DatasetX-ray microtomography of early Iron Age glass beads

?titleX-ray microtomography of early Iron Age glass beads
?creatorNgan-Tillard, D.J.M (Dominique) (Researcher)
?contributorVerwaal, W (Wim) (Technician)
?date accepted2015-05-12
?date created2011-02-20 to 2014-09-30
?date published2015
?description
The data contain X-ray micro-computed tomography scans of two frothy glass beads found in an urn-field in Zutphen, the Netherlands. It contains the raw data and the interpretation. Also included is a short video (mp4 file) with an explanation and animation of the scans.
?formatThe .tar.gz compressed folders contain tiff images, Volume Graphics files and special tomography file formats. For more details see the the file "Micro-CT scans of Zutphen Early Iron age beads- meta data.pdf".
?languageen
?publisherTU Delft
?subjectArcheology ● glass ● Iron Age ● micro-CT scans ● ornaments
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?related publicationnew windowhet urnenveld van Leesten-Meijerink (report, 2012) [DANS]
?related publicationnew windowThe strange case of 60 frothy beads: puzzling Early Iron Age glass beads from the Netherlands (conference paper, 2012)
DATA
Data files - 4 files in 1 dirs, total size 43.4 GB (46557556091) - file extensions: .gz .mp4 .pdf
mime types: application/octet-stream, application/pdf, application/x-tar-gz, image/tiff, video/mp4
bead 1 and bead 2-v3.mp499.0 MB103759551
Micro-CT scans of Zutphen Early Iron age beads- meta data.pdf336 kB343740
ringen.tar.gz16.0 GB17160962442◄Large file. Download may take a long time.
small ring.tar.gz27.3 GB29292490358◄Large file. Download may take a long time.
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