Artifact analysis within the external context can provide increasing amounts of information regarding the sophistication of the culture under investigation. Imaging modalities used in preexcavation field applications may not only provide practical information regarding the contents of tombs or other enclosed spaces but also assist in the subsequent excavation and conservation procedures by providing structural data associated with the tomb. Instrumentation selection and exposure variables are all critical to obtaining useful imaging data.

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