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Acoustic Reconstruction of Buildings in the Ancient City of Olympia
Virtual acoustics can assist the aural exploration and the study of the acoustic properties of famous buildings of the antiquity. Here, examples of such reconstruction of ritual and public buildings of the ancient Greek city of Olympia are presented and findings of their acoustic behavior are introduced, especially with respect to the modes of speech communication and general functionality. Examples of these auralisations are presented and are made available in an electronic address.
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