Maeshowe: The Application of RTI to Norse Runes

Nicole Smith, Nela Scholma-Mason, Julian D Richards, Gareth Beale, 2018

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Maeshowe: The Application of RTI to Norse Runes

The Maeshowe digital archive comprises the processed outputs and original source images from a series of Highlight-RTIs captured between the 21st-25th July 2016 in the Maeshowe chambered cairn in Stenness, Orkney. Each RTI file, accompanying assembly files, and the source images from which the final .ptm file is derived are stored in a single folder within the archive.