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The Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture, and Archaeology National Science Foundation's IGERT - TEECH group

The Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture, and Archaeology National Science Foundation's IGERT - TEECH group

Qualcomm Institute’s Ashley Richter Wins Interdisciplinary Research Award

Qualcomm Institute’s Ashley Richter Wins Interdisciplinary Research Award

Calit2 : Students As Oracles: In Delphi, UC San Diego Researchers Report Cyber-Archaeology Findings

: Students As Oracles: In Delphi, UC San Diego Researchers Report Cyber-Archaeology Findings

Computer Science, Cyber-Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

Computer Science, Cyber-Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

Hittite chariot

Hittite Chariot:The Hittites are the first civilizations to reach the Iron Age in the Middle East and made extensive use of War Chariots in the military.

Laser Scanning at Petra's Byzantine Mosaic Church

Point Clouds at Petra

Qualcomm Institute's Ashley Richter Wins Interdisciplinary Research Award

petra - Google Search

Article in Antiquity featuring Vid & Ashley's digital archaeology work at Petra in 2012

Excavations at Beersheba, town founded by Abraham. Imagine seeing Isaac and Ishmael playing in the streets and learning from their father about a "new" God, a God who was the only, true God, a God whom no one can see, but who had created all things. / qw

Excavations at Beersheba, town founded by Abraham.

Landscape view to San Marino, Italy

Landscape view to San Marino, Italy

A 2,000 year old miqwe bath has been discovered under a family living room in the 'Ein Kerem neighbourhood of Jerusalem. It has been hewn from the bare rock but had been carefully plastered, according to archaeologists. Tal Shimshoni, who discovered the bath beneath his living room, is shown above in the miqwe

Ancient Jewish bath discovered under family's living room in Jerusalem

A year old miqwe bath has been discovered under a family living room in the 'Ein Kerem neighbourhood of Jerusalem. It has been hewn from the bare rock but had been carefully plastered, according to archaeologists. Tal Shimshoni, who discovered the b

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