The contribution of geophysical and spectral imaging techniques in the archaeological investigations of Minoan Koumasa
A manifold geophysical strategy has been carried out for mapping the Minoan cemetery and settlement of Koumasa, S. Crete. Multispectral imaging was used as a complementary method to investigate associations with the geophysical results. The GNVI proved the most effective in this task. Archaeological excavations have verified a number of features suggested by the remote sensing methods.
Advances in On- and Offshore Archaeological Prospection
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