The Swedish Institute in Rome’s San Giovenale Tomb Survey

Although our work on the excavations of PfBAP has concluded in Belize, our second team has completed its first project in Blera, Italy with the Swedish Institute in Rome and their tomb survey project at San Giovenale run by Fredrik Tobin.  Our team spent four days imaging the major areas of the site, and captured the data required to make a number of new 3D models of structures in the area in addition to 2D imaging of the entire site.  Here is a short showing our work at Blera and the surounding area.


Arch Aerial at the San Giovenale Tomb Survey from Ryan Baker on Vimeo.


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Special Thanks To:

Fredrik Tobin

The Swedish Institute in Rome

The Government of Italy

Nathan Palacios


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