Archaeology

Carbon-14 dating explained

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Every living being has small amounts of C14 radiation. When we die this radiation will slowly disappear. And since we know the half-life of C14 we can measure when a certain person, animal or plant died. Illustration for a history school book.

 

Ancient Greek-Cypriot sanctuary

Ancient Greek-Cypriot sanctuary at Agia Irini, The Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities in Stockholm, Illustrator

Ancient Greek-Cypriot procession

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Illustration for  The Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities in Stockholm.

Late roman amphora

Late roman amphora, for the Swedish institue at Athens, ink on paper.

Map of Swedish archaeological excavations in Cyprus

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Map over Swedish archaeological excavations in Cyprus in 1920-30.

Greek statuette

Greek statuette, for the Swedish institute at Athens, ink on paper.

Greek figurine

Greek figurine, for the Swedish institute at Athens, ink on paper.

Ancient greek perfume bottles

Ancient Greek perfume bottles for the Swedish institute at Athens, ink on paper.

Greek bowl

Greek bowl with painting of Medusa, for the Swedish institute at Athens, ink on paper.

Greek terracotta mask

Greek terracotta mask for the Swedish institute at Athens, ink on paper.

Lamp, late roman

Roman lamp for the Swedish institute at Athens, ink on paper.

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