For the Pärnu Museum I made two 3D models, a boat and a city gate, based on archaeological findings.
They had only recovered a small fraction of the hull of the boat, which is also on display in the museum, so the reconstruction relied heavily on the Kogge, a Medieval trading vessel.
From the gate, they recovered a walkway and foundations of the walls. Old drawings and city plans helped to give us a better idea about how this could have looked like.
I made these 3D illustrations at Velvet Digital Paper.