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Unformatted text preview: 3D Scanning for Profile Acquisition and Reconstruction of Mayan Ceramics Greg Shear June 2008 Jon and Bria Anabel ● Uniformity in ceramics during Late Classic ● Collapse of economic structures in Terminal Classic shut down large scale production of ceramics introducing more variability throughout smaller regions Cast and Background ● Neighbor Jon Pagliaro works with Anabel Ford in UCSB's Meso- American Research Center ● Investigating variability in Late to Terminal Classic ceramics in a region running from Tikal, Guatamala to the Belize River Jon and Bria Anabel ● Uniformity in ceramics during Late Classic ● Collapse of economic structures in Terminal Classic shut down large scale production of ceramics introducing more variability throughout smaller regions Cast and Background ● Neighbor Jon Pagliaro works with Anabel Ford in UCSB's Meso- American Research Center ● Investigating variability in Late to Terminal Classic ceramics in a region running from Tikal, Guatamala to the Belize River Valley The Traditional Method...
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