Provenance (from the French provenir, "to come from"), is the chronology of the ownership, custody or location of a historical object. The term was originally mostly used in relation to works of art, but is now used in similar senses in a wide range of fields, including archaeology, paleontology, archives, manuscripts, printed books, and science and computing. The primary purpose of tracing the provenance of an object or entity is normally to provide contextual and circumstantial evidence for its original production or discovery, by establishing, as far as practicable, its later history, especially the sequences of its formal ownership, custody, and places of storage. The practice has a particular value in helping authenticate objects. Comparative techniques, expert opinions, and the resul

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  • Provenienz (von lat. provenire „herkommen“) bezeichnet allgemein die Herkunft einer Person oder Sache. Besondere Bedeutung hat der Begriff als Bezeichnung der Herkunft von Kunstwerken und Kulturgütern, ihrer Erforschung widmet sich die Provenienzforschung. Der Begriff ist auch als Herkunftsangabe von Waren geläufig, meist im Sinne einer Qualitätsangabe. (de)
  • Provenance (from the French provenir, "to come from"), is the chronology of the ownership, custody or location of a historical object. The term was originally mostly used in relation to works of art, but is now used in similar senses in a wide range of fields, including archaeology, paleontology, archives, manuscripts, printed books, and science and computing. The primary purpose of tracing the provenance of an object or entity is normally to provide contextual and circumstantial evidence for its original production or discovery, by establishing, as far as practicable, its later history, especially the sequences of its formal ownership, custody, and places of storage. The practice has a particular value in helping authenticate objects. Comparative techniques, expert opinions, and the results of scientific tests may also be used to these ends, but establishing provenance is essentially a matter of documentation. It has been argued that in archaeology (North American archaeology and anthropological archaeology throughout the world), when the US spelling provenience is used it has a related but subtly different sense to provenance. Archaeological researchers use provenience to refer to the three-dimensional location or find spot of an artifact or feature within an archaeological site, whereas provenance covers an object's complete documented history. Ideally, in modern excavations, the provenience or find spot is recorded (even videoed) with great precision, but in older cases only the general site or approximate area may be known, especially when an artifact was found outside a professional excavation and its specific position not recorded. Any given antiquity may therefore have both a provenience (where it was found) and a provenance (where it has been since it was found). In some cases, especially where there is an inscription, the provenance may include a history that predates its burial in the ground, as well as those relating to its history after rediscovery. (en)
  • La provenance (du verbe latin provenire) se réfère à la chronologie de la propriété ou de l'emplacement d'un objet historique, alors que l'origine est au premier abord le moment initial de l'apparition d'une chose. Le terme est utilisé la plupart du temps pour des œuvres d'art, mais il est maintenant utilisé dans des sens similaires dans un large éventail de domaines, y compris l'archéologie, la paléontologie, les sciences et l'informatique. (fr)
  • Provenance is onder andere een begrip op veilingen en staat voor de herkomst van een voorwerp of meer specifiek: de historie van eigendom en bezit van een voorwerp en de documenten en registraties die hierop betrekking hebben. Op verschillende gebieden kan de provenance van belang zijn. De provenance is dan een waarborg voor de authenticiteit en/of de kwaliteit van het voorwerp. (nl)
  • Провена́нс (фр. provenance — происхождение, источник) — история владения художественным произведением, предметом антиквариата, его происхождение.На художественных и антикварных рынках провенансом подтверждается подлинность предметов. Провенанс обычно приводится и в аукционных каталогах. Провенанс может значительно повысить цену художественного произведения, предмета антиквариата. Провенанс является одним из базисных понятий арт-банкинга (финансово-консультационное сопровождение инвестиций в искусство). (ru)
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  • Provenienz (von lat. provenire „herkommen“) bezeichnet allgemein die Herkunft einer Person oder Sache. Besondere Bedeutung hat der Begriff als Bezeichnung der Herkunft von Kunstwerken und Kulturgütern, ihrer Erforschung widmet sich die Provenienzforschung. Der Begriff ist auch als Herkunftsangabe von Waren geläufig, meist im Sinne einer Qualitätsangabe. (de)
  • Provenance is onder andere een begrip op veilingen en staat voor de herkomst van een voorwerp of meer specifiek: de historie van eigendom en bezit van een voorwerp en de documenten en registraties die hierop betrekking hebben. Op verschillende gebieden kan de provenance van belang zijn. De provenance is dan een waarborg voor de authenticiteit en/of de kwaliteit van het voorwerp. (nl)
  • Provenance (from the French provenir, "to come from"), is the chronology of the ownership, custody or location of a historical object. The term was originally mostly used in relation to works of art, but is now used in similar senses in a wide range of fields, including archaeology, paleontology, archives, manuscripts, printed books, and science and computing. The primary purpose of tracing the provenance of an object or entity is normally to provide contextual and circumstantial evidence for its original production or discovery, by establishing, as far as practicable, its later history, especially the sequences of its formal ownership, custody, and places of storage. The practice has a particular value in helping authenticate objects. Comparative techniques, expert opinions, and the resul (en)
  • La provenance (du verbe latin provenire) se réfère à la chronologie de la propriété ou de l'emplacement d'un objet historique, alors que l'origine est au premier abord le moment initial de l'apparition d'une chose.Le terme est utilisé la plupart du temps pour des œuvres d'art, mais il est maintenant utilisé dans des sens similaires dans un large éventail de domaines, y compris l'archéologie, la paléontologie, les sciences et l'informatique. (fr)
  • Провена́нс (фр. provenance — происхождение, источник) — история владения художественным произведением, предметом антиквариата, его происхождение.На художественных и антикварных рынках провенансом подтверждается подлинность предметов. Провенанс обычно приводится и в аукционных каталогах. Провенанс может значительно повысить цену художественного произведения, предмета антиквариата. (ru)
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  • Provenance (en)
  • Provenienz (de)
  • Provenance (fr)
  • Provenance (nl)
  • Провенанс (ru)
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