Paul D. Lynn
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Research Contributions: Dr. Lynn has completed relevant research contributions in the areas of: cartonnage materials science testing, pigment analysis and reconstruction, conservation collections analysis, as well as significant research and documentation in the area of Greco-Roman period Coptic funerary iconometry.
Lynn is an active Egyptologist advocating current international restitution policies and guidelines regarding returning objects of significant artistic and historic value to their countries of origin. He also espouses current trends in the conservation of historically significant objects and sites which attempt to leave culturally sensitive artifacts undisturbed when possible and to utilize all forms of non-destructive testing wherever practical.
- Trinity College Archives, Dublin 1985
- Namgyal Institute 1993-96
- "The Barthwell Collection", Baron-Forness Archives 1986
- Mellon Pre-Doctoral Fellow; "Objects of Ancient Origin: Selected Infant Sarcophogai", EUP, 1987, 34pgs.
- "Late Egyptian/Early Coptic Funerary Iconometrics" U of P, 1999
- UNESCO Guidelines 1970