Reprica is,  if Ancient heritage has  intense damage,  made to restore historical value as the original, and exactly the same size copy of it. Many important cultural assets as Museum and has been exhibited as a valuable historical documents. However, this technology was when excavations was excavated archaeological , the Excavationer think it was put on forward touch of many people, degradation terribly noticeable, Reprica was thought instead of marking as produced for the exhibition views. Its state was bad and so hard to see for ordinary people or worse even experts,  more easy-to-image, often made as a full body. Many of these had taking and processing plastic specimen types at easy. Dinosaur model is not whole remains  the bone  intact, It exhibits replicas is common. So hard, such as color retention especially such organisms they made as a sample model. Also, such as those in works of art including paintings duplicate research for the variety, and these are known as imitations or fakes. Afterwards with the transition of the era Repricas was made in modern craft or industrial products often exists so now. There is popular among enthusiasts including replicas of the sports car of popular models.

レプリカは古代の遺産や破損が激しいものでも歴史的価値として復元するためにオリジナルと全く同じサイズで作られたコピー物である。その多くは重要文化財として博物館に納められ貴重な歴史資料として展示されてきた。しかし、こうした技術は考古学発掘で出土した場合に人目に触れ劣化がひどく進むと考えられる場合にも、展示閲覧用に現品の代わりとして製作される場合や、状態が悪く一般の人も専門家もよりイメージしやすいように完全体として作られる場合も多い。これらの多くは型どりして加工のしやすい樹脂製標本が多い。恐竜の模型なども骨が完全な状態で残っていることが少ないためレプリカが展示されていることが一般的である。特に生物の肉片などは色彩など保存が難しいので標本模型として作られる。 また、美術品においては絵画などを研究のために模写したものなどさまざまあり、これらは贋作と呼ばれる。その後時代の変遷と共に近代において作られた工芸品や工業製品なども多く存在するようになった。スポーツカー人気車種のレプリカなどは愛好家の中でも根強い人気がある。

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