East of the Ghuta, rural houses in the Marj area

East of the Ghuta, rural houses in the Marj area

Damage pattern, depression due to repeated abrasion effect of feet, Pfarrkirche Tschars, South Tyrol, Italy

Fig. 61, Catalogue of Damage

Carved and ornamented masonry, 1st category remains, in portal of Ujkhan, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.18-b_securing fallen remains

Damage pattern, fire damage disintegration on limestone, Suq as-Sabun market lane, Aleppo, Syria

Fig. 31, Catalogue of Damage

Damage pattern, air pollution (acid rain) on sandstone, Cathedral of Bamberg, Germany

Fig. 29, Catalogue of Damage

Rubble management by volunteers, cleaning and securing of remains in al-ʿAdiliyya mosque, Aleppo

Fig.38_Volunteers during cleaning and securing of remains

Damage pattern, wind erosion, sandstone, ancient city columns; Petra, Jordan

Fig. 46, Catalogue of Damage

Damage pattern, biological colonization by plants, due to neglect, Havanna, Kuba

Fig. 57, Catalogue of Damage

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

Fig. 59, Catalogue of Damage

Damage/Condition pattern of patina on Neptunbrunnen, bronze sculpture with patina by stroke, Berlin, Germany

Fig. 60, Catalogue of Damage

Damage pattern, anthropogenic impact on sandstone, Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt

Fig. 62, Catalogue of Damage

Ablaq (bicolor) masonry, 2nd category remains, in portal of ʿUlabiyya Khan, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.19_Ablaq masonry, 2nd category

Damage pattern of inappropriate repair on sandstone with stone replacement mortar, Einbeck, Germany

Fig. 63, Catalogue of Damage

Damage pattern, use of incompatible material, sandstone with cement mortar joints, Cordoba, Spain

Fig. 63-b, Catalogue of Damage

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

Fig. 64, Catalogue of Damage

Damage pattern, alveolization of a porous limestone, Citadel, Malta, Victoria – Gozo

Fig. 44, Catalogue of Damage

Damage pattern, wind erosion, sandstone, Necropols; Petra, Jordan

Fig. 45, Catalogue of Damage

Damage pattern, hollow area, in plaster on sandstone, Franciscan monastery, Zeitz, Germany

Fig. 47, Catalogue of Damage

Damage pattern, multiple damages in building of the Mufti's residence, Aleppo

Fig. 06, Catalogue of Damage

Damage pattern, deposit/ soiling, at limestone, Lugano, Switzerland

Fig. 48, Catalogue of Damage

Carved and ornamented stones, 1st category remains, from portal of Ujkhan, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.18-c_Carved and ornamented stones

Fragment with wall painting, 1st category remains, from San Salvatore a Campi, Perugia, Italy

Fig.20_1st category

Damage pattern, crust on marble, sculpture, Schlossbrücke, Berlin, Germany

Fig. 50, Catalogue of Damage

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

Fig.33_protective roof

Rubble management, labelling rubble stones/ fragments of minaret by spraying, Great Umayyad Mosque, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.29_labelling rubble stones by spraying

Rubble management, removal of rubble stones, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.36_using a walking excavator to remove 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, showcase proposal drawing for sequence of operation in al-ʿAdiliyya mosque, Aleppo

Fig.34-b_sequence of operations for clearing

Rubble management, showcase proposal drawing for zoning of a rubble field in al-ʿAdiliyya mosque, Aleppo

Fig.34-a_zoning of a rubble field

Temporary storage of sorted stones, San Salvatore a Campi, Perugia, Italy

Fig.32-c_storage of sorted stones in a hall