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GPR for Archaeology

The need for techniques that provide rapid area coverage and detailed imaging of the subsurface to evaluate the historical sites without intrusive investigations naturally leads to exploiting the power of GPR.

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Its ability to detect ancient foundations and historic infrastructure has made GPR a non-intrusive investigation method of growing interest to archaeologists. GPR is increasingly being used to reduce excavation costs by providing stunning maps of the subsurface.

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Case Studies

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Historic Road Construction

The route of a 600 year old Viking road was unknown but suspected to cross a pasture in Denmark. A marker stone was located near a small stream in the field suggesting the road has passed though the area. In 1992, GPR surveying located the old road beneath the pasture and helped define the internal structure of a road.

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