Anasayfa Araştırma Grupları SAAG Devam Eden Projeler Sualtı Kültür Mirası 2008-2009 ISBSA sunumu
ISBSA sunumu
Yazar Güzden Varinlioğlu   
Salı, 20 Ekim 2009 14:53

altSAD olarak 2006 yılında "Arkeopark", 2007 yılında  "Sanal Müze", 2008 yılında "Erkut Arcak Bilim Kampı" ve en son olarak 2009 yılında "Sualtı Kültür Mirası" adı altında yaptığımız çalışmalarının sunumunu "12th International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology (ISBSA)" sempozyumunda gerçekleştirdik. 

 

 

 

Title:  Between the Seabed and the Public: Data Collection for a Virtual Museum on the Underwater Survey at Kaş, Turkey 

Varinlioğlu, Güzden[1], Denel, Elif[2]

The survey projects conducted at Kaş in south Turkey during the seasons of 2007 and 2008 emerged as parts of a scheme first to collect data in the region of Kaş through underwater survey and second to develop and to test methods for training both archaeologists and recreational divers who were inexperienced in techniques of underwater research.  One general aim of the projects is to contribute to the development of a technical framework for collecting information without disturbing the underwater cultural heritage.  The wide-extent of the Mediterranean coast of Turkey alone contains a substantial amount of remains for maritime activity from different periods of history.  Yet the insufficient numbers of trained specialists to conduct underwater archaeology prevents proper recording of this aspect of the Turkish cultural heritage. Survey projects at Kaş emerged with the aim to develop a program for training divers of a variety of educational and professional backgrounds, who can subsequently participate in and contribute to a variety of underwater survey projects.  Another aim of these projects is to share with expert audiences the collected information by means of an interactive system on digital media.  As such, collected information from underwater sites will contribute to a steadily growing body of data assembled in a Virtual Museum of a Turkish underwater cultural heritage.  A sufficiently large body of collected information shall provide specialists proper data for determining ancient sea routes and interpreting Mediterranean systems of trade at different periods of antiquity.


[1] Güzden Varinlioğlu, PhD candidate under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Bülent Özgüç, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey, Art, Design and Architecture Department; Principal Manager on behalf of SAD (Sualtı Araştırmaları Derneği; Underwater Research Association), Y. Sancak Mah. Tiflis Cad. 54/2 Çankaya/Ankara Turkey, Tel: 0312 440 3520, e-posta: Bu e-posta adresini spambotlara karşı korumak için JavaScript desteğini açmalısınız .

[2] SAD (Sualtı Araştırmaları Derneği; Underwater Research Association), Y. Sancak Mah. Tiflis Cad. 54/2 Çankaya/Ankara Turkey, Tel: 0312 440 3520, e-posta: Bu e-posta adresini spambotlara karşı korumak için JavaScript desteğini açmalısınız .