Download the Case Study on the examination of archaeological grave goods

And discover how a desktop SEM was used to observe fiber and leather details
without damaging the samples

Within the KUR-Project “Conservation and restoration of mobile cultural assets,” a desktop scanning electron microscope has been successfully used in numerous analyses of the contents of the imperial and royal tombs in the Speyer Cathedral in Speyer, Germany.

Download the Case Study to discover how you can: 

  • Observe fiber and leather details without damaging your sample;
  • Observe surface cuts, morphology of edges and stitching in great detail;
  • Perform these types of examinations without doing additional sample preparation

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