Carrot amphora from Traismauer (v 0.9.1)Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Roman Rural Landscapes in Noricum | PhD project
Ensemble of fragments of a carrot amphora found at the military vicus of today’s Stollhofen, which belongs to the former ancient Roman auxiliary camp of Augustianis/Traismauer. The camp was located at the Roman Danube frontier (so-called limes) in Lower Austria. This amphora belongs to a convolute of Roman finds derived from a context excavated in the 1970s.
The framents were photogrammetry scanned, the photos were processed and referenced in Agisoft Metashape. The models were assambled and reconstructed in Blender.
- photography: Kristina Klein
- photogrammetry and modeling: Dominik Hagmann
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