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A Paint Spot Can Tell Us More Than You'd Think

News   Nov 23, 2020 | Original story from The University of Utah

 
A Paint Spot Can Tell Us More Than You'd Think

(A) "Portrait of a Bearded Man" (Walters Art Museum #32.6), dated c. 170-180 CE from Roman Imperial Egypt; (B) The portrait under ultraviolet light. The purple clavi on the shoulders appear pink-orange, indicated by an arrow. Credit: The Walters Art Museum.

 
 
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