Digitally preserving a submerged Bronze Age city - The Povlopetri Underwater Archaeology Project

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Digitally preserving a submerged Bronze Age city The Pavlopetri Underwater Archaeology Project Dr. Jon Henderson (University of Nottingham) Digital Past 2012, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, Wales

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  • 1. Digitally preserving asubmerged Bronze Age city The Pavlopetri Underwater Archaeology Project Digital Past 2012, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, Wales Dr. Jon Henderson (University of Nottingham)
  • 2. Pausanias the island of Pavlopetri Elaphonisos had been a peninsula in classical times Admiralty Pilot evidence that the isthmus had not been breached until the seventeenth century AD
  • 3. Pavlopetri Underwater Archaeology Project 2009-2013
  • 4. 2010 plan of the submerged town at PavlopetriThe earliest evidence foroccupation at the site dates tothe Final Neolithic c. 3500 BC.
  • 5. Pithos burial 2009
  • 6. Pithos burial 2011
  • 7. Total Station surveywith data-logging software
  • 8. Next Engine Desktop 3D ScannerThe scanner and turntable (left) and with object, gripper, and computer (right).
  • 9. Kongsberg-Mesotech MS 1000Sector Scan Sonar
  • 10. 100 metre scan
  • 11. Building IX40 metre scan
  • 12. Building IX30 metre scan
  • 13. Building IX20 metre scan
  • 14. Building IX15 metre scan
  • 15. Building IX7.5 metre scan
  • 16. Building IX5 metre scan
  • 17. Building IX50 metre scan
  • 18. Building IX30 metre scan
  • 19. Building IX20 metre scan
  • 20. Building IX15 metre scan
  • 21. Building IX10 metre scan
  • 22. Building IX5 metre scan
  • 23. 15 metre scan
  • 24. 10 metre scan
  • 25. 5 metre scan