Data underlying the publication: Building a Mycenaean chamber tomb catalogue from terrestrial laser scan data

doi: 10.4121/df349dfc-9668-4169-a7d6-9852d68b4adf.v2
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doi: 10.4121/df349dfc-9668-4169-a7d6-9852d68b4adf
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Roderik Lindenbergh; Watson, Lisa; Timo Bisschop; Gutierrez Mozo, Ivan David; Shelton, Kim (2024): Data underlying the publication: Building a Mycenaean chamber tomb catalogue from terrestrial laser scan data. Version 2. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/df349dfc-9668-4169-a7d6-9852d68b4adf.v2
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Aidonia Cemetery, Penelopesse Peninsula, Greece
lat (N): 37.84
lon (E): 22.58
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time coverage
August 2019
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The Aidonia cemetery is an archeological site on the Peleponnese Peninsula in Greece. It was constructed in the Late Bronze Age and consists of chamber tombs dug into rock outcrops. In August 2019, a team of researchers from TU Delft and University of Stavanger acquired detailed 3D scan data of the Aidonia site using a Leica P40 laser scanner. The team scanned the site from 51 scan positions. 29 positions were focusing on the chamber tombs while the other 22 positions sampled the overall cemetery setting. The scans were combined in a common coordinate system providing a point cloud consisting of ~5.9 billion points. Analysis of the point cloud notably provided insight in the architectural setting and current status of the different tombs. The data set in this repository consist of the raw, aligned point cloud. A detailed description of the point cloud data and its application in documenting the status of the Aidoinia cemetery can be found in the corresponding publication, at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.daach.2024.e00319.


history
  • 2024-01-11 first online
  • 2024-02-12 published, posted
publisher
4TU.ResearchData
format
e57 point cloud format
funding
  • (grant code 8050/IN-1187)
organizations
TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Geoscience & Remote Sensing
University of Stavanger, Department of Energy Resources
Berkeley University of California, Nemea Center for Classical Archaeology, Department of Ancient Greek & Roman Studies

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