TEN YEARS OF DIGITAL DOCUMENTATION OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF THE MONASTERY OF SAINT HILARION IN TELL UMM EL-AMR, GAZA STRIP
Keywords: Photogrammetry, Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, Recording
Abstract. The archaeological richness of a site is independent of its geopolitical context. The use of photogrammetry for the documentation of the monastery of Saint-Hilarion in the gaza strip illustrates the flexibility of the uses of this technique despite some obstacles linked to the situation. As access to the site on demand, depending on representation needs is not possible, means have been implemented to delegate the acquisition and allow continuity of surveys adapted to the evolution of archaeological excavations. Developments in acquisition techniques and methods can be incorporated into on-site practices and can also lead to improved processing of old data.