Archaeological field evaluations in Vieux-Aregenua: the benefits of combining geophysical surveys and trial trenches
The Roman city Vieux-Aregenua was already the subject of a pilot test. Magnetometer and electromagnetic induction (EMI) surveys were carried out. The trial trenches of the archaeological field evaluation were strategically placed as to take into account the results of the survey. The surveys allowed definition of the general layout, to characterise the areas and surfaces, and the identification of the buildings. The combined analysis of geophysics and trial trenches permitted the re-examination of the interpretation of geophysical anomalies.
Advances in On- and Offshore Archaeological Prospection
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