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Back to basics: a non-photorealistic rendering method for the analysis of texts from 3D Roman inscriptions

  • Miguel Carrero-Pazos (a1) and David Espinosa-Espinosa (a1)
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This paper presents the results of a non-photorealistic rendering approach to analysing Roman inscriptions, which uses line drawings to highlight the text of two epigraphs from Galicia in north-west Spain.

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