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Abstract

Archaeological problems as considerations on the extent, the structure and the preservation state of an archaeological site can be solved very quickly and cost effective by archaeological prospection. The use of both prospection methods, high resolution magnetic and ground penetrating radar (GPR), became very successful in investigating Roman sites in Austria. High resolution magnetic prospection delivers not only information about the extent and structure of a Roman town, but also important indications of former wooden- and burned archaeological features. Prospecting 30.000 square meters a day even large sites can be surveyed within reasonable time applying magnetic

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2002-09-08
2020-09-29
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