelligent optimization for dense crowd emergency evacuation in heritage buildings10
Alginate-biocide hydrogel for the removal of biofilms from calcareous stone artworks10
Experimental study of the hygromechanical behaviour of a historic painting on wooden panel : devices and measurement techniques10
Ravenna, its mosaics and the contribution of archaeometry. A systematic reassessment on literature data related to glass tesserae and new considerations10
Study of identification results of proteinous binding agents in Chinese painted cultural relics10
Normal cloud model theory-based comprehensive fuzzy assessment of wooden pagoda safety10
Cast a different iron: Grey and mottled cast iron production in early China10
The chemistry of making color in art10
An in-depth study on the agar gel effectiveness for built heritage cleaning10
Non-invasive spectroscopic methods for the identification of drawing materials used in XVIII century10
Use of gels for the cleaning of archaeological metals. Case study of silver-plated copper alloy coins10
A different view on (world) heritage. The need for multi-perspective data analyses in historical landscape studies: The example of Schokland (NL)10
Influence of the geometric model on the structural analysis of architectural heritage10
Ovalbumin as natural organic binder for stabilizing unfired earth bricks: Understanding vernacular techniques to inspire modern constructions9
How to create seismic risk scenarios in historic built environment using rapid data collection and managing9
Historical documents dating using multispectral imaging and ordinal classification9
Tentative determination of a special bronze material by multiple technological test on a xuan-liu dagger-axe from the Xujialing Site, the Eastern Zhou period, Henan Province, China9
Di-ammonium hydrogen phosphate for the consolidation of lime-based historic mortars – Preliminary research9
Structural investigation of Mnajdra megalithic monument in Malta9
Multispectral aerial imagery-based 3D digitisation, segmentation and annotation of large scale urban areas of significant cultural value9
Limits and perspectives of archaeometric analysis of archaeological metals: A focus on the electrochemistry for studying ancient bronze coins9
Applicability of eye trackers in marketing activities related to historical monuments. Comparison of experts’ predictions and visual reactions of non-professionals9
Application of nanocomposites for conservation of materials of cultural heritage9
An integrated diagnostic approach to Max Ernst's painting materials in his Attirement of the Bride9
Universal analytical method for characterization of yellow and related natural dyes in liturgical vestments from Krakow9
First spectroscopic analysis of lead glazes of Belgian tile panels9
Two centuries of painted plasters from the Lateran suburban villa (Rome): investigating supply routes and manufacturing of pigments9
Shades of black: Production technology of the black slip ware from Barikot, north-western Pakistan9
Resilience and sustainability assessment of cultural heritage and built environment: The Libertad pedestrian walkway in Valdivia, Chile9
Evidence for the catalytic properties of ultramarine pigment9
Characterization and compatibility assessment of commercial stone repair mortars9
Non-destructive detection of the efficiency of long-term weathered hydrophobic natural stones using single-sided NMR9
Glass in imitation of exotic marbles: An analytical investigation of 2nd century AD Roman sectilia from the Gorga collection9
Sinkholes threatening places of worship in the historic center of Naples9
Rethinking earthquake-related vulnerabilities of historic centres in Italy: Insights from the Tuscan area8
Insect pests of the Herbarium of the Palermo botanical garden and evaluation of semiochemicals for the control of the key pest Lasioderma serricorne F. (Coleoptera: Anobiidae)8
Predictive model of geographical origin discrimination of paper mulberry and handmade paper using ICP-AES/MS and multivariate statistical analysis8
A pipeline for the preparation of artefacts that provides annotations persistence8
Exploiting artificial intelligence for digitally enriched museum visits8
Hyphal morphology and substrate porosity -rather than melanization- drive penetration of black fungi into carbonate substrates8
Pigment identification on Campana reliefs from the Palatine Hill and Colosseum Valley in Rome8
A transport monitoring system for cultural relics protection based on blockchain and internet of things8
Craquelures and pictorial matter8
An analytical characterization of different gilding techniques on artworks from the Royal Palace (Caserta, Italy)8
Cultural landscape: Towards the design of a nocturnal lightscape8
Determination of weathered degree and mechanical properties of stone relics with ultrasonic CT: A case study of an ancient stone bridge in China8
Applications of energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence technique in metallic cultural heritage studies8
Assessment of the effects of projected climate change on the potential risk of wood decay in Korea8
A “Western” imported technology: An analytical study of the Achaemenid Egyptian blue objects8
Conservation of plasticized PVC artifacts in museums: Influence of wrapping materials8
Multi-hazard susceptibility assessment using analytic hierarchy process: the Derwent Valley Mills UNESCO World Heritage Site case study (United Kingdom)8
Influence of particle size distribution of pigments on depth profiling of murals using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy8
Determination of the technical suitability of shelters for archaeological sites using fuzzy logic8
Facial reconstruction of mummified remains of Christian Saint-Nicolosa Bursa8
Flood risk assessment of urban cultural heritage based on PSR conceptual model with game theory and cloud model – A case study of Nanjing8
Recession rate of carbonate rocks used in cultural heritage: Textural control assessed by accelerated ageing tests8
Understanding air-tight case environments at the National Museum of the American Indian (Smithsonian Institution) by SPME-GC-MS analysis8
Virtual unfolding of folded papyri8
Investigation on four centuripe vases (late 3rd-2nd cent. B.C.) by portable X-ray fluorescence and total reflectance-FTIR8
Notes on Vestorius’ Blue – New findings and investigations8