Scaled virtual reconstruction of a so-called carrot amphora (Augst 44/Camulodunum 189/Schöne-Mau 15 | type Bb & rim 3b1 after Vipard ) found at the vicus (civil settlement’) of today’s Traismauer, which belongs to the former ancient Roman fort of Augustianis were auxiliary troops (cavalry) were stationed. The fort was located at the Roman Danube frontier (so-called limes) in northeastern Noricum, which is today’s Lower Austria. This amphora belongs to a convolute of Roman finds derived from a context excavated in the 1970s.
The framents were photogrammetry-scanned & processed & referenced in Agisoft Metashape & assambled & reconstructed in Blender.
- photos: K. Klein
- photogrammetry & modeling: D. Hagmann/A. Langendorf
Vipard, P. (1995). Les amphores carottes (forme Schöne-Mau XV). In: Actes du Congrès de Rouen (51–77)
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