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Linking Europe to the Nile:
connecting sites,
monuments, museums, and
historical information
Rosa	Tamborrino	(Politecnico	...
Lisa Snyder
OIT’s	Director
Willeke Wendrich
Cotsen Institute of
archaeology
UCLA
POLITO	Team
Outline
•  Europeana	can	push	cultural	links	and	intersections	across	boundaries	and	
cultures	
•  Europeana	could	provide...
The Nile and the Europe
•  The	relevance	of	the	Mediterranean	cultural	area	
•  for	a	rich	understanding	of	European	cultu...
Maxime	Du	Camp,	Temple	of	Amada
Description	 de	 l'Egypte	 ou	 Recueil	 des	 observations	 et	 des	 recherches	 qui	 ont	 été	 faites	 en	 Egypte	 pendant...
A case study: remains of Nubian temples
Tangible and Intangible Heritage
	
Cultural	
Heritage	
In	Europe	
•  different	cit...
Linking	Tangible	and	
Intangible	Heritage	
Antonio	Beato	
Italian	Photograher	
John	Muir	also	known	as	
John	of	the	Mounta...
since	the	1960’s	a	new	wealth	of	historical	resources	in	libraries	and	archives		
UNESCO	INTERNATIONAL	CAMPAIGN	1960s-	197...
Argentina	
Austria	
Belgium	
Canada	
Czechoslovakia	
Denmark	
Egypt	(Arabic	Rep.	Of)	
Finland	
France	
German	Democratic	R...
Kiosk of Kertassi
The site today Render reconstruction
Kiosk with base, (1908) Kiosk without base, at the end of XIX sec. ...
Temple of Taffa
BIM model of the Taffa temple, now located in the National Museum of Antiquities (Rijksmuseum van Oudheden...
Cartographical	Sources:	data	and	lack	of	data
Draws		about		the	flooding	of	Philae	Island.	(drawing	software:	Autodesk	Revit	and		Adobe	Indesign)
software:	Lumion,	Autodesk	Revit
Temple	of	Gerf	Hussein			
3D video reconstructions, software: Lumion educational
Original source: Edward Lear, Gerf Hoseyn...
Temple of Dendur
Debod Temple in Franz Christian Gau, Antiquité de la
Nubie: ou, monuments inédits des bords du Nil situés
entre la prem...
Temple of Maharraqua
Interactive 3D models, with sketchfab
Owen	Jones		
(1809	-1874)	
Owen Jones, The Grammar of Ornament,
London, Published by day and son,
Lithographers to the Que...
Isis	Temple	in	Philae		Island.	
The	chromatic	features.	
	
	
(rendering	software:	Lumion;	
re-elaboration/post	productions...
how Europeana can be instrumental in creating a new link of intangible heritage of
the Nile through European sites
•  re-c...
Linking Europe to the Nile: connecting sites, monuments, museums and historical information, Rosa Tamborrino (Politecnico ...
Linking Europe to the Nile: connecting sites, monuments, museums and historical information, Rosa Tamborrino (Politecnico ...
Linking Europe to the Nile: connecting sites, monuments, museums and historical information, Rosa Tamborrino (Politecnico ...
Linking Europe to the Nile: connecting sites, monuments, museums and historical information, Rosa Tamborrino (Politecnico ...
Linking Europe to the Nile: connecting sites, monuments, museums and historical information, Rosa Tamborrino (Politecnico ...
Linking Europe to the Nile: connecting sites, monuments, museums and historical information, Rosa Tamborrino (Politecnico ...
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Linking Europe to the Nile: connecting sites, monuments, museums and historical information, Rosa Tamborrino (Politecnico di Torino) and Willeke Wendrich (University of California, Los Angeles)

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In this presentation Tamborrino and Wendrich suggest that Europeana can enable cultural links and intersections across boundaries and cultures, and provide information for lost archaeological sites outside Europe. Set in the context of digital technologies for the humanities, the authors describe the links between the Nile and Europe, and the series of campaigns which have 'discovered' Egyptian monuments dating back to Napolean. A case study looks at the Nubian temples south of the Aswan dam, remains of which can today can be found in various museums around Europe, the US, Egypt and the Sudan. As well as the tangible heritage there is intangible heritage - with associations between Nubia and famous photographers and conservationists. An international campaign lead by UNESCO in from the 1960s when the Aswan dam was constructed lead to the involvement of large numbers of archaeologists from Europe and worldwide in recording monuments such as the temples at Philae, Gerf Hussein, Dendur and Abu Simbel. Various physical and digital archives are available. The authors proposed that Europeana could be instrumental in creating links and re-contextualising the digital content/ digital heritage of the Nile.

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Linking Europe to the Nile: connecting sites, monuments, museums and historical information, Rosa Tamborrino (Politecnico di Torino) and Willeke Wendrich (University of California, Los Angeles)

  1. 1. Linking Europe to the Nile: connecting sites, monuments, museums, and historical information Rosa Tamborrino (Politecnico di Torino, Italy) Willeke Wendrich (University of California, Los Angeles)
  2. 2. Lisa Snyder OIT’s Director Willeke Wendrich Cotsen Institute of archaeology UCLA POLITO Team
  3. 3. Outline •  Europeana can push cultural links and intersections across boundaries and cultures •  Europeana could provide information for (lost) archaeological sites outside Europe •  “Cultural Heritage in Context. Digital Technologies for the Humanities” •  to make contextual and historical information available and reusable •  Linking Architecture and Archaeology : physical space and material remains •  Linking archaeology to Cultural landscapes: multilayer knowledge and multilayer visual narrative • Cultural landscapes in Europeana? Lost contexts?
  4. 4. The Nile and the Europe •  The relevance of the Mediterranean cultural area •  for a rich understanding of European culture and roots •  Links between the Nile and the European culture •  The ‘discovery’ of the Egypt monuments •  the Napoleonic campaign •  studies, research, iconography, narratives surveys on Egypt monuments and civilisation •  ‘Egyptomania’ and effects in architecture •  The Public Use of History - IMPACT
  5. 5. Maxime Du Camp, Temple of Amada
  6. 6. Description de l'Egypte ou Recueil des observations et des recherches qui ont été faites en Egypte pendant l'expédition de l'armée française,1809 Dominique Vivant Denon, Voyage dans la Basse et la Haute Egypte, pendant Les Campagnes du Général Bonaparte, par Vivant Denon, tome I, Londres 1802
  7. 7. A case study: remains of Nubian temples Tangible and Intangible Heritage Cultural Heritage In Europe •  different cities and museums of Europe •  Turin, Leyden, Madrid In the World •  …US (New York) •  …in Egypt •  …in Sudan In Europeana •  Europeana and Lost context •  Linking Tangible and Intangible
  8. 8. Linking Tangible and Intangible Heritage Antonio Beato Italian Photograher John Muir also known as John of the Mountains the Father of NATIONAL PARKS –Scottish American
  9. 9. since the 1960’s a new wealth of historical resources in libraries and archives UNESCO INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN 1960s- 1970s: Documentation and Narratives Remote archives imagery Museums collections architectur al drawings archaeologi cal information surveys Written texts
  10. 10. Argentina Austria Belgium Canada Czechoslovakia Denmark Egypt (Arabic Rep. Of) Finland France German Democratic Republic Germany Ghana Hungary India Italy Netherlands Norway Poland Scandinavian countries Soudan Soviet Union Spain Sweden United Kingdom United States of America Yugoslavia
  11. 11. Kiosk of Kertassi The site today Render reconstruction Kiosk with base, (1908) Kiosk without base, at the end of XIX sec. Kiosk, actual state
  12. 12. Temple of Taffa BIM model of the Taffa temple, now located in the National Museum of Antiquities (Rijksmuseum van Oudheden) in Le Possibility to linking information directly to the 3D model, software: Autodesk Revit
  13. 13. Cartographical Sources: data and lack of data
  14. 14. Draws about the flooding of Philae Island. (drawing software: Autodesk Revit and Adobe Indesign)
  15. 15. software: Lumion, Autodesk Revit
  16. 16. Temple of Gerf Hussein 3D video reconstructions, software: Lumion educational Original source: Edward Lear, Gerf Hoseyn, 15 February 1867, Yale Center for British Art, YCBA/lido-TMS-5288
  17. 17. Temple of Dendur
  18. 18. Debod Temple in Franz Christian Gau, Antiquité de la Nubie: ou, monuments inédits des bords du Nil situés entre la première et la seconde cataracte (dessinés et mesurés en 1819), Paris, Didot, 1822 (BA 8482) Debod Temple in 1822 3D video reconstructions, software: Lumion educational
  19. 19. Temple of Maharraqua Interactive 3D models, with sketchfab
  20. 20. Owen Jones (1809 -1874) Owen Jones, The Grammar of Ornament, London, Published by day and son, Lithographers to the Queen, 1856
  21. 21. Isis Temple in Philae Island. The chromatic features. (rendering software: Lumion; re-elaboration/post productions colors with Adobe Photoshop)
  22. 22. how Europeana can be instrumental in creating a new link of intangible heritage of the Nile through European sites •  re-contextualising the digital contents in an understanding of the archaeological and architectural heritage for education, research, tourism and community involvement Europeana European cultural heritage Outside Europe Intangile Heritage Tangible Heritage in Museums collection Intangible Heritage in libraries, archives

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