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Rapid 3D Recording of Archaeological Sites Found During Construction Development

@inproceedings{Ioannidis2004Rapid3R,
  title={Rapid 3D Recording of Archaeological Sites Found During Construction Development},
  author={Ch. C. Ioannidis and Maria Tsakiri and Sofia Soile},
  year={2004}
}
SUMMARY Current archaeological research in Greece is greatly enhanced from urban construction development that results in new archaeological finds. Whilst these findings are very important, financial pressures from during urban development result in either being destroyed or reburied to facilitate the construction of new structures. Invariably, valuable knowledge from such sites is lost forever. This paper discusses how modern surveying techniques can be used as foundation for preservation of… Expand

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