Simpson, A. and Clogg, P. and Diaz-Andreu, M. and Larkman, B. (2004) 'Towards three-dimensional non-invasive recording of incised rock art.', Antiquity., 78 (301). 692-698 .
Ancient art cut into rock is difficult to research and manage off-site without precise three-dimensional records. Experiments with photographic modelling by the authors led to a relatively accessible and economical way of making them.
|Keywords:||Rock art, Petroglyphs, Field recording, Conservation.|
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