"Porphyries" from Russia and Sweden used in St Petersburg and Russian "porphyry" used in Paris: misuse of a geological term for some possible candidate as a Global Heritage Stone Resource

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The term "porphyry" has a specific geological meaning but has been used freely by sculptors and art historians to name many types of stone that are not, geologically, porphyries. "Porphyries" have been associated with nobility and Imperial Monuments since Roman times. This paper discusses some examples from Karelia in Russia and from Sweden used in St Petersberg and the use of Russian Shoksha "porphyry" in Paris, France. It highlights several types of stone that have been referred to as porphyries but are not. The Shoksha stone has been of architectural and artistic importance both nationally and internationally for some 300 years. This might qualify it as a candidate for Global Heritage Stone Resource status.
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Название основной публикации"Porphyries" from Russia and Sweden used in St Petersburg and Russian "porphyry" used in Paris: misuse of a geological term for some possible candidate as a Global Heritage Stone Resource
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Bulakh, A. (2015). "Porphyries" from Russia and Sweden used in St Petersburg and Russian "porphyry" used in Paris: misuse of a geological term for some possible candidate as a Global Heritage Stone Resource. В "Porphyries" from Russia and Sweden used in St Petersburg and Russian "porphyry" used in Paris: misuse of a geological term for some possible candidate as a Global Heritage Stone Resource
Bulakh, A. / "Porphyries" from Russia and Sweden used in St Petersburg and Russian "porphyry" used in Paris: misuse of a geological term for some possible candidate as a Global Heritage Stone Resource. "Porphyries" from Russia and Sweden used in St Petersburg and Russian "porphyry" used in Paris: misuse of a geological term for some possible candidate as a Global Heritage Stone Resource. 2015.
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Результат исследований: Публикации в книгах, отчётах, сборниках, трудах конференцийстатья в сборнике материалов конференциинаучная

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