Chalcatzingo Monument 41

Material Information

Title:
Chalcatzingo Monument 41
Creator:
Collins, Lori D.
Doering, Travis F.
Gonzalez, Jorge ( Modeler )
Publication Date:
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Cultural Heritage ( lcsh )
Products And Technology ( local )
Science, Nature, and Education ( local )
3D Model ( Format/Resource Type )
Archaeology ( lcsh )
Education ( lcsh )
Formative period ( local )
Laser scanning ( local )
Mexico ( lcsh )
Olmecs ( lcsh )

Notes

Abstract:
Chalcatzingo, Morelos, Mexico Middle Formative Period The site contains one of the most extensive collections of Middle Formative period (c. 900-500 BC) bas-relief stone sculpture outside of the Olmec Gulf Coast lowlands. Monument 41 was discovered by archaeologists from the National Institute of Archaeology and History in 2011. The 1.5 ton stone relief dates to more than 2,800 years ago, and shows three felines sitting in profile with sky or cloud ā€œSā€ shaped symbols overhead and to the side. The relief, standing about 1.5 meters tall, was found broken in 11 pieces and was expertly restored by INAH conservators. Documented with terrestrial laser scanning techniques (Doering, Collins) and 3D modeled using Geomagic and Maya software (Collins and Jorge Gonzalez- final model). Project collaborative- USF Doering and Collins and Arqueólogo Mario Córdova Tello - Director del Proyecto Arqueológico Chalcatzingo and Arqueóloga Carolina Meza Rodríguez - Responsable Operativo de la Z. A. Chalcatzingo.
General Note:
Hashtags: 3dmodeling, archaeology, education, formativeperiod, laserscanning, mexico, olmec

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
U44-00015 ( USFLDC DOI )
u44.15 ( USFLDC Handle )
180701dc46dc4fd1a31467fd11b4ecda ( Sketchfab:DataUID )

USFLDC Membership

Aggregations:
3D Models Digital Documentation Collection

Postcard Information

Format:
Artifact