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|Elaboration of Tarquinia's frescos: Tomba dei Baccanti. Add the graph of vibration response of an object after a sonic impulse, often used to find cracks.|
|Designed by the Meeting Coordinator, after a digitalisation of real linen cloth, freeware but with citation|
|On the left the photo from Pinterest (by F. Dalla Gata, 2012) of original Frescos, dated 400bC, inside the Baccanti's Tomb.
Etruscans and greeks paint more on "human interactions": as this Kyliz painted by Triptolemos in 470 bC today at Getty Conservation.
See also the red-figures attic kyliz (480 bC) today at Florence, National Archaeological Museum, code no. 3921.
|After the restoration a photo of Tomba Fustigazione, from Sovrintendenza per i Beni Archeologici dell'Etruria Meridionale of the right corner of the tomb.|
|Rome University, La Sapienza
Mathematical, Physical, Natural Science Faculty
Rome, Italy, Europe
|CMA4CH, Application of Multivariate Analysis and Chemometrics to Environment and Cultural Heritage
→ in the even years of III millennium ←
|Laurea Degree Course of
Sciences Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation