Digital Collections @ St. Lawrence University

Lacunae

Overview

Creator: 
Pitre, Mindy
Description: 
Lacunae are the first regions of archaeological bone to become contaminated by the biofilm. These small circular contaminated structures appear opaque. Left radius of a 4 – 6 year old child from the ancient site of Tell Leilan, Syria (2400 – 2200 BCE). Micrograph from thin section.
Date Original: 
2009
Language: 
English

Technical

Digitization Specifications: 
Image resized to 2000 pixels wide, 72 dpi and saved as JPEG (level 12) in Photoshop CS5.
Date Digital: 
September 7, 2012
Format: 
image/jpeg
Type: 
Image

Rights

Rights Management: 
Original materials may be protected by the Copyright Law of the United States (more information).