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Author: Benjamin Jennings; Christopher Gaffney; Thomas Sparrow; Sue Gaffney
Publisher: Oxford : Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, [2017] ©2017
Series: Archaeopress archaeology.
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This volume is a product of the International Conference of Archaeological Prospection 2017 which was hosted by the School of Archaeological and Forensic Sciences at the University of Bradford. This event marked a return to the location of the inaugural conference of archaeological prospection which was held in Bradford in 1995. The conference is held every two years under the banner of the International Society for  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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International Conference on Archaeological Prospection (12th : 2017 : University of Bradford).
12th International Conference of Archaeological Prospection.
Oxford : Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, [2017]
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Jennings; Christopher Gaffney; Thomas Sparrow; Sue Gaffney
ISBN: 9781784916770 1784916773
OCLC Number: 1013188033
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 280 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps (some color)
Contents: Introduction - by Ben Jennings, Chris Gaffney, Tom Sparrow and Sue Gaffney; The use of digital mobile technologies for geoarchaeological survey: the examples of the Pinilla del Valle raw materials project - by Ana Abrunhosa, Joao Cascalheira, Alfredo Perez-Gonzalez, Juan Luis Arsuaga and Enrique Baquedano; A multi-methodological approach on a historic wall structure of Heptapyrgion fortress thessaloniki greece: a case study - by Dimitrios Angelis, Panagiotis Tsourlos, Gregory Tsokas, George Vargemezis and Georgia Zacharopoulou; Settling selection patterns and settlement layout development in the Chalcolithic Cucuteni culture of northeastern Romania. Interpretation and presentation of prospection results - by Andrei Asandulesei, Felix-Adrian Tencariu, Mihaela Asandulesei and Radu-Stefan Balaur; Monitoring marine construction zones through the iterative use of geophysics and diving - by P A Baggaley, L H Tizzard and S H L Arnott; Geophysical studies in Maya sites of the Caribbean coast, Quintana Roo, Mexico - by Luis Barba, Jorge Blancas, Agustin Ortiz, Patricia Meehan, Roberto Magdaleno and Claudia Trejo; Investigations of Esie steatite structures using geophysical, petrological and geotechnical techniques - by A M Bello, V Makinde, O Mustapha and M Gbadebo; Revealing the topography of the Ancient Kition (Larnaka, Cyprus): an integrated approach - by Christophe Benech, Marine Audebert, Antoine Chevalier, Lionel Darras, Sebastien Flageul, Sabine Fourrier, Alexandre Rabot, Faycal Rejiba, Cyril Schamper and Alain Tabbagh; 3D induced polarization and electrical resistivity tomography surveys from an archaeological site - by Meric Aziz Berge and Mahmut Goektug Drahor; Looking for the ancient Nile banks and their relationship with a Neolithic site: the example of Kadruka (Sudan) - by Yves Biere, Pierrick Matignon, Ludovic Bodet and Julien Thiesson; The forgotten castle of the Ciolek family in Zelechow, Mazowieckie province, Poland - by Wojciech Bis, Tomasz Herbich and Robert Ryndziewicz; Living in a post-workhorse world: observations learnt from rapidly acquired electromagnetic induction surveys in Ireland (...when magnetometry just won't do...) - by James Bonsall; The magnetic signature of Ohio earthworks - by Jarrod Burks; Three hundred miles in the footsteps of Vespasian ... and the Ancient Monuments Laboratory - by Paul Cheetham, Dave Stewart and Harry Manley; Identification of buried archaeological features through spectroscopic analysis - by Yoon Jung Choi, Johannes Lampel, David Jordan, Sabine Fiedler and Thomas Wagner; Integration of ground-penetrating radar and magnetic data to better understand complex buried archaeology - by Lawrence B Conyers; Archaeological prospection of Medieval harbours in the North Atlantic - by Joris Coolen, Natascha Mehler, Dennis Wilken, Ronny Wessling, John Preston, Tina Wunderlich and Peter Feldens; Re-visiting Sutton Hoo: revealing new elements of the princely burial ground through ground and aerial remote sensing - by Alexander Corkum, Cathy Batt, Jamie Davis, Chris Gaffney, Mike Langton and Thomas Sparrow; Using geophysical techniques to 'dig deep' at Grave Creek mound for cultural resource management - by Alexander Corkum, Cathy Batt, Jamie Davis, Chris Gaffney, and Thomas Sparrow; Geological and pedological artefacts within UK magnetic gradiometer data for archaeological prospection - by Edward Cox and Rebecca Davies; Moving beyond an identification of 'ferrous': a re-interpretation of geophysical surveys over WW1 practice trenches on salisbury plain - by Nicholas Crabb, Paul Baggaley, Lucy Learmonth, Rok Plesnicar and Tom Richardson; In search of the lost city of Therouanne: a new integrated approach - by Michel Dabas, Francois Blary, Laurent Froideval and Richard Jonvel; Subsurface geophysical approaches to understanding Northern Plains earthlodges - by Rinita A Dalan, George R Holley, Kenneth L Kvamme, Mark D Mitchell and Jay Sturdevant; Geophysics in Iraqi Kurdistan: discovering the origins of urbanism - by Lionel Darras, Christophe Benech and Regis Vallet; Augmenting the interpretative potential of landscape-scale geophysical data - a case from the Stonehenge landscape - by Philippe De Smedt, Henry Chapman and Paul Garwood; Mediterranean sites in archaeological prospection: the case study of Osor, Croatia - by Nives Doneus, Petra Schneidhofer, Michael Doneus, Manuel Gabler, Hannes Schiel, Viktor Jansa and Matthias Kucera; Transforming the search for human origins using new digital technologies, low altitude imaging, and citizen science - by Adrian Evans, Thomas Sparrow, Louise Leakey, Andrew Wilson, Randy Donahue; Magnetometer prospection of Neo-Assyrian sites in the Peshdar Plain, Iraqi Kurdistan - by Joerg W E Fassbinder, Andrei Asandulesei, Karen Radner, Janoscha Kreppner and Andrea Squiteri; Integrated geophysical prospection in a Hittite Empire city (Sapinuwa) - by Mahmut Goektug Drahor, Meric Aziz Berge, Caner OEztuk, Buket Ortan, Atilla Ongar, Aygul Suel, Sedef Ayyildiz, OEnder Seref Avsever and Funda Icke; Marine seismics along the Kane Peninsula - by Annika Fediuk, Dennis Wilken, Tina Wunderlich and Wolfgang Rabbel; Out of the blue: exploring Lost Frontiers in Doggerland - by Simon Fitch; Investigation and virtual visualisation of a probable burial mound and later motte-and-bailey castle from Lower Austria - by Roland Filzwieser, Leopold Toriser, Juan Torrejon Valdelomar and Wolfgang Neubauer; Archaeologicla validation of geophysical data: risks of the archaeological interpretation - by Ekhine Garcia-Garcia, Antonietta Lerz, Roger Sala, Arantza Aranburu, Julian Hill and Juantxo Agirre-Mauleon; The planning of Daskyleion (Turkey), the Achaemenid capital of the Hellespontine Phrygia: report on three survey campaigns (2014-2016) - by Sebastien Gondet; Automation, automation, automation: a novel approach to improving the pre-excavation detection of inhumations - by Ashely Green, Paul Cheetham and Timothy Darvill; Non-invasive investigations at early medieval strongholds in Lubuskie province (western Poland) - by Bartlomiej Gruszka and Lukasz Pospieszny; Geophysical and geochemical definition of a rural medieval churchyard at Furulund, Hedmark, Norway - by Lars Gustavsen,Rebecca J S Cannell, Monica Kristiansen and Erik Nau; Assessing the effect of modern ploughing practices on archaeological remains by combining geophysical surveys and systematic metal detecting - by Lars Gustavsen, Monica Kristiansen, Erich Nau and Bernt Egil Tafjord; Nebelivka, Ukraine: geophysical survey of a complete Trypillia mega-site - by Duncan Hale, John Chapman, Mikhail Videiko, Bisserka Gaydarska, Natalia Burdo, Richie Villis, Natalie Swann, Patricia Voke, Nathan Thomas, Andrew Blair, Ashley Bryant, Marco Nebbia, Andrew Millard and Vitalij Rud; Geophysical prospection in the Natal landscape of the Buddha, southern Nepal - by Duncan Hale, Robin Coningham, Kosh Prasad Acharya, Mark Manuel, Chris Davis and Patricia Voke; A largescale simultaneous magnetometer and electromagnetic induction survey at Sticna Hillfort, Slovenia - by Chrys Harris, Ian Armit, Finnegan Pope-Carter, Graeme Attwood, Lindsey Buster and Chris Gaffney; Geophysical surveying in Egypt and Sudan periodical report for 2015-2016 - by Tomasz Herbich; Not-so good vibrations: removing measurement induced noise from motorized multi-sensor magnetometry data - by Alois Hinterleitner, Immo Trinks, Klaus Loecker, Jakob Kainz, Ralf Totschnig, Matthias Kucera and Wolfgang Neubauer; Electrostatic and GPR survey: case study of the Neuville-aux-Bois church (Loiret, France) - by Guillaume Hulin, Francois Capron, Sebastien Flageul, Francois-Xavier Simon and Alain Tabbagh; Medieval monks seen through a modern landscape - by Freya Horsfield; Changing faces: archaeological interpretations and the multi-stage archaeological prospection of the Roman town of Aregenua - by Karine Jardel, Armin Schmidt, Michel Dabas and Roger Sala; From large- to medium- to small- scale geophysical prospection - by Jakob Kainz; The auxiliary castrum at Inlaceni (Enlaka), Romania: results of the geomagnetic survey 2016 - by Rainer Komp and Ingo Petri; The results of magnetometer prospection as an indicator of the extent and intensity of soil erosion of archaeological sites - by Roman Krivanek; When geology plays a major role in the results of archaeological prospection - case studies from Bohemia - by Roman Krivanek; Geophysical insights and problem solving at Chief Looking's Village, North Dakota, USA - by Kenneth L Kvamme; The iron-age burial mounds of Epe-Niersen, the netherlands: results from magnetometry in the range of +/-1.0 nT - by Lena Lambers, Joerg W E Fassbinder, Karsten Lambers and Quentin Bourgeois; Meninx - geophysical prospection of a Roman town in Jerba, Tunisia - by Lena Lambers, Joerg W E Fassbinder, Stefan Ritter and Sami Ben Tahar; The application of semi-automated vector identification to large scale archaeological data sets considering anomaly morphology - by Neil Linford and Paul Linford; 'Over head and ears in shells' recent examples of geophysical survey of historic designed landscapes and gardens - by Neil Linford, Paul Linford and Andrew Payne; Geophysical survey at bronze age sites in southwestern Slovakia: case studies of fortified settlement in Hoste and burial ground in Majcichov - by Zuzana Litviakova, Roman Pasteka, David Kusnirak, Michal Felcan and Martin Krajnak; From magnetic SQUID prospection to excavation - investigations at Fossa Carolina, Germany - by S Linzen, M Schneider, S Berg-Hobohm, L Werther, P Ettel, C Zielhofer, J Schmidt, J W E Fassbinder, D Wilken, A Fediuk, S Dunkel, R Stolz, H-G Meyer and C S Sommer; Multi-method prospection of an assumed early medieval harbour site and settlement in Goting, island of Foehr (Germany) - by Bente Sven Majchczack, Steffen Schneider, Dennis Wilken and Tina Wunderlich; Ripples in the sand: locating a complete aircraft in the inter-tidal zone - by Peter Masters; Built to last: building a magnetometer cart - advantages and disadvantages in the construction of a bespoke system - by Peter Masters and Gary Cooper; How to make sense out of incomplete geophysical data sets - cases from archaeological sites in north-eastern Croatia - by Cornelius Meyer; The story of two ceramic vessels: geophysical prospection and excavation in the premises of Volkswagen Slovakia - by Peter Milo, Tomas Tencer and Frantisek Zak Matyasowszky; Geophysical survey for understanding Dousaku-Kofun structure - by Chisako Miyamae, Yuki Itabashi and Hiroyuki Kamei; An Achaemenid site in south-east Iran. A magnetic survey at Afraz (Bam-Baravat fault), Kerman - by Kourosh Mohammadkhani and Raha Resaleh; Archaeological Seismic survey: a Case study from Millmount, Drogheda, Ireland - by Igor Murin and Conor Brady; Motorized archaeological geophysical prospection for large infrastructure projects - recent examples from Norway - by Erich Nau, Lars Gustavsen, Monica Kristiansen, Manuel Gabler, Knut Paasche, Alois Hinterleitner and Immo Trinks; Sussing out the super-henge: a multi method survey at Durrington Walls - by Wolfgang Neubauer, Vincent Gaffney, Klaus Loecker, Mario Wallner, Eamonn Baldwin, Henry Chapman, Tanja Trausmuth, Jakob Kainz, Petra Schneidhofer, Matthias Kucera, Georg Zotti, Lisa Aldrian and Hannes Schiel; Urban prospections in The Netherlands, successes and failures - by Joep Orbons; Ultra shallow marine geophysical prospection in the prehistoric site of Lambayanna, Greece - by Nikos Papadopoulos, Julien Beck, Kleanthis Simyrdanis, Gianluca Cantoro, Nasos Argyriou, Nikos Nikas, Tuna Kalayci and Despoina Koutsoumpa; Recent trends in shallow marine archaeological prospection in the eastern Mediterranean - by Nikos Papadopoulos, Kleanthis Simyrdanis and Gianluca Cantoro; Dynamic 3D electrical resistivity tomography for shallow off-shore archaeological prospection - by Nikos Papadopoulos and Kleanthis Simyrdanis; Designing workflows in the Paphos Agora project: first results of an integrated methodological approach - by Ewdoksia Papuci-Wladyka, Tomasz Kalicki, Wojciech Ostrowski, Martina Seifert, Lukasz Miszk, Weronika Winiarska, Nikola Babucic and Michael Antonakis; A new semi-automated interpretation of concave and convex features in digital archaeogeophysical datasets - by R Pasteka, S Hroncek, M Felcan, P Milo, D Wilken and R Putiska; Integrated geophysical, archaeological and geological surveys for the characterization of Tusculum archaeological site (Rome, Italy) - by Salvatore Piro, Elisa Iacobelli, Enrico Papale and Valeria Beolchini; Integrated geophysical and archaeological surveys to study the archaeological site of Cerveteri (Rome, Italy) - by Salvatore Piro, Enrico Papale, Daniela Zamuner and Vincenzo Bellelli; The challenges of reconstructing the archaeological landscape around the castle in Goluchow, Poland - by Michal Pisz and Inga Gluszek; The Wenner array not as black as it is painted - surveying shallow architectural remains with the Wenner array. A case study of surveys in Szydlow, Poland, and Tibiscum, Romania - by Michal Pisz and Tomasz Olszacki; Live-streaming for the real-time monitoring of geophysical surveys - by F Pope-Carter, C Harris, G Attwood and T Eyre; Urban archaeology in Affile (Rome-Italy): preliminary results of the ground penetrating radar survey - by Valeria Poscetti and Davide Morandi; The late-Roman site of Santa Margarida d'Empuries. Combining geophysical methods to characterize a settlement and its landscape - by Roger Sala, Helena Ortiz-Quintana, Ekhine Garcia-Garcia, Pere Castanyer, Marta Santos and Joaquim Tremoleda; Exploring the urban fabric of ancient Haliartos, Boetia (Greece) through remote sensing techniques - by Apostolos Sarris, Tuna Kalayci, Manolis Papadakis, Nikos Nikas, Matjaz Mori, Emeri Farinetti, Bozidar Slapsak and John Bintliff; Revealing the structural details of the minoan settlement of Sissi, eastern Crete, through geophysical investigations - by Apostolos Sarris, Meropi Manataki, Sylviane Dederix and Jan Driessen; What you see is what you get? Complimentary multi-scale prospection in an extant upland landscape, Yorkshire Dales National Park, UK - by Mary K Saunders; A king and his paradise? A major Achaemenid garden palace in the Southern Caucasus - by M Scheiblecker, J W E Fassbinder, F Becker, A Asandulesei, M Gruber and K Kaniuth; Large-scale high-resolution magnetic prospection of the KGAs Rechnitz, Austria - by Hannes Schiel, Wolfgang Neubauer, Klaus Loecker, Ralf Totschnig, Mario Wallner, Tanja Trausmuth, Matthias Kucera, Immo Trinks, Alois Hinterleitner, Alexandra Vonkilch and Martin Fera; When the time is right: the impact of weather variations on the contrast in earth resistance data - by Armin Schmidt, Robert Fry, Andrew Parkyn, James Bonsall and Chris Gaffney; SQUID-based magnetic geoprospection: a base technology of multimodal approaches in applied geophysics - by M Schneider, S Linzen, M Schiffler, S Dunkel, R Stolz and D Baumgarten; Investigating the influence of seasonal changes on high-resolution GPR data: the Borre Monitoring Project - by Petra Schneidhofer, Christer Tonning, Vibeke Lia, Brynhildur Baldersdottir, Julie Karina Ohre Askjem, Lars Gustavsen, Erich Nau, Monica Kristiansen, Immo Trinks, Terje Gansum, Knut Paasche and Wolfgang Neubauer; A ghostly harbour? How delusive gradiometric data can be and how seismic waveform inversion might help - by Michaela Schwardt, Daniel Koehn, Tina Wunderlich, Dennis Wilken, Wolfgang Rabbel, Thomas Schmidts and Martin Seeliger; Testing boundaries: integrated prospection from site to lanscape in western Sicily - by Christopher Sevara, Michael Doneus, Erich Draganits, Rosa Cusumano, Cipriano Frazzetta, Barbara Palermo, Filippo Pisciotta, Rosamaria Stallone, Ralf Totschnig, Sebastiano Tusa and Antonina Valenti; Potential of multi-frequency electromagnetic induction in volcanic soils for archaeological prospection - by Francois-Xavier Simon, Alain Tabbagh, Bertrand Douystessier, Mathias Pareil-Peyrou, Alfredo Mayoral and Philippe Labazuy; 3D electrical resistivity imaging in shallow marine environment: case study at the harbor "KATO pafos", cyprus - by Kleanthis Simyrdanis, Nikos Papadopoulos and Gianluca Cantoro; Skills and protocols for archaeological interpretation in a multispectral geophysical survey world - by Lewis Somers; The status, role and acceptance of geophysical methods in Norwegian archaeology - by Arne Anderson Stamnes; Integrating GPR and excavation at Roman Aeclanum (Avellino, Italy) - by Guglielmo Strapazzon, Ben Russell and Girolamo F De Simone; Prospection at the Medamud (Egypt) site: building archaeological meaning from the geophysical in situ measurements - by Julien Thiesson, Felix Relats Montserrat, Christelle Sanchez, Roger Guerin and Faycal Rejiba; Results of the GPR survey of former Roman churches in Slovakia - by J Tirpak, M Bielich, M Martinak and D Besina; From integrated interpretative mapping to virtual reconstruction - a practical approach on the Roman town of Carnuntum - by Juan Torrejon Valdelomar, Mario Wallner, Klaus Loecker, Christian Gugl, Wolfgang Neubauer, Michael Klein, Nika Jancsary-Luznik, Tanja Trausmuth, Alexandra Vonkilch, Tomas Tencer, Lisa Aldrian and Michael Doneus; Extensive high-resolution ground-penetrating radar surveys - by Immo Trinks, Alois Hinterleitner, Klaus Loecker, Mario Wallner, Roland Filzwieser, Hannes Schiel, Manuel Gabler, Erich Nau, Julia Wilding, Viktor Jansa, Petra Schneidhofer, Tanja Trausmuth and Wolfgang Neubauer; The challenge of investigating the tumulus of Kastas in Amphipolis (northern Greece) - by G N Tsokas, P I Tsourlos, J-H Kim, M-Z Yi and G Vargemezis; Deserted fortified Medieval villages in South Moravia - by Michal Vagner, Tomas Tencer, Petr Dresler, Michaela Pristakova, Jakub Simik and Jan Zeman; The Guaquira-Tiwanaku project (Bolivia): a multidisciplinary approach of ancient societies/environment interactions - by M-A Vella, G Bievre, R Guerin, J Thiesson and C Camerlynck; Semi-automated object detection in GPR data using morphological filtering - by Lieven Verdonck, Alessandro Launaro, Martin Millett, Frank Vermeulen and Giovanna Bellini; The diverse role of electromagnetic induction survey in development-led alluvial (geo-)archaeology: prehistoric and (post-)Medieval landscape archaeology at Prosperpolder Zuid (north-west Belgium) - by Jeroen Verhegge, Timothy Saey, Pieter Laloo, Machteld Bats and Philippe Crombe; Multi-channel GPR surveys for the detection of buried Iron-Age settlement remains: a case study from Barby ring fort, OEland, Sweden - by Andreas Viberg ; Unique details on the structural elements of a Neolithic site in Velm, Lower Austria - the necessity of integrated prospection and visualization in archaeological prospection - by Mario Wallner, Juan Torrejon Valdelomar, Immo Trinks, Michael Doneus, Wolfgang Neubauer, Hannes Schiel, Tanja Trausmuth, Alexandra Vonkilch and Alois Hinterleitner; Castra Terra Culmensis - results of non-invasive surveys of the Teutonic Order's strongholds in the Culmerland (Poland) - by Marcin Wiewiora, Krzysztof Misiewicz, Wieslaw Malkowski and Miron Bogacki; Imaging a Medieval shipwreck with 3D marine reflection seismics - by Dennis Wilken, Hannes Hollmann, Tina Wunderlich, Clemens Mohr, Detlef Schulte-Kortnack and Wolfgang Rabbel; Seeing is believing? Non-destructive research of the western Lesser Poland upland, 2010-2017 - by Piotr Wroniecki
Series Title: Archaeopress archaeology.
Other Titles: 12th international conference of archaeological prospection
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