Medieval religious paintings, painted by medieval women's religious texts, have been an ecological footprint of the unexpected discovery of strange and precious crystalline roles in women's paintings. male monk
According to a new scientific argument, according to a new scientific explanation, the woman was a painter, using a stylish blue color, while using her mouth and lips to make her a little brush.
"Robin's egg looks almost like it," said Christina Warinner of Archaeogenetics Department, Max Planck Institute of Science in Human History. He recalled when finding a blue toothpaste with a colleague, while others were looking at other aspects, such as diet and disease. The teeth are a group of 150 men and more in 1989, stone, which was restored in the monasteries of the medieval monastery in Germany, but was originally a community of women between AD 1000 and 2000. , probably with wealthy, educated, literate and religious women.
Later he underwent two plagues and the effects of battles, the ruin and dispersion of fire, even murder, women.
After consulting with a physicist, Warinner included two minerals that included lapis lazuli, a gemstone that was only part of the northern part of Afghanistan, and a classic example of luxurious luxury and luxury in medieval and Asia. He appreciated his rich blue colors and was often treated in an oversea-colored dye, used in hand-written prayer books in European monasteries.
Lapis lazuli crystals are kept in the blood of the female bowel, they store a "sticky biochemical bacterium" that forms a tooth and traps particles in any mouth to treat pollen from food starch. If it is not removed from modern dentistry, it will be graded in a plaque, the only part of the human body that fossils in life, said Warinner.
The alternative theory of painting was not the production of manuscripts, but the "generous emotional integrity of the lightweight books created by others," according to the new paper by Warinner and colleagues. In other words, though the book could have kissed, although this lesson was accepted, the authors conclude.
Extraordinary experiments and paintings will only be used
Lapis lazuli came to a north-western European religious community. It's a story of commerce and empire. Eastern gemstone traders, Egyptians Egyptians, such as Alexandria's Egyptians, and neighboring merchants, dumped the oversea dye in Europe.
This Mine, who was, "became a vast commercial network that expanded from the mines in Afghanistan to the Middle Medieval community through the metropolitan trade of Islamic and Byzantine Constantinople Egypt. The growth of the eleventh century in the European economy has thousands of thousands of merchandise for merchandise for caravans and ships to market thousands of creative, He demanded exquisite and exquisite pigments for the service of ambition, "said Michael McCormick, Harvard University's co-author.
If the traces of the bone marrow were detected, when the children between the ages of 45 and 60 died, there was no sign of traumatic illness or illness.
Waringen commented on the social context of the medieval German conventions when women were called by the anthropologist at the "top social scale", which could be sent to a community from this family.
He was also a painter of some of the abilities and authorities, which he had supplied with such valuable materials, as he usually commissioned the religious text he was painting.
"In the context of medieval art, the application of ultra-pure ultraviolet light to limited luxury and high-value books was limited, and extraordinary skills and painters would take care of their use," says the journal Science Advance Magazine.