3d digitisation and reconstruction of a capital in northwestern gaul: interim results on the city of alet

Abstract : The City of Alet is an important archaeological site in Brittany because it was in the late Iron Age the capital of the Coriosolites. The remains, scattered today in a neighbourhood of Saint-Malo, are highly heterogeneous. Because of its great archeological interest, it has become since 2015 the subject of experimentation in digital archeology. From 3D scanning and Ground Penetrating Radar experimentation, we started a 3D reconstruction of city including several levels of uncertainty and fuelling archaeological thoughts, the results of which are still in discussion.
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Yann Bernard, Jean-Baptiste Barreau, Catherine Bizien-Jaglin, Laurent Quesnel, Loïc Langouët, et al.. 3d digitisation and reconstruction of a capital in northwestern gaul: interim results on the city of alet . 8th International Congress on Archaeology, Computer Graphics, Cultural Heritage and Innovation 'ARQUEOLÓGICA 2.0', Sep 2016, Valencia, Spain. pp.438-440. ⟨insu-01399040⟩

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