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Archer from the Aphaia Temple, Glyptothek Munich (Drawing)

Trojan archer (so-called Paris) from the west pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina, drawing of the image visible when the object is lit from an oblique angle, pencil on paper.
Investigations by Vinzenz Brinkmann,
drawing by Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, 1985.

Applied methods:
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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