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This paper tests the applicability of an unmanned aerial system (UAS) in obtaining spatial data from archaeological sites in forested areas. Our case study discusses the remains of the anti‐Turkish fortifications called ‘Turške Šance’—the defensive ditches that are preserved in the area of the...
Geophysical investigations have become standard in archaeological practice to map sites and help select location for excavation, but the application of these techniques in real time during excavation to help anticipate feature location and maximize recovery has not been developed. This paper...
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