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Field Methods and Post-Excavation Techniques in Late Antique Archaeology
This paper investigates the methodology employed in the recent survey and reconstruction of the major Early Byzantine domed churches of western Asia Minor. This involved both the documentation of construction details, as well as their interpretation by reference to coeval monuments elsewhere. Focusing on this methodology, the author explores techniques of graphical recording and the theoretical framework within which parallels with other buildings can inform the work of reconstruction. Thedoi:10.1163/22134522-12340013 fatcat:gqtrt5ldkveshbtpmm5x4vgv3y