Jerrad Lancaster
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Jerrad Lancaster is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of History at the University of Akron. He is an alumnus of The Ohio State University (BA), Swansea University (Ma, MPhil) and Royal Holloway, University of London (PhD). His research interests reach from the archaeology of the ancient Mediterranean to digital preservation of modern historical structures. This includes the uses of handheld and UAV-based photogrammetry. A native of northeastern Ohio, where he resides with his wife, he especially enjoys documenting and preserving structures of local historical importance.

Virtually Reconstructing the Past

Estimating Labour Costs through Digital Technologies

Any building can be perceived as the summation of specific actions surrounding the gathering and construction of a precise volume and variety of materials. By working backwards and quantifying its individual aspects, a structure can be estimated in terms of labour costs spent in construction. This methodology...
Studia Archaeologica, 247
2021, pp. 124
ISBN: 9788891322043
€ 85,00
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Studia Archaeologica, 247
2021, pp. 124
ISBN: 9788891322043
€ 85,00
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