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Feature 353 at the Tremaine Site, Wisconsin 3D Model
Three different stages in the excavation of refuse pit Feature 353 at the Tremaine Site, La Crosse County, Wisconsin. The Tremaine Site is a Late Prehistoric Period, Oneota Culture village site, ca. A.D. 1300-1600.
The upper stage is just after starting excavation and shows a concentration of fire-cracked rock and broken ceramics. The middle stage shows most of the fire-cracked rock removed and you can better see the concetration of broken ceramic vessel fragments. Finally, the bottom stage shows the north half of the pit feature completely excvavated and you can see the location of fire-cracked rock deposit in profile as well as other depositional events which made up the fill of this feature.
Created from three seperate models, each of between 36 and 80 photographs (Canon EOS Rebel T5i, 18MP) using Agisoft Photoscan 1.4.3 and Blender 2.7.9b. Photographed June 2018.