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Cardboard Plans for 3-D Scanned Objects

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Academy of Natural Sciences

Mastodon mandible collected by William Clark for Thomas Jefferson (VCU_3D_4143): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/05/11/cardboard-plans-for-a-mastodon-mandible-collected-by-william-clark-for-thomas-jefferson/

Assateague Island National Seashore

Ground stone axe from Assateague Island National Seashore (VCU_3D_4978):  https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/cardboard-plans-for-ground-stone-axe-from-assateague-island-national-seashore/ 

Boonshoft Museum of Discovery

Replica Egyptian falcon sculpture from the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery (VCU_3D_3197): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/05/05/cardboard-plans-for-egyptian-falcon-sculpture-from-the-boonshoft-museum-of-discovery/

Reconstructed Giant Ground Sloth Skull from the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery (VCU_3D_3996) from a fossil (VCU_3D_3211): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/24/cardboard-plans-for-reconstructed-giant-ground-sloth-skull-from-the-boonshoft-museum-of-discovery/

Reconstruction of Egyptian mummy Nesiur from the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery (VCU_3D_5170): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/cardboard-plans-for-egyptian-mummy-reconstruction-of-nesiur/ 

Germanna Archaeology

Ground stone axe from Orange County, Virginia and Germanna Archaeology (VCU_3D_4584): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/cardboard-plan-for-ground-stone-axe-from-orange-county-virginia/ 

HNB Garhwal University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography

Terracotta figurine of a dancing woman  (VCU_3D_1934). Original is on exhibit at the Hnbgu Srinagar Garhwal Uttarakhand Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography: https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/26/cardboard-plans-for-terracotta-figurine-of-a-dancing-woman-from-hnb-garhwal-university/

Terracotta figurine of person riding an elephant (VCU_3D_3585). Original is on exhibit at the Hnbgu Srinagar Garhwal Uttarakhand Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography: https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/26/cardboard-plans-for-terracotta-figurine-of-a-person-riding-elephant-from-hnb-garhwal-university/

Independence National Historical Park

Mastodon molar that belonged to Benjamin Franklin and recovered archaeologically from Franklin Court (VCU_3D_2195): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/21/cardboard-plan-for-mastodon-molar-that-belong-to-benjamin-franklin/

Isle of Wight County Museum

World’s oldest ham from the Isle of Wight County Museum (VCU_3D_3709): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/24/cardboard-plan-for-the-worlds-oldest-ham/

Bust of Eustis Huger, son of Confederate General Benjamin Huger,  from the Isle of Wight County Museum (VCU_3D_4914): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/25/cardboard-plans-for-bust-of-confederate-general-benjamin-huger/

Dog sculpture that held lollipops from the Isle of Wight County Museum (VCU_3D_4915):  https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/24/cardboard-plan-for-a-dog-sculpture-that-held-lollipops-from-the-isle-of-wight-county-museum/ 

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Rhynchotherium Mandible from the Las Vegas Natural History Museum (VCU_3D_3804): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/15/cardboard-plans-for-a-rhynchotherium-mandible/ 

Rhynchotherium Skull from the Las Vegas Natural History Museum (VCU_3D_3805):  https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/14/cardboard-plans-for-a-rhynchotherium-skull/

Hadrosauroid vertebra from the Las Vegas Natural History Museum (VCU_3D_5138): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/21/cardboard-plan-for-hadrosauroid-vertebra/ 

New York State Museum

Cohoes mastodon skull from the New York State Museum (VCU_3D_3632 and VCU_3D_3634): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/15/cardboard-plans-for-the-cohoes-mastodon-skull/ 

Cohoes mastodon tusk from the New York State Museum (VCU_3D_3634): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/05/01/cardboard-plans-for-a-tusk-of-the-cohoes-mastodon-from-the-new-york-state-museum/ 

Temple Mastodon Right Femur from the New York State Museum (VCU_3D_3636): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/05/01/cardboard-plans-for-the-temple-mastodon-right-femur-from-the-new-york-state-museum/ 

Giant Beaver Skull from the New York State Museum (VCU_3D_3639): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/23/cardboard-plans-for-a-giant-beaver-skull-from-the-new-york-state-museum/

Titanothere molar from the New York State Museum (VCU_3D_4299): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/24/cardboard-model-of-a-titanothere-molar-from-the-new-york-state-museum/ 

Marsupial Lion Skull Cast from the New York State Museum (VCU_3D_4332): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/05/01/cardboard-plans-for-a-marsupial-lion-skull-cast-from-the-new-york-state-museum/

Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History

Megalonyx left femur from the collections of the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History (VCU_3D_4837): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/26/cardboard-plan-for-left-femur-of-a-megalonyx-from-the-smithsonian/

Dire wolf skull from the La Brea Tar Pits in the collections of the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History (VCU_3D_5118): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/17/cardboard-plans-for-dire-wolf-skull-from-the-smithsonian-institution-national-museum-of-natural-history/

Virginia Department of Historic Resources

Betsy Shipwreck Sheave from the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (VCU_3D_487): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/make-a-cardboard-sheave-from-betsy-a-revolutionary-war-shipwreck/

Betsy Shipwreck Deadeye from the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (VCU_3D_488): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/12/from-3-d-to-2-d-to-3-d-make-your-own-revolutionary-war-shipwreck-artifact/ 

Mastodon molar from Saltville from the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (VCU_3D_4734): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/make-a-cardboard-mastodon-molar-from-saltville-virginia/

Betsy Shipwreck Pulley from the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (VCU_3D_4950): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/make-a-cardboard-pulley-from-betsy-a-revolutionary-war-shipwreck/

Western Science Center

Camelops skull with carnivore damage from the Western Science Center (VCU_3D_2174): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/cardboard-plans-for-camelops-skull-with-carnivore-damage/ 

Pacific Mastodon caudal vertebra from the Western Science Center (VCU_3D_3092): https://vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/cardboard-plans-for-a-pacific-mastodon-caudal-vertebra/ 

 

 

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