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date: 30 May 2020

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Presentation of the so-called Karnak Method, based on epigraphic copies made on a 1:1 scale using plastic film. The advantages, disadvantages, and evolution of the method all the way up to recent developments enabled by the vectorization of copies are presented, supported by examples from publications.

Keywords: Karnak Method, epigraphic copies, plastic film, vectorization of copies, epigraphy, copy, Egypt

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