Ashes2Art Now and Tomorrow: Delphi, Alexandria and the Red Sea
Ashes2Art is a collaborative undergraduate research initiative focused on the application of digital tools to cultural heritage projects. The program started in 2005 at Coastal Carolina University, and from 2007 to 2009, Coastal Carolina University worked with students and faculty at Arkansas State University to study and build various digital resources pertaining to Delphi, Greece. In January 2011 the Ashes2Art project at Coastal Carolina University begins collaboration with the Center for Maritime Archaeology and Underwater Cultural Heritage at Alexandria University, Egypt. We will work with excavation directors on Lake Mareotis (near Alexandria) and at various sites along the Red Sea.
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FLATEN, Arne R. (2009): “The Ashes2Art Project: Digital Models of Fourth-Century BCE Delphi, Greece”, in A. Flaten & A. Gill (eds.), Visual Resources: an International Journal of Documentation, vol. 25, special issue: Digital Crossroads: New Directions in 3D Architectural Modeling in the Humanities (12/2009), pp. 355-372. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01973760903331783
KHALIL, Emad (2010): “Waterfront Installations and Maritime Activities in the Mareotic Region”, in L. Blue (ed.). Lake Mareotis: Reconstructing the Past. Proceedings of the International Conference on the Archaeology of the Mareotic Region held at Alexandria University, Egypt, 5th-6th April 2008. BAR International Series 2113: 135-145. Archaeopress. Oxford.
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