Fingerprints have been used as a tool for law enforcement since the days of ancient china, where handprints and footprints were lifted from crime scenes then matched against suspects in the hopes of discerning guilt. While these early methods of forensic analysis were a bit crude (though there is at least one historic report of…
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As well as evidence of beautiful paint strokes in the #encaustic used to model the face of the lady in this #mummyportrait , I also spotted a fingerprint left by the artist as he worked on the hair. A 2000 year-old fingerprint!
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