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2,000-year-old Herculaneum Scrolls studied using UK’s Synchrotron, Diamond Light Source

October 4, 2019 - General

Researchers led by the renowned ancient artefacts decoder, Professor Brent Seales, will be using Diamond, the UK’s national synchrotron science facility in the heart of Oxfordshire, to examine a collection of world-famous ancient artefacts owned by the Institut de France.

One of the two Herculaneum scrolls from L’Institut de France being scanned at Diamond Light Source by the University
of Kentucky, Digital Restoration Initiative…

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