PARAMETERISED DATABASE CREATION FOR CONSTRUCTION ELEMENTS OF MONUMENTS
This article presents an innovative method for digital content creation and for digital restoration of destroyed ancient monuments using a database of parameterised construction elements. The case study was conducted on a Dacian watch tower, which was destroyed during the wars with the Romans. The archaeologists during the excavations found only a few rows of blocks of the foundation of the tower. Since the archaeological information available about the tower is very little, the reconstruction can be done with many different designs, and the reconstruction using the database offers a very high level of detail, which can be useful in the validation process of the virtual reconstruction.
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