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Cat Arteries Quiz | Cat Arteries & Veins – Lab « Anatomy Andy – SI Sullivan:

This artery off the Aortic Arch is the Brachiocephalic, and will split to what are they? This artery picked up, is the Celiac Artery. What does it bring blood to? Where did it originate?

Monk holding Abba Garima II-III bound together in embossed silver covers, ca. 2000

Discoveries in the Ethiopian Desert - Monk holding Abba Garima II-III bound together in embossed silver covers, ca.

La conservazione del rotolo etiope di Claudia Benvestito | Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana

La conservazione del rotolo etiope di Claudia Benvestito | Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana

The Collapsible Book Cradle | The Preservation Lab Blog

The Collapsible Book Cradle

Drop spine box with interior cradle - Wiki

Drop spine box with interior cradle - Wiki

Last month, Senior Conservator Erin Hammeke shared her treatment of a caoutchouc binding, which incorporated a clamshell enclosure with integrated cradle. There are many items in the collection that can benefit from an enclosure like this (henceforth referred to simply as a “cradle box”): books which require a restricted opening to reduce the risk of further … Continue reading Cradle Boxing Day →

Last month, Senior Conservator Erin Hammeke shared her treatment of a caoutchouc binding, which incorporated a clamshell enclosure with integrated cradle. There are many items in the collection that can benefit from an enclosure like this (henceforth referred to simply as a “cradle box”): books which require a restricted opening to reduce the risk of further … Continue reading Cradle Boxing Day →

Late 18th century French Book Binding. November 6-10, 2017.The Georgia Archives, Morrow, Georgia. Very close to Atlanta. More information and how to apply.   ***** WORKSHOPS LATE EIGHTEENTH CE…

Late 18th century French Book Binding. November 6-10, 2017.The Georgia Archives, Morrow, Georgia. Very close to Atlanta. More information and how to apply. ***** WORKSHOPS LATE EIGHTEENTH CE…

A discussion of collapsible cradles recently reminded me of this, which I  made years and years ago. A simple adaption of the folding boxboard cradles  that were our standard for exhibition, this one is pieces of binder's board  with the right amount of space in the joints to fold, and a strip of linen  tape around the spine area to hold it in shape (for a stab-sewn book). The  drop-spine box was measured for the cradle collapsed around the book, so  they're stored together, and the cradle…

A discussion of collapsible cradles recently reminded me of this, which I made years and years ago. A simple adaption of the folding boxboard cradles that were our standard for exhibition, this one is pieces of binder's board with the right amount of space in the joints to fold, and a strip of linen tape around the spine area to hold it in shape (for a stab-sewn book). The drop-spine box was measured for the cradle collapsed around the book, so they're stored together, and the cradle…