The incorporation of new technologies into archaeological studies allows us to offer a new vision of the past, discovering and generating data that draw a new dimension and compression of objects related to the ancient world, launching us into a “MATRIX” universe where new codes need to be deciphered.
Objective: To know what the X-ray, RAMAN and Spectroradiometer analyses are used for when studying archaeological materials (ceramics, bone, stone, paint, metals, etc.). In this workshop different samples will be prepared that will be measured explaining how the instruments used work and how the results obtained are interpreted.
Sessions: 3 Duration: 30 minutes
Audience: Primary and youth
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