Archaeological processing

Archaeological work does not end at the completion of excavations. The on-site documentation is recorded and digitised into a relational database. Information is provided to the customer according to the local legislation, and it is uploaded to GIS, ArchaeoCAD and AutoCAD systems. We offer numerous services to assist our partners that the uncovered finds are conserved in an appropriate condition. It is important for us that archaeological achievements and discoveries are displayed for the profession as well as the general public in a quality and spectacular way.


Our restoration workshops

Our restorers have a high level of professional experience and are acknowledged in their profession. Objects, from ancient ceramics to folk household objects, are documented and restored according to the relevant protocols, or subjected to preservation treatment. The temperature and humidity prescribed for the storage of archaeological remains are maintained by modern equipment.

EOS 1000 LQS laser cleaner
Bego Easy Blast grit blaster
Bobcat ultrasound depurator
W&H micro motor sanders
Manual XRF equipment


We undertake the conservation and restoration works of finds and museum objects of archaeologic age:

ceramic cleaning and restoration: acid treatment, acid neutralisation, mechanical cleaning, vacuum-soaking, gluing, supplementation and retouching
cleaning and restoration of metal finds and household objects: mechanical and chemical cleaning, vacuum-preservation, passivation, gluing, supplementation and retouching
restoration of bone finds and household objects: cleaning, gluing and supplementation
restoration, material analysis and reconstruction of leather finds and household objects
conservation and restoration of wooden remains, wooden historical, folk objects and furniture: from synthetic resin injection to artefact furniture joinery works.
cleaning of anthropologic, animal and plant remains
restoration of glassware
documentation of restored materials: artefact photography, drawing, 3D scanning, digital reconstruction

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