Roman Legion Camp Vindonissa

Legionslager Vindonissa, Publikation, Legion Camp, ikonaut

3D-Recon­struc­tion of Legi­on camp Vin­do­nis­sa (2016)
for the Can­to­nal Archaeo­lo­gy of Aar­gau and the Pro Vin­do­nis­sa Socie­ty

The 3D recon­struc­tions high­light the embed­ding of the Roman legio­na­ry camp Vin­do­nis­sa in the topo­gra­phy of today’s Brugg / Win­disch. The­se are published for the first time in the Annu­al Report 2015 of the Socie­ty Pro Vin­do­nis­sa. In addi­ti­on to the illu­stra­ti­on in the book­let, the views are enc­lo­sed as posters.

The struc­tu­re in 3D is fle­xi­ble. The visua­li­za­ti­ons can thus be adap­ted quick­ly and easi­ly to the latest fin­dings. New views, ani­ma­ti­ons up to the pre­pa­ra­ti­on for the 3D-print or for vir­tu­al rea­li­ty are fur­ther opti­ons of the 3D-model.

For the legionnaire’s path Vin­do­nis­sa a nort­hern view of the legio­na­ry camp was crea­ted.
In the arti­cle ‘Recon­struc­ting Vin­do­nis­sa as a Living Docu­ment’ Jonas descri­bes the recon­struc­tion of the legi­on camp Vin­do­nis­sa.

Annu­al Report 2015 of the Socie­ty Pro Vin­do­nis­sa with the recon­struc­tions as poster sup­ple­ment | Vin­do­nis­sa and the stra­te­gi­cal­ly important envi­ron­ment around 50 AD | Clo­se-up view of Vin­do­nis­sas around 50 A. D. and in the post-op peri­od around 150 A. D.