The lighting in a funerary space assumes different values and functions. Roman rock-cut Tomb N83 at Cyrene offers a controlled case-study to analyze quantity and quality of the lighting performance in a 3D perspective. Starting from the archaeological and historical reconstruction of the recently published context, the 3D model will simulate the interior lighting of the tomb using virtual prototypes of ancient clay oil lamps. The 3D models contribute also to develop interpretive virtual models application for valorizing and promoting the cultural heritage.

Lighting a funerary interior. The Roman Tomb N83 at Cyrene in a 3D perspective

Santucci Anna;
2021-01-01

Abstract

The lighting in a funerary space assumes different values and functions. Roman rock-cut Tomb N83 at Cyrene offers a controlled case-study to analyze quantity and quality of the lighting performance in a 3D perspective. Starting from the archaeological and historical reconstruction of the recently published context, the 3D model will simulate the interior lighting of the tomb using virtual prototypes of ancient clay oil lamps. The 3D models contribute also to develop interpretive virtual models application for valorizing and promoting the cultural heritage.
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