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Early royal iconography: A rock art panel from el-Hosh (Upper Egypt) KU Leuven
A rock art panel from the site of el-Hosh featuring two boats along with human depictions, including one with royal regalia, alongside a presumed captor with a Nubian captive, adds a further important example of early royal iconography in Egyptian rock art. This early royal representation stands alongside the well-known panels from Nag el-Hamdulab and a depiction from the Wadi Mahamid in Elkab as the earliest certain depictions of kingship in ...
Codicologia della Bibbia angioina KU Leuven
La Bibbia d' Angio. Il Manuscritto Maurits Sabbebibliotheek, MS 1. Saggi e Commenti KU Leuven
Comment volume created for the the full facsimile of the Bible of Anjou, Ms 1, Maurits Sabbe Library, MS 1.
Multi-task learning for dense prediction tasks: A survey KU Leuven
With the advent of deep learning, many dense prediction tasks, i.e., tasks that produce pixel-level predictions, have seen significant performance improvements. The typical approach is to learn these tasks in isolation, that is, a separate neural network is trained for each individual task. Yet, recent multi-task learning (MTL) techniques have shown promising results w.r.t. performance, computations and/or memory footprint, by jointly tackling ...
Art Technical Research on Manuscript Heritage with the White Light and Multispectral Portable Light Dome system (Multi Light Reflectance Imaging) KU Leuven
Double-headed Bird Creatures in Third Millennium Mesopotamian Iconography KU Leuven
Museum curator and university professor, archaeologist, art historian, and epicurean; Eric Gubel, whose field work mostly focused on the Levantine region, has always been exploring the horizons of the past in two directions: Mesopotamia in the east and the Mediterranean world to the west. No better person to dedicate a contribution to on the Mesopotamian double-headed bird creatures. The Museum of Art and History in Brussels and the University ...