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Scientists Recreate Artifacts Destroyed In Syrian War Using 3D Scans

“The Italian models are one-to-one reconstructions based on extensive documentation of various kinds. After being created using 3-D printing techniques, the reproductions were then covered with a layer of plastic material mixed with stone powder and finished by hand to replicate the original as closely as possible.”
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