The Virtual Amarna Project

Barry Kemp, 2011

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The Virtual Amarna Project

Location Non British Isles countryEgypt
TGNWorld, Africa, Egypt [7016833]
Grid reference Latitude Longitude27.648019 30.899158
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
30.8790131021 31.0651576849
Subject Event Type (England)LASER SCANNING SURVEY
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)FIGURINE
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)MOULD
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)SPINDLE WHORL
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)PENDANT
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)POT
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Period Non-UKDynastic Egypt
NoneAmarna Period
Project dates Created From01-MAR-2008
Created To31-MAR-2009
First Released04-OCT-2011
Last Modified25-JAN-2012
Related information Associated Publication'Developing a 3-D Digital Heritage Ecosystem: from object to representation and the role of a virtual museum in the 21st century' (2011) by Fred Limp, Angie Payne, Katie Simon, Snow Winters and Jack Cothren. Internet Archaeology 30.
File types available PDF99 files
JPG127 files
ZIP286 files

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