Exemple d’application 3D en archéologie préventive : la restitution des galeries souterraines des pentes de la Croix-Rousse à Lyon

Abstract : In 2008 an ensemble of underground galleries, known since the 50s and called “en arêtes de poisson”, was the object of an archeological survey prior to the construction of a new lane in the tunnel of “Croix Rousse” in Lyon. The conception of a 3D model proved out to be quite helpful for archeologists as far as their comprehension of that complicated architectural construction went. The goal of this 3D model was to restitute the original state of the galleries. The digital model came as a result of a close collaboration between archaeologists and the computer graphics designer and it was based on topography plans and measurements taken on the site. A series of different hypothesis was put together in order to produce a restitution of the space and communication system. As a result this restitution allowed researchers to understand the different functions of that extraordinary architectural ensemble.
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Philippe Dessaint, Emmanuel Bernot. Exemple d’application 3D en archéologie préventive : la restitution des galeries souterraines des pentes de la Croix-Rousse à Lyon. Virtual Retrospect 2009, Robert Vergnieux, Nov 2009, Pessac, France. pp.147-150. ⟨halshs-01864593⟩

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