If the uses of photogrammetry are many and various, the use of it in archaeology is now well standardised in the large majority of these uses. It is mainly a replacement of the traditional plan, section and elevation measurements of archaeological remains by the production of ortho-images, known as orthomosaics. This guide aims to provide students and professionals of our discipline with a complete protocol (from field acquisition to data storage), which has been tried and tested, with reproducible results, and which is entirely based on free scientific tools.
List of abbreviations
Chapter 1 : Theory, preparation and acquisition
Chapter 2 : Process for producing plan orthophotographs
Chapter 3 : Process for producing elevation orthophotographs : the example of the Early Christian church of Mirine
Chapter 4 : Backup and dissemination of data
Summary of command chains
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Quentin VERRIEZAnna TOMASINELLIMatthieu THIVET AuteurColin CLEMENT (transl. by)Group composed of a research engineer and two young researchers (PhD, Master) from the Universities of Franche-Comté and Burgundy attached to the CNRS units Chrono-environnement (UMR 6249) and ArTeHiS (UMR 6298).
Students and professionals of archaeology
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Publié avec le soutien du laboratoire Chrono-environnement (UMR 6249), Bibracte EPCC et du Service Régional de l’Archéologie (Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication)