A side of archaeological remains in Khirbat as-Sarayij

A side of archaeological remains in Khirbat as-Sarayij

A side of archaeological remains in Khirbat as-Sarayij

A side of archaeological remains in Khirbat as-Sarayij

Archaeological excavation in Kharab Sayyar

Archaeological excavation in Kharab Sayyar

Maps of Aleppo: city center and historical suburban aereas, 1982

Maps of Aleppo: city center and historical suburban aereas, 1982

Tourist camels, Palmyra

Tourist camels, Palmyra

Palm trees in Palmyra oasis

Palm trees in Palmyra oasis

Remains of 'Ayn Dara temple built of basalt stones

Remains of ‘Ayn Dara temple built of basalt stones

ʿAyn Dara Temple, Colossal basalt lion

ʿAyn Dara Temple, Colossal basalt lion

Survey of geometry of accumulated rubble, San Salvatore a Campi, Perugia, Italy

Fig.03_section drawings of rubble, with orthographic photography

Simulation of collapse of a façade, lines of vulnerability, San Salvatore a Campi, Perugia, Italy

Fig.17-a_Simulation of-lines of vulnerability

Tower north of Bab Antakiya. Condition after partial collapse

Fig.41-c_Rubble management_Partial collapse of façade in 2019

Numbering application example for the courtyard floor into smaller sections, based on a plan of Bayt Ghazala, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.06_Bayt-Ghazala_room-02

View of wall in danger of collapse, after partial collapse of lower part in Bayt Ghazala (house), Aleppo, Syria

Fig.45-b_wall in danger of collapse

Temporary storage of sorted stones, San Salvatore a Campi, Perugia, Italy

Fig.31-b_storage of sorted related stones

Long-term security measure, protective roof until/ during reconstruction works, San Salvatore a Campi, Perugia, Italy

Fig.33_protective roof

Rubble management, execution of an geodetic grid over rubble heap, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.08_execution of an geodetic grid over rubble heap

Geodetic grid application example for a courtyard and rooms with rubble, based on a plan of Bayt Ghazala, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.05_geodetic grid over rubble heap

Rubble management, design of a geodetic grid over rubble heap, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.09_geodetic grid over rubble heap

Rubble management, measurement work of rubble field, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.11_measurement (survey) of rubble field

Building recording & restoration: print of assembly planwith measurements, out of a 3D scan model, Naga Hathor Chapel, Sudan

Fig.12_3D plan with measurements

Building recording & restoration: photography, Naga Hathor Chapel, Sudan

Fig.13_Photographic view of northern façade of chapel

Digital documentation, orthophoto of façade section, minaret, Great Umayyad Mosque of Aleppo

Fig.15_Digital orthophoto of façade section

Example: rectified photography, Berlin, Admiralspalast, façade Planckstrasse

Fig.16_Rectified photography

Carved and ornamented stone, 1st category remains, from portal of Ujkhan, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.18_1st category, carved and ornamented stone

Damage mapping of Aleppo in database view

2. Recommendation classification, damage mapping in database

Ashlar masonry, 2nd category remains, Barsin mosque, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.24_ashlar voussoire stones within rubble field

Rubble management, storing sorted rubble stones in shelves, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.31_storing sorted rubble stones in shelves

Example for an item inventory form, sculpture, Zeughaus, Berlin, Germany

Fig.30EN_sample item inventory form

Rubble management, all sides photographs of labeled stone/ fragment, Frauenkirche (church), Dresden, Germany

Fig.26_all sides photographs of labeled stone

Damaged ablaq (bicolor) masonry, 2nd category remains, in portal of ʿUlabiyya Khan, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.25_damaged and loose remains