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Dun Carloway (Lewis) is the best-preserved broch in the Western Isles,
and one of the finest in Scotland.

The Castle’s Lord

Reto Kromer was born in 1963 and is not dead yet. Having graduated in mathematics and computer science, he became involved in audio-visual conservation and restoration as early as 1986. From 1998 to 2003 he was head of preservation at the Swiss National Film Archive, in charge of cataloguing, conservation and restoration of the film collection. Since 2004 he has been running his own preservation companies, providing comprehensive services that encompass the whole range of moving image preservation. From 2007 to 2015 he was a lecturer at the University of Lausanne, and he is currently a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and the Bern University of Applied Sciences. His courses cover the conservation and restoration not only of audio-visual content but also audio-visual carriers, usually with a focus on technical issues and movie picture film. He is also author of articles for renown journals, actively engaged in the leading national and international professional bodies, and on AMIA’s Board of Directors.


Spell backwards, forwards.
This is the question number 20 from the literacy test Louisiana used to suppress the Black vote in 1964.