PHOTOGRAMMETRY FOR ARCHAEOLOGY: COLLECTING PIECES TOGETHER

Chibunichev, A. G.; Knyaz, V. A.; Zhuravlev, D. V.; Kurkov, V. M.

The complexity of retrieving and understanding the archaeological data requires to apply different techniques, tools and sensors for information gathering, processing and documenting. Archaeological research now has the interdisciplinary nature involving technologies based on different physical principles for retrieving information about archaeological findings. The important part of archaeological data is visual and spatial information which allows reconstructing the appearance of the findings and relation between them. Photogrammetry has a great potential for accurate acquiring of spatial and visual data of different scale and resolution allowing to create archaeological documents of new type and quality. The aim of the presented study is to develop an approach for creating new forms of archaeological documents, a pipeline for their producing and collecting in one holistic model, describing an archaeological site. A set of techniques is developed for acquiring and integration of spatial and visual data of different level of details. The application of the developed techniques is demonstrated for documenting of Bosporus archaeological expedition of Russian State Historical Museum.

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Chibunichev, A. G. / Knyaz, V. A. / Zhuravlev, D. V. / et al: PHOTOGRAMMETRY FOR ARCHAEOLOGY: COLLECTING PIECES TOGETHER. 2018. Copernicus Publications.

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