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Fig. 3

From: Multianalytical approach for the analysis of the Codices Millenarius Maior and Millenarius Minor in Kremsmuenster Abbey, Upper Austria

Fig. 3

(Computer Vision Lab (CVL), Vienna University of Technology, DI Fabian Hollaus)

Folio 168r of Codex Millenarius Maior (a) compared to folio 219v of Codex Millenarius Minor (b). The red ink used in Codex Maior (MP4) was identified as minium, whereas Codex Minor showed vermilion in MP4 and minium in MP5. The green ink in Codex Maior (MP5) was identified as a copper based ink by XRF. Due to high fluorescence interference no clear identification was possible with Raman spectrometry

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