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The study primarily aims at providing adequate imaging resolution of large and prominent targets of archaeological interest, such as pyramids and tumuli, at all depth levels. We implemented an integrated seismic tomography and georadar (STG) technique to perform high-resolution imaging and characterization of tumuli (burial mounds). We tested the proposed(More)
Integrated remote sensing and geophysical methods can provide detailed information about buried cultural heritage. We implemented an integrated survey protocol (IREGA, Integrated REmote-sensing and Geophysical prospecting for Archaeology) and tested the performance of the method in the area of the ancient Roman town of Aquileia, NE Italy, to define and(More)
Resolution is a crucial parameter in pre-excavation surveys of archaeological sites. Geophysical methods based on Laplace (gravity, magnetics), diffusion (e.g. low-frequency electromagnetics) and wave equations (i.e. seismics and ground-penetrating radar GPR) are often applied in this sequence to attain increasing detail about subsurface characteristics(More)
Bibliografia Böhm, G., Rossi G. e Vesnaver A.; 1999: Minimum time ray-tracing for 3-D irregular grids.: Progetto WISE-Evoluzione della calotta occidentale nel mare di Ross (Antartide). Prima parte – L'acquisizione sismica e l'elaborazione in tempi. Atti 25° convegno GNGTS (CDROM). We jointly invert Rayleigh wave dispersion curves and refraction travel times(More)
An interdisciplinary study of the archaeological landscape of the Trieste area (northeastern Italy), mainly based on airborne light detection and ranging (LiDAR), ground penetrating radar (GPR), and archaeological surveys, has led to the discovery of an early Roman fortification system, composed of a big central camp (San Rocco) flanked by two minor forts.(More)
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