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P072 Radar mapping of a Roman villa-estate at Baláca Hungary Summary 1 This paper summarises the short history of the geophysical research carried out in Hungary at the Roman archaeological site Baláca in the last twenty years also mentioning the results of the earlier and contemporary excavation activity concerning the geophysical aspects. The mapping of the NE corner of the Roman villa-estate is discussed in detail. The first measurements started with resistivity profiling in 1984 only with general overview purposes. On the resulted anomaly map new – earlier unknown – remnants (traces of building) were discovered. After 15 years of

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2005-09-04
2020-12-01
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