Polysaccharide remains in Maya mural paintings: is it an evidence of the use of plant gums as binding medium of pigments and additive in the mortar?
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Polysaccharide remains in Maya mural paintings: is it an evidence of the use of plant gums as binding medium of pigments and additive in the mortar?

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Polysaccharide remains in Maya mural paintings: is it an evidence of the use of plant gums as binding medium of pigments and additive in the mortar?

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Guasch-Ferré, Núria; Prada Pérez, José Luis; Vázquez de Agredos Pascual, María Luisa; Osete Cortina, Laura; Doménech Carbó, María Teresa
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    Guasch-Ferré, Núria Prada Pérez, José Luis Vázquez de Agredos Pascual, María Luisa Osete Cortina, Laura Doménech Carbó, María Teresa 2020 Polysaccharide remains in Maya mural paintings: is it an evidence of the use of plant gums as binding medium of pigments and additive in the mortar? Science and Technology of Archaeological Research 1 21
https://doi.org/10.1080/20548923.2020.1720377

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