Upper Agora and Antonine Nymphaeum of SagalassosYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
The Upper Agora and Antonine Nymphaeum of Sagalassos, SW-Turkey. This public space emerged in the Late Hellenistic-early Roman Imperial period, and was paved in the second quarter of the 1st c. CE. During the 1st c. CE it gradually became enclosed by various public, political and religious buildings. The restored Antonine Nymphaeum, built during the second half of the 2nd c. CE, eventually came to dominate the northern end of this square, and is one of the archaeological site’s major crowd pullers.
The data were collected by Global Digital Heritage in August 2019, as part of the University of Leuven Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project and supported by the Global Heritage Fund. Model was processed in Reality Capture from 270 Faro scans, 3481 terrestrial photographs, and 1086 Drone photographs