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City Archaeological Institute sent staff to participate in the 2nd National Water Culture Rehabilitation Training Course 2012-11-05

 

A few days ago, the second National Water Culture Relics Restoration Training Course hosted by the State Administration of Cultural Heritage was conducting a three-month on-the-spot internship at the Yangjiang Maritime Silk Road Museum in Guangdong. The training course is divided into two stages: theoretical study and on-site internship, for a total of 5 months. The first phase of theoretical study was successfully completed at the China Cultural Heritage Research Institute in Beijing from July 20 to September 28. After the assessment, a total of 16 students entered the second stage of study. Luo Peng of the Municipal Archaeological Institute is one of them. . In recent years, with the vigorous development of the underwater archaeology industry in our city, especially the exploration and excavation of the “Xiaobai Reef I” shipwreck in Xiangshan, a large amount of water is discharged from the water. Professional protection is urgently needed for the protection of cultural relics. In 2009, the Municipal Archaeological Institute has selected two underwater archaeological personnel to participate in the first training course on the restoration of cultural relics. By actively sending personnel to participate in the training course on water conservation and restoration of cultural relics, the archaeological team members of the Municipal Archaeological Institute were able to learn the latest knowledge of water preservation and restoration, and apply the knowledge they learned to the practice of cultural relics protection in the city to enhance their business. The practical skills of the personnel promote the development of the cultural relics protection and restoration business in the city. (Ningbo Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology)