Historical and Archaeological Documentation

Historical and archaeological documentation includes the following:

1) Physical survey of the site: Includes photographic documentation of the current situation and identification of special elements.

Example A of Documenting the Current Situation using a regular photographic survey (Building 14/13, Old Akko, June 2015)

Example A of Documenting the Current Situation using a regular photographic survey (Building 14/13, Old Akko, June 2015)

Example B of Documenting the Current Situation using digital photogrammetry (Building 10/31, Old Akko, June 2015)

Example B of Documenting the Current Situation using digital photogrammetry (Building 10/31, Old Akko, June 2015)

Example C of Documenting the Current Situation, focusing on special elements using a regular photographic survey (Building 11/330, "Abu Christo", Old Akko, June 2015)

Example C of Documenting the Current Situation, focusing on special elements using a regular photographic survey (Building 11/330, “Abu Christo”, Old Akko, June 2015)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2) Archival research: Includes identifying images that can help reveal the change over time of a site and historical/archaeological research about the location of the site.

Example A of Archival Research, identifying historic images of the site (Building 11/330, "Abu Christo", Old Akko, June 2015)

Example A of Archival Research, identifying historic images of the site (Building 11/330, “Abu Christo”, Old Akko, June 2015)

Example B of Archival Research, identifying historic maps of the site (Building 14/13, Old Akko, June 2015)

Example B of Archival Research, identifying historic maps of the site (Building 14/13, Old Akko, June 2015)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3) Stages of Development: Includes the creation of 3D models (if necessary) to show the stages of development as well as orthorectified color-coded imagery of specific aspects.

Example A of Stages of Development, using a color-coded orthophoto created from a photogrammetric model  (Building 12/180, 181, Old Akko, December 2014)

Example A of Stages of Development, using a color-coded orthophoto created from a photogrammetric model (Building 12/180, 181, Old Akko, December 2014)

Example B of Stages of Development, using sketchup to represent the stages (Building 11/330, "Abu Christo", Old Akko, June 2015)

Example B of Stages of Development, using sketchup to represent the stages (Building 11/330, “Abu Christo”, Old Akko, June 2015)

Example C of Stages of Development, showing  an example of one of the stages with a photograph of the location (Building 10/31, Old Akko, June 2015)

Example C of Stages of Development, showing an example of one of the stages with a photograph of the location (Building 10/31, Old Akko, June 2015)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4) Urban Survey: Includes the evaluation of the neighborhood and the function of the building or location within the neighborhood over time. 

Example of Urban Survey, contemporary usage (Building 11/330, "Abu Christo", Old Akko, June 2015)

Example of Urban Survey, contemporary usage (Building 11/330, “Abu Christo”, Old Akko, June 2015)

Example of Urban Survey, historic usage (Building 11/330, "Abu Christo", Old Akko, June 2015)

Example of Urban Survey, historic usage (Building 11/330, “Abu Christo”, Old Akko, June 2015)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5) Architectural Element Documentation: Includes drawings, sections and plan views of important architectural elements within a building or site.

6) Site evaluation: At the conclusion of the work, a series of conclusions and recommendations will be provided to help guide the work going forward.

 


 

List of Projects by City

Akko (Old City)  | Akko (New City)  | Mi’ilya

Note: Completed projects are italicized. Current projects are in bold.

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Akko (Old City)

-Building 10/31 (Two Projects)
-Building 10/42
-Building 10/63, 64
-Building 10/108
-Building 11/21, “The Beydoun Family Home”
-Building 11/144
-Building 11/169
-Building 11/330, “Abu Christo Restaurant AKA Qahwet al-Bahr, the former Port Complex of Akko”
-Building 12/180, 181
-Building 13/119
-Building 13/168
-Building 13/182
-Building 14/13 (Two Projects)
-Building 14/14, 15

 



Akko (New City)

-Weizman 23 (18002/116)

 

 



Mi’ilya

-Cafe Bernard (Archival Research Only)