Bringing the new life to old archaeological documentation – from paper to 3D (case study)

March 15th, 2020 komentáre: 0

It is quite common to decomposite the terrain situation into simple entities for better undestanding – a process called an archaeological terrain documentation. However only few people understand this attitude properly in sense of consequent synthesis of documented sources. In the case of later graphics/presentation we could easily speak about reverse modeling. In the following section we would present the abilities of 3D modeling for “bringing the life of ordinary documented stratigraphic features”.
Following pictures represent the source (quite simple) documentation of typical rectangular trench.

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AutoCAD and stratigraphic single context recording

February 8th, 2018 komentáre: 0

Cleaning my storage space at home I found something I wrote years ago (during years in private archaeological company). pokračuj / entry »

Surface from AutoCAD Civil 3D to Meshlab/3D PDF procedure

November 4th, 2016 komentáre: 0

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Thinking stratigraphy 01. Few remarks to cumulative sections in terrain archaeology.

June 21st, 2015 komentáre: 0


Doing the rescue archaeology for almost one decade I never saw the cumulative section in terrain praxis. A standard way to get vertical documentation of an “object” (although I hate this term I would use it) is cutting to two halves, or more rectangular parts in the case of a larger object. I would consider the simplest kind of a sunken object in following text contemptuously proclaimed as “pit with that … ceramics” (greetings to Peter Kostrhun :)).

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