Breaking Through Rock Art Recording: 3D laser scanning of megalithic rock art

Durham University, 2005

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Downloads

Raw data from Castlerigg and the other sites scanned for this project are not available online due to the large file sizes produced by laser scanning technology. These files can be obtained on request. Downloads available include data from Castlerigg in a variety of different formats, plus JPEG images of fieldwork and analysis for all four of the sites studied.


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