Digital technologies have been transforming the way archaeologists and cultural heritage researchers work by providing new ways of recording, interpreting and disseminating knowledge. The digitalization of archaeological features and artefacts has proved an invaluable tool for the preservation and remote analysis of archaeological data. Here we present some of the 3D models from Kani Shaie, obtained mainly through photogrammetry, which allow for a enhanced perception of archaeological contexts and artifacts.
3D model of the mound of Kani Shaie and lower area of occupation
3D model of the trenches in Kani Shaie (not all periods of occupation are here represented)
3D models of some of the many Islamic Period graves and one LC3 grave found at Kani Shaie
Here you can see in detail some seal impressions taken from the 2013 and 2015 excavations
Other artefacts that can shed light on the different periods of occupation at Kani Shaie