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Dedication to Nemesis by T. Flavius Celsinus  

Carrier: Altar

Material: Limestone

Object description: The altar remains intact. The inscription is located in the cornice and middle part of the monument.
Finding conditions: Discovered in 1957 during the excaavtion of the ancient theatre, in the area of the proscenium. The works supervisor Oleg Dombrovskiy.

Keeping place: NPTC

Inventory number: 161/36507

Sizes (cm): 67/30

Letter height (cm): 2.5-3

Chronology: late second or the first thirty years of the third centry AD

Matirial author: Igor' Makarov

PTM Image of the object
PTMs (Polynomial Texture Maps) dynamically display the way light illuminates objects.

The information present in PTM images enables the PTM viewer to display the image using lighting models similar to those employed to illuminate virtual 3D-objects.

These models allow different properties of the illumination experience such as light direction, color, reflectivity, and the sharpness of highlights to be displayed together or separately.

The models also permit mathematical enhancement of illumination properties which can disclose surface characteristics impossible to capture with the naked eye or standard photography.

Viewer allows you to display PTMs using your Java-enabled web browser.

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