H 276 x W 203 mm
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white (100 colour plates)
Published Apr 2018
The study presented here aims to make a practical contribution to a new understanding and use of digital 3D reconstructions in archaeology, namely as ‘laboratories’ to test hypotheses and visualize, evaluate and discuss multiple interpretations.
1. Introduction; 2. Reconstructing past cityscapes before the digital age: A view on Greek and Roman towns; 3. Three-dimensional visualizations in archaeology: An additional tool in the archaeologist’s toolbox; 4. The ancient town of Koroneia: Geographical context, historical background and synthesis of the preliminary results by the Boeotia survey; 5.The Graeco-Roman town as a physical entity: Sources for a comparison; 6. Enhancing Koroneia’s GIS survey data with the third dimension: A procedural modelling approach; 7. Conclusions; Bibliography