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Investigation of Small Egyptian Mummies by 3D Computed Tomography

M. Rossi, F. Casali, D. Romani
Physics Department, University of Bologna and I.N.F.N.
Viale Berti Pichat 6/2, 40127 Bologna, Italy
D. Picchi
Archaeological Museum of Bologna
Via dei Musei 8, 40126 Bologna, Italy

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ABSTRACT

Small Egyptian Mummies of the Archaeological Museum of Bologna

CT SET-UP

RESULTS

CONCLUSIONS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

REFERENCES

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  3. Dend. X/1, 3-176; X/2, pl. 3-86; S.Cauville, Dendera. Les chapelles osiriennes, III (IFAO), Le Caire, 1997: I, pp. 14-28; II, pp. 1-81.
  4. F.Casali, M.Rossi, E.Querzola, M.Giacometti, P.Chirco, M.Zanarini, "Three Dimensional X-Ray Computed Tomography Applied to Cultural Heritages", "5th International Conference on Non-Destructive Testing, Microanalytical Methods and Environmental Evaluation for Study and Conservation of Works and Art", 24-28/9/1996, Budapest (Hungary).
  5. M.Rossi et al., "High resolution 3D Computed Tomography of small archaeological sculptures", 7th European Conference on Non-Destructive Testing, 26-29/5/1998, Copenhagen (Denmark).
  6. M.Rossi et.al. , "X-ray 3D Computed Tomography of Bronze Archaeological Samples", IEEE Transaction on Nuclear Science, Vol.46, No.4 August 1999, pp.897-903, The Institute of Electrical Engineers Inc., Piscataway, NJ (USA).

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