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La restitution 3D du grand nymphée de Dougga (Tunisie)

Abstract : The ancient site of Dougga (Tunisia) was the subject of a project of safeguarding and development financed by the French and Tunisian governments. Creations of a course of visit and a centre of interpretation required the needs for virtual reality to promote a rich inheritance and a formidable tool for comprehension for the visitors. The restitution of one of the three fountains of the city was thus proposed by the Ausonius institute since it is located in the middle of the monumental centre of Dougga, along “main street”.
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Jean-Claude Golvin, Séverine Garat. La restitution 3D du grand nymphée de Dougga (Tunisie). Virtual Retrospect 2009, Robert Vergnieux, Nov 2009, Pessac, France. pp.139-144. ⟨halshs-01864577⟩



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