Idn Tomb, UAE

Umm al-Nar is the name given to a bronze age culture that existed from 2600-2000 BCE in modern-day United Arab Emirates and Northern Oman. The Idn tomb was built with enormous effort -and used as a communal family or tribal grave. Although the majority of stones were reused later, we know from other tombs that its original height must have been between two to three meters. Excavated in the 90s, the tomb required a full plan and elevation. – 95 images and 35 minutes recording in the field – to allow plan and elevations to be created in the office.
Create a 3D model and orthographic scaled image to produce scaled vector drawing and elevations.
Prof D. Kennett. Durham University

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