3D visualization as a method of a research hypotheses presentation – the case of the medieval palace in Milicz

  • Małgorzata Markiewicz Zespół Archeologicznych Badań Ratowniczych przy Ośrodku Badań nad Kulturą Późnego Antyku i Wczesnego Średniowiecza IAiE PAN https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1204-8277
  • Justyna Kolenda Ośrodek Badań nad Kulturą Późnego Antyku i Wczesnego Średniowiecza IAiE PAN https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0177-2550
Słowa kluczowe: wizualizacja 3D, rekonstrukcja, pałac biskupi w Miliczu

Abstrakt

The bishop’s palace in Milicz was probably built in the late thirteenth or early fourteenth century. It was a brick building referring to the type of layout of princely buildings known in Silesia. Erection of the building in Milicz was connected with the creation of the Church castellany in this area. Visualisation of the oldest phase of the bishop’s palace in Milicz is part of the project: Regni custodiam et clavem – Santok and clavis regni Poloniae – Milicz as an example of two border towns, implemented by the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and financed from the funds of the National Program for the Development of Humanities for the years 2011-2017. Virtual reconstructions were based on the analysis and interpretation of source materials, in accordance with the guidelines contained in the London Charter. The purpose of the visualization is to introduce residents of Milicz and tourists to history of the building and, in the long run, to take steps by local authorities towards preservation and revitalization of the bishop’s palace

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2015-12-30
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Markiewicz, M., & Kolenda, J. (2015). 3D visualization as a method of a research hypotheses presentation – the case of the medieval palace in Milicz. Przegląd Archeologiczny, 63, 209-230. Pobrano z https://journals.iaepan.pl/pa/article/view/1610
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