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Center for the Study of Architecture
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Harrison Eiteljorg, II (2013) The CSA Propylaea Project [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1022574
The CSA Propylaea Project was intended to produce a stone-by-stone CAD model of the Propylaea. The project was brought to a halt, however, before completion. As a result, the documents here do not include a CAD model of the entire building but various models of portions of the building and associated materials. Since, at the end of the day, the project produced as much information about survey and analytic methods and techniques as about the building itself, much of the material here is about those methods and techniques. Thus, there are items here concerning surveying, photogrammetry, CAD work, and so on. In addition, there are articles in the CSA Newsletter concerning many of the methods and techniques used.
The archive consists of a number of webpages and downloadable files originally published on the Propylaea project website:
These are available via the downloads pages.