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Drone analysis of medieval fortifications: the district of Loja in the Nasrid kingdom of Granada

AuthorsGarcía-Pulido, Luis José CSIC ORCID; Ruiz-Jaramillo, Jonathan; Peñalver Martín, Sara
KeywordsUAV applications in different environments
3D modeling from UAVs for the visualization preservation, and sharing of complex architectures
Documentation of Cultural Heritage
Photogrammetric acquisition procedures
Definition of new and unique databases and systems of representation of the Cultural Heritage
Issue Date2022
PublisherUniversità degli Studi dell'Aquila
CitationDISEGNARECON 15(29): DW.2-DW.13 (2022)
Abstract[EN] The last Islamic kingdom in the Iberian Peninsula was ruled by the Nasrid dynasty during the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries around Granada. It was divided into about twenty administrative districts, and Loja, located in the northern center area, was one of the most important and strategic ones. It had a high density of fortifications of different nature, some of which date back to very ancient times. This contribution is the result of the intense digital documentation that has been carried out on the graphic representation of these assets. They have been completed with the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) to obtain the necessary graphic information to represent these architectures by means of precise planimetrical surveys, documenting and diagnosing their current state.
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