Destruição da arte tumular por um preço vil / Destruction of tomb art for a vile price

Arquivos Médicos dos Hospitais e da Faculdade de Ciências Médicas da Santa Casa de São Paulo

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Title Destruição da arte tumular por um preço vil / Destruction of tomb art for a vile price
 
Creator Leme, Pedro Luiz Squilacci
 
Description A arte tumular ou funerária representa o respeito dado a um indivíduo dentro do contexto histórico; acompanhada de grande carga emotiva, deve ser preservada para que este legado afetivo seja reverenciado.  O bronze é uma liga metálica composta basicamente de cobre e estanho, contendo ainda outros elementos químicos, fusão que aumenta a resistência do cobre sem alterar sua capacidade de deformação, permitindo a realização de obras de arte. Infelizmente, o cobre presente em artefatos de bronze, desperta a ganância de vândalos, que por alguns trocados destroem a memória de pessoas ilustres e queridas, um quadro revoltante pelo descaso dos responsáveis pela preservação do patrimônio cultural abrigado nos cemitérios. Tanto as placas de bronze, vasos e portas dos jazigos levadas de vários cemitérios estão sendo substituídas por desgraciosas peças de granito, sem valor comercial, porém padronizadas, acabando com as referências que individualizam cada jazigo, denegrindo a memória dos que ali repousam.
 
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Tomb or funerary art stands for the respect given to an individual within the historical context; coupled with a great emotional burden, it must be preserved so that this affective legacy is revered. Bronze is a metallic alloy basically composed of copper and tin, also containing some other chemical elements, and producing a fusion that increases the resistance of copper without altering its deformation capacity which allows the creation of art work. Unfortunately, the copper present in bronze artifacts awakens the greed of vandals who, for a few pennies, destroy the memory of distinguished and beloved people. This is a revolting consequence caused by the negligence of those responsible for preserving the cultural heritage housed in cemeteries. Either the bronze plates or vases and tomb doors taken from various cemeteries are being replaced by clumsy pieces of granite, with no commercial value, but standardized, putting an end to the references that individualize each tomb and disparaging the memory of those who rest there.
Tomb or funerary art stands for the respect given to an individual within the historical context; coupled with a great emotional burden, it must be preserved so that this affective legacy is revered.
Bronze is a metallic alloy basically composed of copper and tin, also containing some other chemical elements, and producing a fusion that increases the resistance of copper without altering its deformation capacity which allows the creation of art work.
Unfortunately, the copper present in bronze artifacts awakens the greed of vandals who, for a few pennies, destroy the memory of distinguished and beloved people. This is a revolting consequence caused by the negligence of those responsible for preserving the cultural heritage housed in cemeteries.
Either the bronze plates or vases and tomb doors taken from various cemeteries are being replaced by clumsy pieces of granite, with no commercial value, but standardized, putting an end to the references that individualize each tomb and disparaging the memory of those who rest there.
 
Publisher Faculdade de Ciências Médicas da Santa Casa de São Paulo
 
Date 2021-11-18
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
application/pdf
 
Identifier http://arquivosmedicos.fcmsantacasasp.edu.br/index.php/AMSCSP/article/view/801
 
Source Arquivos Médicos dos Hospitais e da Faculdade de Ciências Médicas da Santa Casa de São Paulo; v. 66 (2021): Jan/Dez; 1 of 2
1809-3019
0101-6067
 
Language por
 
Relation http://arquivosmedicos.fcmsantacasasp.edu.br/index.php/AMSCSP/article/view/801/1078
http://arquivosmedicos.fcmsantacasasp.edu.br/index.php/AMSCSP/article/view/801/1080
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Pedro Luiz Squilacci Leme
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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