Building 89, Model B89_07-U19807
Model - Agisoft Photoscan format + jpg source images
U19807 (molding/plaster collapse)
Agisoft Photoscan Processing Pdf report
Layer No. 19807
Architectural feature almost certainly 'ex-situ', the integrity of the piece suggests it was placed during the abandonment process at the concave interface between two room fill dumps (18793) and (19808). The uniformity of the plaster core suggest/hints at early sculpture piece, reworked at a later date, although this core may simply be an artifact of the construction process. Underside showed evidence of dowling or a wooden frame structure. Possibly used for suspension on wall. Plaster core may indicate that this was a damaged or defaced bucrania or moulding. Not clear where it came from [in the building], deconstruction revealed nothing special about the core, [which was] plaster and brick/pise like material (yellowish). External plaster facing was 3-4cm thick closely resembling the wall plaster.
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Matrix above: 19808 Matrix below: 18793 Equal to:18793?
Architectural feature, bucrania
- Data from: Immersive Visualization and Curation of Archaeological Heritage Data: Çatalhöyük and the Dig@IT App
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POST EX 2011 - U19808 (Roomfill - all the NE quadrant + U18780 (the 2 separate quatrants along the west wall) + U18793 (central West small quadrant separating 18780) + U18793 SE (Southern quadrant by South Wall) + U19816 (room fill quadrant in the SW corner) =U19817 (room fill quadrant in the NW corner)
Neolithic house, architectural feature, bucrania
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Lercari, Nicola; Shiferaw, Emmanuel; Forte, Maurizio; Kopper, Regis (2017). Immersive Visualization and Curation of Archaeological Heritage Data: Çatalhöyük and the Dig@IT App. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-017-9340-4
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