A recent article by IWPR.com reveals the fate of Jugha Cemetery – one of the most famous medieval Christian cemeteries in Azerbaijan (a primarily Muslim nation between Iran and Russia which gained its independence from the Soviet Union in 1991).
Continued from part 2. Stoneangels: What are some of the larger projects you’re involved in? Kreilick: I’ve been asked to establish a conservation plan by the Hollywood Cemetery, in Richmond, Va. They’ve got some fabulous monuments–a wonderful pyramid to the Confederate dead–the Confederate soldiers who died at Gettysburg were re-interred there, two American presidents are […]
Continued from part 1. Stoneangels: You can’t use nails as a dating tool, can you? Kreilick: That’s right for a variety of reasons. Stoneangels: My father used to sell antique furniture he built using a bucket of actual antique cut nails he found somewhere…! Kreilick: Case in point! The Manassas house was to be restored […]
Scott Kreilick is CEO and president of Kreilick Conservation, LLC, of Oreland, PA, a company that specializes in architectural restoration, conservation, and preservation of architecture, sculpture, and other objects. I’ve known Scott for years, but hadn’t seen him in a while. I was in the office at Philadelphia ‘s Historic Laurel Hill Cemetery a few […]
When it comes to blood-chilling fear, being locked in a cemetery isn’t quite on par with being buried alive. Still, I’d guess most people would opt not to be locked in a cemetery, given the choice.