Malthi is a fortified hilltop settlement on the northern spur of the Ramovouni Hill, overlooking the Soulima Valley in northern Messenia, Greece. It was inhabited during the Middle and Late Bronze Ages (ca. 1800-1200 BCE). Over one hundred rooms, many of which were constructed along the interior façade of the fortification, were excavated by Natan Valmin between 1926 and 1935. Since 2015, Michael Lindblom and Rebecca Worsham have resumed studies of the settlement in order to better understand its chronology and development.
300 hectares were scanned on two days, June 13-14 2016, in a UAS survey with a DJI Phantom 3 Pro. 667 photos were used to create this model, giving a maximum orthophoto resolution of 10,7 cm. Co-pilot Kalle Lindholm.