Project description: Virtual Reconstruction of the Sacred Animal Necropolis North of Saqqara, Egypt, based on archaeological documentation. This site, excavated by the Egypt Exploration Society in the 1970s, is a perfect example of a funerary complex dedicated to the worship of the sacred animals during the Late and Ptolemaic periods. Using the excavations’ publications, as well as archival documentation (plans, photographs…) from The EES’s Lucy Gura archive, as a source of information, a 3D model of the site was created, representing the reconstructive hypothesis of one of its phases. 3D modeling, digital sculpting, raster images editing, and vectorial design were the techniques used for this reconstruction. The final goal of this work was to produce photorealistic renders, infographics, and other products to showcase the value of this archaeological site, and facilitate its understanding.