Experimental examination of the possibilities of geophysical methods in wooded and rugged terrain: case study of the defunct medieval glasswork Vysoká Jedle in the Ore Mountains
Rugged and wooded terrains of mountains limit possibilities of archaeological prospection. Various production or exploitation areas are typical for Czech mountain regions. Magnetometer survey of medieval glass works has been standard geophysical method for decades. The other geophysical methods could be also successful in glass furnaces identification or study. Magnetic susceptibility survey with a Multi Kappa instrument observes the state of production feature.
Advances in On- and Offshore Archaeological Prospection
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