Large-scale motorised prospection along the “SuedLink” route in Lower Franconia
Large-scale archaeological prospection has proven itself as an essential tool in advance of a linear infrastructure project. The non-destructive survey is a basis for infrastructural planning and the protection of archaeological sites. More than 410 ha of high-resolution motorized geomagnetics were surveyed within six weeks. Such infrastructure projects can also be seen as an opportunity for archaeological research.
Advances in On- and Offshore Archaeological Prospection
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