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Reconstructing the Roman site “Aquis Querquennis” (Spain) from GPR, T-LiDAR and IRT data

PublicationsPosted by Lara Pajewski Thu, May 31, 2018 15:57:04

Aquis Querquennis was a Roman camp located in Galicia (Bande, Spain), on the banks of the Limia river. It was occupied between the last quarter of the first century and the middle of the second century. The first archaeological excavations were made in the 1920s and the overall settlement occupies three hectares. This open access paper (with acknowledgement to COST Action TU1208) presents a three-dimensional reconstruction of the site, achieved by using GPR and T-LiDAR data, complemented with infrared thermography.

Puente, I.; Solla, M.; Lagüela, S.; Sanjurjo-Pinto, J. Reconstructing the Roman Site “Aquis Querquennis” (Bande, Spain) from GPR, T-LiDAR and IRT Data Fusion. Remote Sens. 2018, 10, 379.

Read the full paper here: https://doi.org/10.3390/rs10030379







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