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Fig. 2

From: Mapping diagenesis in archaeological human bones

Fig. 2

Distribution of Sr in six individuals: a D35, a modern woman 29 years old; b K1147, an archaeological female skeleton ca. 38–48 years from Ribe; c A85, an archaeological male skeleton ca. 35–70 years from Svendborg; d K1029, an archaeological female skeleton ca. 37–47 years from Ribe; e K1256, an archaeological male skeleton ca. 45–55 years from Ribe; and f AG134, an archaeological female skeleton ca. 38–48 years from Svendborg. Data are absolute-calibrated to µg g−1, shown in the insert as a colour scale. The scale bar is 200 µm. The beam size, and consequently the spatial resolution of the image is 10 µm

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