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Hunting Frieze, Philipp's Tomb, Vergina

Within the framework of a cooperation project carried out by the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, the Aristoteles University, Thessaloniki (Chr. Saatsoglou-Paliadeli) and the Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen, a partial, computer-aided reconstruction of the hunting frieze on the tomb of Philip II at Vergina was carried out.

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)
[DSLR Panoramastitching]

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