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Visualizing Votive Practice is an innovative, open-access, digital monograph that explores the limestone and terracotta sculptures excavated from a rural sanctuary at the site of Athienou-Malloura (Cyprus) by the Athienou Archaeological Project. Chapters on the archaeology of the site, the historiography of Cypriot sculpture, and perspectives on archaeological visualization provide context for the catalogue of 50 representative examples of votive sculpture from the sanctuary. The catalogue not only includes formal and contextual information for each object, but also embeds 3D models directly onto the page. Readers can not only view, but also manipulate, measure, zoom, and rotate each model. Additionally, links at the bottom of each entry unleash high-resolution models with accompanying metadata on the Open Context archaeological data publishing platform and on via the Sketchfab 3D viewing platform as well. This innovative monograph is aimed at a variety of audiences, from Mediterranean archaeologists and students to specialists interested in 3D visualization techniques.
Cyprus -- Malloura Valley; Bamboulari tis Koukouninas Site (Cyprus); Cyprus -- Antiquities
The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, ND
Votive offerings, Prehistoric ; Archaeological assemblages ; Excavations (Archaeology)
History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology
Athienou Archaeological Project
Counts, Derek B.; Averett, Erin Walcek; Garstki, Kevin; and Toumazou, Michael K., "Visualizing Votive Practice: Exploring Limestone and Terracotta Sculpture from Athienou-Malloura through 3D Models" (2020). Digital Press Books. 11.
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