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Kevin J. Vaughn in laboratory
Purdue ID NumberPUF01138
UNS IDvaughn-peru
TitleKevin J. Vaughn in laboratory
DescriptionPurdue University Faculty. Kevin J. Vaughn, an assistant professor of anthropology at Purdue, holds a pottery fragment he discovered at an excavation site in Nasca, Peru. The piece of pottery is from about the 5th century A.D., which is the same time period as other artifacts he uncovered at Mina Primavera. Vaughn hypothesizes the mine was the source of some of the iron ore pigments used to produce the vibrant colors used on pottery.
Date of Original2008-01-24
SubjectsPurdue University--Faculty
Anthropology
Pottery
Genre (TGM)Digital photographs
Extent of Original1 photograph : digital, JPEG, color
OrientationLandscape
CreatorUmberger, David
RepositoryPurdue University Libraries, Karnes Archives and Special Collections
Typeimage
Formatjpeg
CollectionPurdue University Faculty
RightsCourtesy of University News Service
Capture DeviceNIKON D300
Resolution300 ppi
Color Depth24 bit
Color ManagementsRGB IEC61966-2.1
Binder NumberBD 2008
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