RCL17r05 Structure-from-motion models of two carved stone fragments from Anglo-Saxon Rochester

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Author: Jacob H. Scott PCIfA


Two carved stone fragments within the Lapidarium collection of Rochester Cathedral are described, identified in the 1980s and dated to the eleventh century CE. Scale photographs and a structure-from-motion models are provided alongside an interpretation as to their original form and function.

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To cite this report:
Scott, J. H. (2017) Structure-from-motion models of two carved stone fragments from Anglo-Saxon Rochester, Rochester Cathedral Research Guild archive report RCL17r05.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22357/2017(5)
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Published online: 6th May 2017
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