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Documenting an archaeological landscape and its features using a low cost UAV – Case study: Mravinca in Dubrovačko primorje

Domagoj Perkić orcid id ; Dubrovnik Museums, Archaeological Museum, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Miroslav Vuković ; Department of Archaeology Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 12.031 Kb

str. 75-83

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The primary goal of case study Mravinca was to doc- ument the current state of the prehistoric necropolis near Mravinca in Dubrovačko primorje. Using a low cost UAV system equipped with a compact camera proved to be more than enough to document individ- ual stone mounds as well as the whole area. A number of high and low altitude photograph sets were used to create 11 image based models of the mounds, and one model of the entire area (DTM). Besides documentational value, this way of recording data provided us with new sets of information which could be used to better understand the underlying archaeological data. The chosen area is geologically enclosed and the idea was to try to understand the basic spatial and volumetric relations between the mounds. Considering the wider area, and the fact that there are more than 600 stone mounds in the county of Dubrovačko primorje alone, this type of case study could be a ba- sis for further research.

Ključne riječi

UAV, DTM, archeological landscape, stone mound, Dubrovnik, photogrammetry, photoscan, DJI phantom

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