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Paper Through Time

Paper Through Time

A study of 1,578 papers from 14th to 19th Century, using non-destructive methods to analyse their components. Timothy Barrett and fellow researchers discovered that the oldest papers were often in the best condition, partly due to the high levels of gelatine and calcium present in them. The website also provides excellent details of the pre-industrial papermaking process. 

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