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New perspectives to save cultural heritage
Altan, M. Orhan

Cl PA 2003 XIX th International Symposium, 30 September - 04 October, 2003, Antalya, Turkey
Figure.4 Drawing of statues at Bilga Tonyukuk
The photogrammetric restitution of work of arts in Bilga
Tonyukuk Monument was succesfully obtained. As a result,
status of work of arts in 2001 were documented. After this
work, except for two inscriptions, all other parts were
transferred into museum being near to monument. Winter in
Mongolia is very long and severe. There are many Turkish
Monuments in Mongolia. The work-period of historiens,
language researchers and architects on these work of art is very
limited. Writing of inscriptions can be seen on certain period of
day’s according to sunlight. Because of insufficient writing
depth on inscriptions, when sunlight is not convenient, writing
of inscriptions is not visible. Therefore, documented historical,
language research and architectural is disrupted. Similarly, this
condition exists on the document of ornament on statues. The
photograph of objects were only taken on suitable duration and
position of sunlight.The site works could be only complited to
measure the ground control points on the objects at any time.
Restitution works were then complited at office to overcome the
difficulties on the site works fo historical, architectural and
language research subjects.
This authors wish to acknowledge the financial assistance given
by the Turkish International Cooperation Agency (T1CA).
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