El Argar was a Bronze Age culture which thrived 2200 – 1500 BC. The Siret brothers (Belgian mining engineers) working as surveyors in Spain in the 19th century recovered this material in their spare time. The archaeological remains of El Argar were dispersed throughout European heritage institutions, which make it difficult material to study. The 3D models enable remote access and reduce cost and hazard for transportation.High resolution 3D models are available upon request. A fee may be charged.
|Collection||Online catalogus Carmentis|
|Subject Terms||archaeological objects, archaeological object|