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Giza Occasional Papers [GOP]
30.12.2018, 10:35

Серията Giza Occasional Papers представя предварителните доклади от проекта за картографиране на платото Гиза с всички негови безценни археологически паметници. Използват с най-модерни технологии за беконтактен/безразрушителен добив на изображения, в т.ч. и на лежащи под земята неракрити обекти. Ръководител на екипа е известният американски пирамидолог и изследовател на Гиза Марк Ленер (р. 1950).

[GOP 1] Mark Lehner, Mohsen Kamel, Ana Tavares - Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Season 2004 Preliminary Report, Boston, Ancient Egypt Research Associates, 2009 (reprint 2011)

[GOP 2] Mark Lehner, Mohsen Kamel, Ana Tavares - Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Season 2005 Preliminary Report, Boston, Ancient Egypt Research Associates, 2006

[GOP 3] Mark Lehner, Mohsen Kamel, Ana Tavares - Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Season 2006-2007 Preliminary Report, Boston, Ancient Egypt Research Associates, 2009

[GOP 4] Mark Lehner, Mohsen Kamel, Ana Tavares - Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Season 2008 Preliminary Report, Boston, Ancient Egypt Research Associates, 2009 (reprint 2011)

[GOP 5] Mark Lehner (ed.) - Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Season 2009 Preliminary Report, Boston, Ancient Egypt Research Associates, 2011

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The Giza Plateau Mapping Project, under the direction of Mark Lehner, Visiting Assistant Professor of Egyptian archaeology at the Oriental Institute, is dedicated to research on the geology and topography of the Giza plateau, the construction and function of the Sphinx, the Great Pyrimids, the associated tombs and temples, and the Old Kingdom town in the vicinity. Lehner is a pioneer in the use of state-of-the-art computer graphics and remote sensing technology to model the ancient configuration of the Giza Plateau. In addition he has collaborated with an architectural firm to produce a detailed computer model of the Sphnix which is of exceptional value both as a research tool and to guide current conservation efforts.

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