Documenting Near Eastern Neolithic Architecture: Aspects of 2D and 3D Recording of Built Environments

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How do we document architectural contexts? For which purpose do we document them? Why are we documenting in 2D or 3D? By doing so, do we actually document all the aspects of an architectural context that we want to capture? How do we record structural changes over time (building phases)? These and other aspects require consideration when documenting architectural contexts in the framework of archaeological fieldwork. The choice of approaches defines the methods and techniques we apply to achieve the results and final product that we seek or
wish to present. Based on a case study from Göbekli Tepe, various aspects of 3D Structure from Motion (SfM) -recording and modelling will be discussed in this contribution.
Original languageEnglish
JournalTurkish Journal for Archaeological Science
Pages (from-to)22-41
Publication statusPublished - 13 May 2021

    Research areas

  • Faculty of Humanities - Near Eastern Neolithic Architecture, Documentation, recording, Archaeology, Heritage Conservation, TURKEY, Architecture, Building Archaeology

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