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The Lorsch Abbey World Heritage Site is a good example for a detailed London Charter implementation guideline. The information system attempted here strives for a combination of architectural 3D-models based on physical remains with historical and recent source materials. It needs to be suited for sites with heterogeneous and sparse sources, which heavily rely on the interpretation and the possible combination of information. It shall also help to compare and re-evaluate older or differing interpretations of the site. Argumentation networks have been proven to be a useful tool in preparing data for this case study.