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AQUILEIA
2011

Geophysical Prospection: a Powerful Non-destructive Research Method for the Detection, Mapping and Preservation of Monuments and

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Geophysical Prospection: a Powerful Non-destructive Research Method for the Detection, Mapping and Preservation of Monuments and
Geophysical Prospection has yielded remarkable results to the research in Archaeology. Besides the recognition of places, also the earlier uses of a site can be reconstructed. Therefore, the geophysical techniques help to understand the layout of a site and raise new research questions. In this paper, we summarize the main geophysical prospection methods for archaeology: magnetic, radar and resistivity-based techniques. We also present results of combined methods that have been employed for the survey on the Bavarian sites of the “Obergermanisch-raetischer Limes”, frontiers of the Roman empire.
Jörg W. E. Fassbinder
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Type Journal
Year 2011
Where AQUILEIA
Authors Jörg W. E. Fassbinder
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