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Archer from the Aphaia Temple, Glyptothek Munich
(Version A)

Trojan archer (so-called Paris) from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, colour reconstruction, Variant A with additions of arms, head and parts of the legs (artificial marble, natural pigment according to the Price Method in tempera technique). Executed by: Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Olaf Herzog, Christoph Bergmann.

(Staatliche Antikensammlungen and Glyptothek, Munich)

UVF=Ultraviolet Fluorescence (Schott KV 418)
UVR=Ultraviolet Reflectography (Schott UG1 or Schott BG12)
VM=Visual Light Stereo Microscopy (10-50x, Zeiss & Olympus)
RL=Raking Light (Schott KL1500)
NLBW=Photography in visible light, black & white
NLCOLOR=Photography in visible light, full color
MPH=Macro Photography (via Microscope or Macro lenses)
UV-VIS=UV-VIS Absorption Spectroscopy

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(c) Renate Kühling, Glyptothek & Vinzenz Brinkmann, Polychromy Research Project





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