Long-term security measure, protective roof until/ during reconstruction works, San Salvatore a Campi, Perugia, Italy

Fig.33_protective roof

Covering rubble infill, protective tarpaulin of outer walls, San Salvatore a Campi, Perugia, Italy

Fig.43_Protective tarpaulin of outer walls

Rubble management result, façade with integrated original stones, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.40_Façade after reconstruction with integrated original stones

Rubble management result, allocation of stones from rubble within the façade, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.39_Façade with allocation of stones from rubble

Rubble management, labeling of stones within one geodetic grid field, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.35_labeling of stones within geodetic grid field

Rubble management, removal of rubble infill between stones within one geodetic grid field, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.44_removal of rubble infill, using a suction tube

Rubble management, storing sorted rubble stones in shelves, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.31_storing sorted rubble stones in shelves

Damage pattern of cuts in sandstone, with traces of knife sharpening, Market church, Goslar, Germany

Fig. 59, Catalogue of Damage

Damage pattern of inappropriate intervention, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche (War Memorial Church), Berlin, Germany

Fig. 64, Catalogue of Damage

Detail: Corinthian capital of a column of the former conch (Aleppo, Madrasa al-Hallawiyya)

Detail of capital

Mushabbak, Byzantine basilica, nave looking west

Mushabbak, Byzantine basilica, nave looking west

Mushabbak, Byzantine basilica, general view from southeast

Mushabbak, Byzantine basilica, general view from southeast

Mushabbak, Byzantine basilica, general view from south-west

Mushabbak, Byzantine basilica, general view from south-west

Cathedral of Our Lady of Tortosa, southern side, today Tartus-Museum

Cathedral of Our Lady of Tortosa, southern side, today Tartus-Museum

A view of the main facade, the Convent of Our Lady of Saydnaya

A view of the main facade, the Convent of Our Lady of Saydnaya

A side from Tartus Cathedral - Tartus Museum

A side from Tartus Cathedral – Tartus Museum

A view of the Convent of Our Lady of Saydnaya

A view of the Convent of Our Lady of Saydnaya

Ar-Rusafa, Decoration details on the inner facade of the North Gate

Ar-Rusafa, Decoration details on the inner facade of the North Gate

Monastery of St. Simeon Stylites, late 5th-early 6th c., Exterior of sanctuary of east basilica (apse from exterior)

Monastery of St. Simeon Stylites, late 5th-early 6th c., Exterior of sanctuary of east basilica (apse from exterior)

Windows above the western entrance of the Cathedral, today Tartus Museum

Windows above the western entrance of the Cathedral, today Tartus Museum

Courtyard looking north, Qalʿat Samʿan (Monastery of St Simeon Stylites)

Courtyard looking north, Qalʿat Samʿan (Monastery of St Simeon Stylites)

The monastery of Mar Taqla

The monastery of Mar Taqla

Monastery of St Simeon Stylites, the baptistery

Monastery of St Simeon Stylites, the baptistery

View of western facade of the Cathedral, today Tartus Museum

View of western facade of the Cathedral, today Tartus Museum

Example of measurement section plan D-D (of al-Madrasa al-Halawiyya), as CAD drawing, using total station survey

Measurement section plan drawing

Monastery of St Simeon Stylites, remains of the Column of Saint Simeon the Stylite

Monastery of St Simeon Stylites, remains of the Column of Saint Simeon the Stylite

Rubble management, measurement work of rubble field, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.11_measurement (survey) of rubble field

General view of the Convent of Our Lady of Saydnaya

General view of the Convent of Our Lady of Saydnaya

Mushabbak, Byzantine basilica, general view from northeast

Mushabbak, Byzantine basilica, general view from northeast

Interior view of Mar Taqla Monastery, Maʿlula

Interior view of Mar Taqla Monastery, Maʿlula