“The Kerameikos was the ancient burial grounds used by 5th-century Athens to honor their war-dead. Researching commemoration of Athenian casualties impacts not only our understanding of ancient memorialization, but also of state-driven propaganda projects and nascent democratic societies. The aim of this study was to identify the experiential reality of the “public tomb” through a three-dimensional reconstruction of the kerameikos area. The disciplines of architecture, digital humanities, archaeology, and history were combined to facilitate an accurate visualization of Athenian war dead commemoration” – Michael van Ginkel