M. Werlé's scientific contributions

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Résumé / Zusammenfassung Cet article est consacré à trois maisons médiévales de Strasbourg, sises en rive droite de l’Ill, dans la rue des Bouchers (n° 13 et 17) et dans la rue d’Austerlitz (n° 5). Elles ont deux points communs. Le premier est purement fortuit et circonstanciel : ces maisons ont fait l’objet, à l’occasion de travaux de réhabilitati...

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... Large amounts of historical timber, e.g., roof trusses, ceilings joists, buttresses and basement pillars, have survived under dry conditions in buildings that are in many cases still intact, enabling insights into the building history of the last millennium (e.g., Hollstein, 1980;Kuniholm and Striker, 1987;Crone and Fawcett, 1998;Büntgen et al., 2006b;Seiller et al., 2014;Bernabei et al., 2016). In particular, sacral buildings (e.g., churches), but also public and private secular architecture from medieval to modern periods are valuable data sources for dendroarchaeological studies (e.g., Hoffsummer, 2009;Seim et al., 2015;Domínguez-Delmás et al., 2017;Haneca and van Daalen, 2017;Christopoulou et al., 2020b). ...
... The dating of historical constructions is primarily initiated by departments of heritage conservation or heritage inventorization for the protection of architectural monuments or for their documentation in the context of renovation, restoration, re-use or demolition (Gomolka, 1992;Marshall et al., 2004;Harzenetter et al., 2016;Withalm, 2018). It is important for research on building history as well as for studies on urban and rural development (Schmidt et al., 2001;Eißing, 2015;Werlé, 2017;Vitas, 2020). ...