Find Drawings

The graphic documentation of finds in scientific publications is fundamental for working with archaeological find complexes. Furthermore, it supports the determination of time, culture, production method and intended use of the find object.

Its clarity helps to spread new results and theories in the field of archaeological research and enriches every professional discussion.

Why are finds also drawn, not only photographed?

The photograph of an object, a find, is very dependent on the light, the exposure, and the apperture used. However, lighting reflexes often blur the details. It is almost impossible to put the focus on important details and disregard unimportant features. What’s more, once the parts are present, they cannot be supplemented.

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