University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

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Documents from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

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Metadata

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About the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Founded in 1887, the Penn Museum has always been one of the world’s great archaeology and anthropology research museums, and the largest university museum in the United States. With roughly one million objects in its care, the Penn Museum encapsulates and illustrates the human story.

Image standards and specifications

Images from the Penn Museum collections were shot and processed by the Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text & Image. In general, The Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text & Image follows the NISO standards as articulated in A Framework for Building Good Digital Collections, 3rd Edition:

The following represents specific standards adopted by SCETI in their capture of digital images.

Image specifications

Imaging and processing equipment

Master images are captured at a resolution of at least 600 pixels per inch of the image subject. Once all of the images for a manuscript have been captured they are color-corrected, deskewed, and cropped.

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