Summary list of articles since 2005 (further details at Issues)







  • New changes of a journal in transformation
  • Identification of materials used in a wooden coffin lid covered with composite layers dating back to the Ptolemaic period in Egypt
  • Chemical, physical and mineralogical characterisation of the Hispano- Moresque tile collection from Lisbon Roman Theatre Museum
  • Technological and compositional study of the gold leaf from Baroque altarpieces – basis for a research methodology
  • The safeguarding and preservation of the Built Heritage in old urban centres: a reflection on traditional stone masonry buildings' structural rehabilitation
  • Insect damage in historic buildings of Colônia Murici - Southern Brazil,
  • Laces: a case study of preservation of the UFRGS Fashion and Textile Museum collection
  • I Colloquium "Investigations in Conservation of Heritage" DOI: 14568/cp27fm2
  • Materializing the intangible: the documentation of Luís Vaz 73 (1975), by Jorge Peixinho and Ernesto de Sousa DOI: 14568/cp2016042
  • Painting on copper: research on the materials and techniques used on ground layer according to historical treatises and analytical study of two paintings attributed to the Portuguese and Flemish schools DOI: 14568/cp2016040
  • Preparing the image: ground layers in Portuguese painting of 15th and 16th centuries - engraving and preparation DOI: 14568/cp2016032
  • Characterisation of 17th-18th centuries damask and gilt leathers by ATR-FTIR DOI: 14568/cp2017003
  • Imitated textiles in fresco painting of the 15th and 16th centuries in the North of Portugal - study of a pattern DOI: 14568/cp2016044
  • Risk analysis applied to the storage rooms of the Museu de Lisboa DOI: 14568/cp2016045
  • Methodological study about the chromatic reintegration of a set of tile panels DOI: 14568/cp2017004
  • A graphical documentation methodology for a contemporary artwork: Julio Resende's garden bench of the Parnaso building in Oporto DOI: 14568/cp2017006
  • An integrated safeguard project: preservation and communication strategies of altarpieces integrated in hermitages DOI: 14568/cp2016041


  • Achievements of the journal in 2017, DOI: 14568/cp26fm2
  • In situ evaluation of the behaviour of earth-based mortar renders with low additions of limes DOI: 14568/cp2016022
  • The reorganization of Pombal's Physics Museum of the University of Coimbra by Mário Augusto da Silva DOI: 14568/cp2017007
  • On the recipe for a varnish used by El Greco DOI: 14568/cp2016023
  • Scientific investigation by technical photography, OM, ESEM, XRF, XRD and FTIR of an ancient Egyptian polychrome wooden coffin DOI: 14568/cp2017008
  • Guidelines to handling the heritage management of the Salinas Grandes, province of La Pampa, Argentina DOI: 14568/cp2017010
  • The church of the Benedictine convent of Our Lady of Estrela in Lisbon: foundation, destruction and repair/reinvention of a heritage DOI: 14568/cp2017009
  • What is the meaning of some of the marks incised in the back of Old panel paintings? DOI: 14568/cp2017014
  • Comment on the editorial "On the importance of publishing in Heritage conservation DOI: 14568/cp2017040
  • On the importance of publishing in Heritage conservation DOI: 14568/cp25fm2
  • Cultural Heritage: Disaster Prevention, Response and Recovery DOI: 14568/cp25fm3
  • Conservation-Restoration paradigm shift after disaster: the Graphic Documents case study DOI: 14568/cp2016034
  • Simplified risk assessment of immovable cultural heritage assets DOI: 14568/cp2016030
  • Two historical disasters: the Great Fire of London and the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake - repercussions in the Artistic Heritage and attitudes of rehabilitation DOI: 14568/cp2016047
  • The José de Figueiredo Institute role on the recovery of paintings from the Gulbenkian collection after the 1967 flood at the Pombal Palace, in Oeiras DOI: 14568/cp2016024
  • Possible routes for Conservation and Restoration in the risk management of Built Heritage: public-private partnerships within R&D projects (Project STORM) DOI: 14568/cp2017005


  • The journal "Conservar Património" in an international publishing environment – about the indexing in the "Scopus" database DOI: 14568/cp24fm2
  • Preventive conservation and management: contribution to a new integrated model, based on the case study of National Archive Torre do Tombo, Portugal DOI: 14568/cp2015004
  • Applied microbiology: a tool for the conservation of Cultural Heritage DOI: 14568/cp2015007
  • Transmittance spectroscopy and transmitted multispectral imaging to map covered paints DOI: 14568/cp2015021
  • Between tradition and technological innovation: challenges to lime Heritage conservation DOI: 14568/cp2016005
  • Study of environmental conditions in the repositories of the National Archive of the Republic of Cuba DOI: 14568/cp2015019
  • Virtual historical reconstitution of the main altarpiece of the Espírito Santo Church, in Évora: application of web-based infographics to Cultural Heritage DOI: 14568/cp2015034
  • The formation of movable cultural property conservators-restorer in Brazil: memories and historical trajectory DOI: 14568/cp2015028
  • 3rd Portuguese-Brazilian Conference on Conservation and Restoration – thinking Conservation in its multiple aspects DOI: 14568/cp23fm2
  • A systematization of glaze spalling in azulejos DOI: 14568/cp2015043
  • Historical issues: the basis of Conservation Science and Conservator-Restorer training DOI: 14568/cp2015048
  • Bright lights: disclosures from the optical, spectroscopic and chromatographic characterization of a 19th century Portuguese sedan chair DOI: 14568/cp2016001
  • Chinese Opera in storage: packing costumes and accessories (case study) DOI: 14568/cp2015045
  • In-situ survey of decaying azulejos panels and the presence of salts DOI: 14568/cp2015040
  • A theoretical approach to the restoration of azulejos by re-firing DOI: 14568/cp2015044
  • Diagnosis of two textile pieces from Santarém Diocesan Museum: a multi-analytical approach DOI: 14568/cp2015023
  • Development of new approaches for the detection of yeast and bacteria thriving in mortars DOI: 14568/cp2015047
  • The theatre of ethics and memory: intervention problems in the "Triptych of Life of Christ", belonging to the church of Saint John, the Baptist, Tomar, attributed to the workshop of Quentin Metsys DOI: 14568/cp2015025
  • The Alexeïeff Collection in the Archives Françaises du Film: assessment methodology for a preventive conservation plan DOI: 14568/cp2015038
  • The Conservation and Restoration courses and the problems of curricular articulation: the case of the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar DOI: 14568/cp2015026
  • Preliminary studies of consolidation of wall paintings: synthesis and characterisation of nanolime DOI: 14568/cp2015046
  • Cultural Heritage and its survival: image, memory, archetype DOI: 14568/cp2015020
  • Biodeterioration of easel paintings: development of new mitigation strategies DOI: 14568/cp2015032
  • Conserving after the catastrophe. The case study of burnt documents of the Bocage Museum Historical Archive DOI: 14568/cp2015035
  • Preventive conservation applied to "Casa dos Patudos" oil painting collection DOI: 14568/cp2015022
  • Methodological process for chromatic reading of traditional architectural elements DOI: 14568/cp2015030
  • Lime kilns in Beja and associated activities: Beyond materials in the conservation of Cultural Heritage DOI: 14568/cp2015042


  • Foreword GILT-EnArt 2015 - Gilding Materials and Techniques in European Art DOI: 14568/cp22fm2
  • Gilding and painting: the artistic polyvalence of the gilders masters in Lisbon during the age of the baroque DOI: 14568/cp2015017
  • Typical conservation problems of polychrome wooden sculptures in Slovenia DOI: 14568/cp2015009
  • All that glitters is not gold: silver leaf gilding, another means to an end DOI: 14568/cp2015014
  • Gilding materials and techniques - comparison between altarpieces and their sculptures: a case study DOI: 14568/cp2015011
  • Gold and not so real gold in Medieval treatises DOI: 14568/cp2015018
  • Gilders and painters-gilders in the Golden Age of Évora DOI: 14568/cp2015016
  • Painting with gold: gilders in Northern Alentejo in the 17th and 18th centuries DOI: 14568/cp2015015
  • The morphology of old urban centres: architectural and constructive survey of Bairro Ribeirinho of Faro, Portugal DOI: 14568/cp2015002
  • Multispectral imaging system using 12 interference filters for mapping pigments DOI: 14568/cp2015005
  • The conservation-restoration profession/discipline: a recent science and its development in Portugal DOI: 14568/cp2014004
  • Practical notes on ultraviolet technical photography for art examination DOI: 14568/cp2015006


  • Editorial DOI: 14568/cp20fm2
  • Colorimetric evaluation of three adhesives used in the consolidation of contemporary matte paint after artificial ageing DOI: 14568/cp2014002
  • Technical photography for mural paintings: the newly discovered frescoes in Aci Sant'Antonio (Sicily, Italy) DOI: 14568/cp2015001
  • Application of energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry to polychrome terracotta sculptures from the Alcobaça Monastery, Portugal DOI: 14568/cp2014008
  • Chemical and mineralogical patterns, and luminescence dating of miniature terracotta high-reliefs DOI: 14568/cp2014009
  • Technical study of an eighteenth century clay Nativity scene DOI: 14568/cp2014011
  • Colorimetric measurements as control elements in wood conservation status DOI: 14568/cp2014014
  • The pulpits of the Church of Our Lady of Pena in Lisbon: an historical, stylistic and technical study DOI: 14568/cp2013009
  • Study of 59 paper fragments found on a 17th Century base of an ivory altar cross DOI: 14568/cp2014003
  • Conservation of documental collections: implementation of a risk management model in archives based on the case study of Portuguese National Archive Torre do Tombo DOI: 14568/cp2014006
  • Prehistory neglected: the hillfort of Souane (Cisterna, Vinhais, Portugal) and the patrimonial indolence DOI: 14568/cp2014007


  • Editorial DOI: 14568/cp18fm2
  • The "Promotion of Tropical Knowledge" program at the Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical: look into the past with future prospects DOI: 14568/cp2013005
  • Strategies and inspection processes for the assessment and diagnosis of built heritage DOI: 14568/cp2013007
  • Nineteenth century recipes for conservation of prints: "Restauração de quadros e gravuras", by Manuel de Macedo DOI: 14568/cp2013002
  • Restoration of the cathedral of Brasilia: challenges and conflicts of restoration of modern architecture DOI: 14568/cp2013004
  • Terminology associated with the conservation and restoration of painting DOI: 14568/cp2013010
  • Opening remarks DOI: 14568/cp17fm2
  • Editorial DOI: 14568/cp17fm3
  • Microbiological diversity in the Unfinished Sacristy building of the Convent of Christ, Tomar, and evaluation of its biocide-based control DOI: 14568/cp2012005
  • Architectonic and constructive characterisation of the old urban centre of Seixal, Portugal DOI: 14568/cp2012008
  • The main altarpiece of Our Lady of the Elms church in Torre de Juan Abad, Spain: technical study and condition state DOI: 14568/cp2012007
  • The imperial coach of D. Pedro II: DNA fungal identification in selected materials and its relation to biodeterioration and aerobiology DOI: 14568/cp2013003


  • The altarpiece of the Transit of the Soul of Saint Bernard of the Real Monastery of Saint Mary of Alcobaça: history, execution and conservation DOI: 14568/cp15-16_1
  • The restoration works of a captain in 1894 – The portraits of the viceroys of India (Archaeological Museum of Goa) and the artistic side of Gomes da Costa DOI: 14568/cp15-16_2
  • Aspects of the civil architecture of the nineteenth century in São Luís do Maranhão, Brazil DOI: 14568/cp15-16_3


  • Mounting of a group of Chinese scrolls from the Camilo Pessanha collection: an alternative solution DOI: 14568/cp13-14_1
  • The displacement of archaeological structures in Spain. Relocate to preserve, preserve to present DOI: 14568/cp13-14_2
  • Study on application methods of three adhesives used in the consolidation of contemporary paintings DOI: 14568/cp13-14_3
  • Conservation of a group of Chinese paintings and calligraphies from the Camilo Pessanha collection: an example of a "less oriental" approach DOI: 14568/cp13-14_4
  • Study and treatment of the painting "Gauguin (o casamento)", by Álvaro Lapa: cleaning problems found in contemporary paintings DOI: 14568/cp13-14_5


  • Interdisciplinary study of the panel painting depicting the "Pentecostes", attributed to Fernão Gomes DOI: 14568/cp12_1
  • Conservation and restoration of the panel "Saint Sebastian calling on the faith of the Christian captive brothers Marcus and Marcellianus" from the Museum of Angra do Heroísmo, Terceira Island, Azores DOI: 14568/cp12_2
  • Heritage Conservation: Strategic planning and opportunities. A reflexion based on the portuguese situation DOI: 14568/cp12_3
  • The Law n. 140/2009 as instrument for the safeguard of cultural heritage and the recognition of the role of the conservator-restorer in Portugal DOI: 14568/cp12_4
  • A Blue Schield to safeguard cultural heritage at risk DOI: 14568/cp12_5
  • Characterization of lacunae density in pictorial surfaces using GIS software DOI: 14568/cp11_1
  • The first radiographs of works of art in Portugal and the relationship between radiography, conservation and politics DOI: 14568/cp11_2
  • About authenticity of a finding: The case study of the "rock engraving" from Pedrógão Beach, Leiria, Portugal DOI: 14568/cp11_3
  • Evolution of the constructive adobe system in the Porcelain Industrial Unit of Vista Alegre (1937-1945) DOI: 14568/cp11_4
  • Assessment and Risk Management: Reflections on new conservative logic and role in the management models of organizations DOI: 14568/cp11_5


  • Editorial DOI: 14568/cp10_1
  • "Largo de São Mamede" and "Rua de Alconchel" Fountains, in Évora: methodological notes on their recovery and the unveiling, conservation and restoration of mural painting DOI: 14568/cp10_2
  • Colored limewash paintings in Alentejo (part 1): Pigments' identification and stratigraphic analysis (in 2004-2006) DOI: 14568/cp10_3
  • Interpreting chemistry and technology of lime binders and implementing it in the conservation field DOI: 14568/cp10-4
  • Pictorial layers in contemporary art: stabilization of an artwork made of chocolate and metal DOI: 14568/cp10_5
  • The conservation of the natural and cultural heritage ahead the climatic changes DOI: 14568/cp10_6
  • Editorial Colour 2008 - Bridging Science with Art DOI: 14568/cp9_1
  • Alteration of azurite into paratacamite at the St. Alessandro Church (Lasnigo, Italy) DOI: 14568/cp9_2
  • Sgraffito and colour in Alentejo DOI: 14568/cp9_3
  • Microbial biodeterioration diagnosis of the 16th century frescoes from the Casa de Fresco de Sanches Baena (Vila Viçosa, Portugal) DOI: 14568/cp9_4
  • Earth colours finishes in earthen architecture DOI: 14568/cp9_5
  • The colours of a 16th century panel painting, from the church of Pavia (Mora, Portugal), attributed to Francisco João DOI: 14568/cp9_6
  • Study of the red lacquer from a pair of Namban stirrups by Py-GC/MS DOI: 14568/cp9_7
  • Restoration of mobile heritage in Évora in the context of XVIth century: the Panos de Armar of D. Mariana de Castro DOI: 14568/cp9_8
  • Portugal in international organizations of Heritage Conservation DOI: 14568/cp9_9


  • Editorial HMC 08 - Historical Mortars Conference DOI: 14568/cp8_1
  • Earth mortars use on neolithic domestic structures. Some case studies in Alentejo, Portugal DOI: 14568/cp8_2
  • Conservation of old renderings - the consolidation of rendering with loss of cohesion DOI: 14568/cp8_3
  • Earth mortars and earth-lime renders DOI: 14568/cp8_4
  • From Vitruvius' ceramic powder additives to modern restoration DOI: 14568/cp8_5
  • Conservation of the historical render in the Church of Nossa Senhora da Assunção in Elvas DOI: 14568/cp8_6
  • Application and properties of pure lime façades - case study DOI: 14568/cp8_7
  • Evaluation of compatible mortars to repair 19th century natural cement cast stone from the French Rhône-Alpes region DOI: 14568/cp8_8
  • Specification and time required for the application of a lime-based render inside historic buildings DOI: 14568/cp8_9
  • Editorial HMC 08 - Historical Mortars Conference DOI: 14568/cp7_1
  • Natural cement and stone restoration of Bourges Cathedral (France) DOI: 14568/cp7_2
  • Development of lime based mortars for repairing glazed tile coatings of historic buildings in the city of Ovar, Portugal DOI: 14568/cp7_3
  • Study of materials and technology of ancient floor mosaics' substrate DOI: 14568/cp7_4
  • Reconstruction of the Chalet of the Countess of Edla: preliminary evaluation of the effects of fire in the architectural surfaces DOI: 14568/cp7_5
  • Methodology for diagnosis of rendering anomalies due to moisture in walls 14568/cp7_6
  • Cause of decay and intervention on external mortars of the S. Vittore Church - Stresa (Italy) DOI: 14568/cp7_7
  • Materials Considerations Regarding Rain Penetration in Historic Fired Clay Brick Masonry DOI: 14568/cp7_8


  • Supercritical carbon dioxide: the art of technology in art conservation DOI: 14568/cp6_1
  • Documenting for a better conservation: The use of consolidants and water repellents in conservation interventions of stone Portuguese monuments DOI: 14568/cp6_2
  • The materials and techniques used in a baroque sculpture representing Saint Dominic from the Museum of Santa Maria de Lamas DOI: 14568/cp6_3
  • Pollutant materials and pollution control at Cupertino de Miranda Foundation DOI: 14568/cp6_4
  • Pigments and dyes of the works of art in Portugal, in the beginning of the 17th century, according to the Filipe Nunes' treatise on painting DOI: 14568/cp6_5
  • ICOM-CC 15th Triennial Conference DOI: 14568/cp6_6
  • Terminology to characterize the conservation of tangible cultural heritage. Resolution approved by the ICOM-CC membership on the occasion of the 15th Triennial Conference, New Delhi, 22-26 September 2008 DOI: 14568/cp6_7
  • Erratum DOI: 14568/cp6bm1
  • Introduction Luciano Freire DOI: 14568/cp5fm1
  • The works of Luciano Freire by himself: Introductory note to the edition of one report by a painting restorer of the beginning of the 20th century DOI: 14568/cp5_2
  • "Elementos para um relatório acerca do tratamento da pintura antiga em Portugal segundo notas tomadas no período da execução desses trabalhos" DOI: 14568/cp5_3
  • In search for the original image: Luciano Freire and the theory and practice of painting restoration in Portugal circa 1900 DOI: 14568/cp5_4


  • The housing conditions and the materials of a collection of pastels from José Malhoa and their implication on its conservation condition DOI: 14568/cp3-4_1
  • Arising, developing and disappearing of the rammed earth technique in Brasil DOI: 14568/cp3-4_2
  • Solvent reactivation of adhesives in textile conservation: survey and comparison with heat reactivation DOI: 14568/cp3-4_3
  • Natural dyestuffs from Antiquity to modern days DOI: 14568/cp3-4_4
  • Renovation, overpainting, inpainting: strategies of the painter-restorer in Portugal, from the 16th to 19th century. Ideological reasons for the iconoclast and the iconofylic practices, or the concept of «utilitarian restoration» versus «scientific restoration» DOI: 14568/cp3-4_5
  • About the use and disuse of some terms related to the materials constituents of works of art DOI: 14568/cp3-4_6
  • On the interest and actuality of the university museums of Earth Sciences: the cases of Bensaúde and Décio Thadeu Museums of Instituto Superior Técnico DOI: 14568/cp3-4_7
  • Innovative tools for environmental and damage evaluation of objects in museums. Balance of the COST Action G8 Training School that took place in Malta DOI: 14568/cp3-4_8
  • Emergency planning – IFLA DISASTER. Preparedness and Planning DOI: 14568/cp3-4_9
  • La Conservation en trois Dimensions: Plan d'Urgence, Expositions, Numérisation, Paris, 8-10 March 2006 DOI: 14568/cp3-4_10


  • Oils, paintings and chemistry DOI: 14568/cp2_1
  • Microbial deterioration of gelatine emulsion photographs: isolation of contaminant microorganisms from three collections DOI: 14568/cp2_2
  • The method for the treatment of pastels of the Instituto Português de Conservação e Restauro DOI: 14568/cp2_3
  • Changing images: the panels of Saint Mary church, at Tavira, founded at the chapel of Saint Peter, and the problems raised by its restoration and scientific study DOI: 14568/cp2_4
  • Notes on the characterization of the porous structure of materials
    DOI: 14568/cp2_5
  • Reflection on the needs of the higher education of Conservation and Restoration in Portugal DOI: 14568/cp2_6
  • Course "Science in the Conservation of Archival Collections" ICCROM, Rio de Janeiro, 11-29 July 2005 DOI: 14568/cp2_7
  • Introduction to a journal DOI: 14568/cp1_1
  • Columbano's painting accordingly to its paintboxes DOI: 14568/cp1_2
  • Characterisation of mortars from the monumental complex of Viana do Alentejo castle DOI: 14568/cp1_3
  • Natural resins DOI: 14568/cp1_4
  • Ultrasonic misting in the treatment of works of art on paper DOI: 14568/cp1_5
  • Study and treatment of a chasuble from the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga DOI: 14568/cp1_6
  • Photographic Materials Conservation Group Meeting, 25 March 2004 DOI: 14568/cp1_7
  • Conference on Preservation and conservation issues related to digital printing and digital photography, 23-27 March 2003 DOI: 14568/cp1_8