Much more than just a Roman camp: diachronic interpretation of magnetic data from Danube Limes in Croatia
First large-scale magnetic gradiometer surveys with flexible sensor arrays started at the Danube Limes in 2020 and continue. The investigation of Danube Limes sites with extensions of several dozens of hectares revealed unknown Roman military structures as well as archaeological and historical features from Prehistory to modern era. The diachronic approach to magnetic data interpretation is most appropriate for the palimpsest-like historical landscape of the southern Pannonian Basin.
Advances in On- and Offshore Archaeological Prospection
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