3D model of a Roman wall of the imperial period with a geometry of 46,145 polygons created by a point cloud made by a laser scanner (left).

From Beyond illustration: 2d and 3d digital technologies as tools for discovery in archaeology by Bernard Frischer and Anastasia Dakouri-Hild

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  • European: Ancient to 400 C.E.
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  • Figure 4 3D model of a Roman wall of the imperial period with a geometry of 46,145 polygons created by a point cloud made by a laser scanner (left).