This paper presents some considerations and experiences about the use of geomatic techniques in surveying and representing small archaeological artifacts, such as cuneiform tablets and other inscribed objects with cuneiform writing. Scanning by hand-guided structured light scanner and image processing on the 3D models permits a wider range of possibilities in respect to classical surveying methods and can help to improve the readability of the text.

High-Resolution 3D Survey and Visualization of Mesopotamian Artefacts Bearing Cuneiform Inscriptions

FRANCOLINI, CHIARA;Gianni Marchesi;Gabriele Bitelli
2018

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This paper presents some considerations and experiences about the use of geomatic techniques in surveying and representing small archaeological artifacts, such as cuneiform tablets and other inscribed objects with cuneiform writing. Scanning by hand-guided structured light scanner and image processing on the 3D models permits a wider range of possibilities in respect to classical surveying methods and can help to improve the readability of the text.
2018 IEEE International Conference on Metrology for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
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Chiara Francolini, Gianni Marchesi, Gabriele Bitelli
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