Modelling of an Ancient Bronze Suspension head by Means of Reverse Engineering Technique
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In recent years, reverse engineering technique is used in the field of archaeology to model the geometry of archaeological findings. Modelling of ancient objects is a demanding process due to fragility. In this paper a non destructive method which combines Computer Tomography and 3D Laser scanner for modelling metallic objects with composite geometry and thick walls in presented. Several ancient objects are modelled to verify the accuracy and the reliability of the proposed method and a characteristic example of a suspension head found in the Greek city of Dion is presented.
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