The CSA Propylaea Project

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Final Report, CSA Propylaea Project: Publications and Lectures


Eiteljorg, H. II. "The Attic Foot as the Basic Unit in the Propylaea," in Stephan T.A.M. Mols and Eric M. Moorman, eds., Omni pede stare. Saggi architettonici e circumvesuviani in memoriam Jos de Waele. Studi della Soprintendenza archeologica di Pompei 9, Electa Napoli and Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, 2005.

Eiteljorg, H. II. "The Propylaea project," in X.M. Ayán Vila, R.B. Rotea, and P.M. Borrazás, eds., Archaeotecture: Archaeology of Architecture, BAR International Series 1175, 2003.

Kanellopoulos, C. and Eiteljorg, H. II. "The CSA Propylaea Project," in M. Doerr and A. Sarris, CAA 2002: The Digital Heritage of Archaeology, Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Proceedings of the 30th Conference, Heraklion, Crete, April 2002, Archive of Monuments and Publications, Hellenic Ministry of Culture, 2003.

CSA Newsletter articles about the CSA Propylaea Project:

"Data-Gathering Phase of CSA Propylaea Project Ends," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II, XXI.3 (Winter 2009)

"Successful Final Scaffolding Experiment for Survey Work," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II, XXI.3 (Winter 2009)

"The Next Step for Scaffolding on the Propylaea," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II, XXI.1 (Spring 2008)

"An Apparatus to Aid in Surveying High Walls," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II, XX.3 (Winter 2008)

"Surveying with a Total Station and No Prism -- A Reconsideration of Surveying without Targets," XVII.3 (Winter 2005)

"Parametric Modeling in AutoCAD -- Almost," XVII.3 (Winter 2005)

"The Cyrax 3D Scanner in the Propylaea -- Surveying Again," XVII.2 (Fall 2004)

"Old Data in New Clothes," XVII.1 (Spring 2004)

"From Field Data to CAD Model: Modeling the NW wing of the Propylaea," XVII.1 (Spring 2004)

"A Final Survey Experiment on the NW Wing of the Propylaea," XVI.3 (Winter, 2004)

"Note-Taking with Total Station Survey Work," XVI.3 (Winter, 2004)

"More Survey Experiments on the Propylaea," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II, XVI.2 (Fall, 2003)

"Surveying with Photographs -- PhotoModeler® 5," XVI.1 (Spring 2003)

"Surveying the Northwest Wing of the Propylaea -- A Pilot Project," XVI.1 (Spring 2003)

"Using CSA Propylaea Project Data Files," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II, XV.2 (Fall, 2002)

"Unicode File Names: New CSA Policy," XV.1 (Spring 2002)

"Multi-File CAD Models," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II, and Susan C. Jones, XV.1 (Spring 2002)

"The Roof of the NW Wing of the Propylaea," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II; XV.1 (Spring, 2002)

"The CSA Propylaea Project - Reconstructing the Pinakotheka Roof," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II; XIV.3 (Winter, 2002)

"A Spreadsheet as a CAD Aid - Again," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II; XIV.2 (Fall, 2001)

"Recent Work on the CSA Propylaea Project," by Harrison Eiteljorg, II; XIV.2 (Fall 2001)

"First Fruits of CSA Propylaea Project," XIV.1 (Spring, 2001)

"Slide Digitizing - More Exacting Experiments," XIV.1 (Spring, 2001)

"Scanning Propylaea Drawings," Harrison Eiteljorg, II, XIV.1 (Spring, 2001)

"Using the CSA Layer Naming Convention on the Propylaea Model," XIV.1 (Spring, 2001)

"Making Aims Match Needs," Harrison Eiteljorg, II, XIV.1 (Spring, 2001)

"Slide Digitizing -- A Lesson Learned," XIII.3 (Winter 2001)

"New Photographs on CSA Propylaea Project Web Page," XIII.3 (Winter 2001)

"Scanning Drawings for Preservation and Display -- What Resolution?" XIII.3 (Winter 2001)

"Samuel H. Kress Foundation Grant for CSA Propylaea Project," XIII.2 (Fall, 2000)

"CSA Propylaea Project Taking Shape," XIII.1 (Spring, 2000)

"Propylaea Project Gets Back In Gear," XII.3 (Winter, 2000)

"Building a Model of the Propylaea," XI.1 (Spring, 1998)


Eiteljorg, H. II. "The CSA Propylaea Project," Archaeological Institute of America annual meeting, January, 2002.

Eiteljorg, H. II. "Did Mnesicles' Reach Exceed His Grasp? The CSA Propylaea Project," Center for Visual Culture, Bryn Mawr College, November, 2001.

Eiteljorg, H. II. "The Architect in the Classical Period," Harrison Eiteljorg, II, European Association of Archaeologists annual meeting, September, 2001.

Eiteljorg, H. II. "The CSA Propylaea Project," Harrison Eiteljorg, II, Society for American Archaeology annual meeting, April, 2001.



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  • Title: "Final Report, CSA Propylaea Project: Publications and Lectures
  • Author: Harrison Eiteljorg, II and the staff of CSA, Box 60, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010, (e-mail: user nicke at (@) the domain; tel.: 484-612-5862)
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  • Revision history: Since this document is part of the Final Report, changes should not occur. Serious mistakes may be corrected; if so, clear indications of corrections will be included. First posted: July, 2010. (Note, however, that the information here was originally included in the original Home Page and therefore dates to the first posting of that page in October, 2000.) Last updated (formatting only): July, 2012. Prepared for ADS archival storage June, 2013.
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