The paper is dedicated to the presentation of a new protocol for documentation of rock carvings, which includes all the known and used methodologies, both digital and analog. The "Digital Rocks" protocol works as an integrated sequence of steps, both on the field, directly in contact with the carvings, and in a subsequent digital environment, where the outcome of the previous steps is analized, processed and interconnected, leading to the production of a vector tracing of the carvings. The documentation protocol is tested on the case study of a previously unpublished carved monolith from the Copper Age sanctuary of Ossimo - Pat, in the UNESCO site no. 94 of Valle Camonica (Italy).

Digital Rocks. An integrated approach to rock art recording: the case study of Ossimo-Pat (Valle Camonica), Monolith 23.

Paolo Rondini
2018

Abstract

The paper is dedicated to the presentation of a new protocol for documentation of rock carvings, which includes all the known and used methodologies, both digital and analog. The "Digital Rocks" protocol works as an integrated sequence of steps, both on the field, directly in contact with the carvings, and in a subsequent digital environment, where the outcome of the previous steps is analized, processed and interconnected, leading to the production of a vector tracing of the carvings. The documentation protocol is tested on the case study of a previously unpublished carved monolith from the Copper Age sanctuary of Ossimo - Pat, in the UNESCO site no. 94 of Valle Camonica (Italy).
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