Eurydice at The Victoria & Albert Museum

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200-400 AD. Some Roman portrait medallions were made as pendants, but most were set in to the base of bowls and dishes commemorating a social occasion. The discs were later broken out of the dishes to be re-used as grave markers. More from the Fuji X100S www.flickr.com/photos/kendavies/sets/72157633171675942
Image Name: victoria-and-albert-museum_2013-05-05_16-54-06
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Index PageMuseums..Victoria and Albert
Date2013-05-05 16:54:06
DescriptionMore from the Fuji X100S www.flickr.com/photos/kendavies/sets/72157633171675942
CountyLondon
CountryUnited Kingdom
CopyrightCopyright 2013 Kenvyn & Debbie Davies
Tags 2013 Capital City City England Exhibits Fujifilm Fujifilm X100S Indoors Kensington London Marble Museum Exhibit Sculpture Statue Victoria & Albert Museum
CameraFuji X100S
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Focal Length23mm
Focal Length (35mm)35mm
Shutter Speed1/70
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ISO Speed200

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