During the 2013 excavation season whilst completing a series of laser scan models of the site I also completed a number of photogrammetry captures of specific artefacts. The following are a few examples of the work completed and allows for a virtual record that can be used by archaeologists off site within their analysis of these artefacts. The Roman architectural fragments illustrated here are currently being studied by Dottssa Eleonora Gasparini through this process.

I am also currently working on creating a series of photogrammetry models based on the aerial images that were captured during the field season and will be used a direct comparison to the laser scan models that are currently being processed. The model of the Navalia excavation has been included below and highlights the potential that photogrammetry has within the capturing of the excavation process