The Mirasiviene 'warrior' stela, Seville, Spain3D Model
The Late Bronze Age warrior stela of Mirasiviene (1250-850 BC) was found in Lora del Rio, Seville, Spain. The stela, which is only partially preserved, is made of a locally-sourced rock (mica-schist), and mesures 182 cm in height. This is a medium resolution 3D model of the stela created from data captured with a triangulation-based laser scanner Konica Minolta VIVID 910 3D. There is no photorealistic texture. The mesh had some geometric imperfections that were corrected through Blender.
See also Open Access papers with the results of our research:
Díaz-Guardamino, M. et al. 2019. Rethinking Iberian ‘warrior’ stelae. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.1007/s12520-019-00909-1
Díaz-Guardamino, M. & D. Wheatley. 2013. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/306202556_Rock_art_and_digital_technologies_The_application_of_Reflectance_Transformation_Imaging_RTI_and_3D_laser_scanning_to_the_study_of_Late_Bronze_Age_Iberian_stelae