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Archaeologia Polona Vol. 53 (2015)

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  • Archaeologia Polona
    • Archaeologia Polona Vol. 53 (2015)
      • Herbich, Tomasz, 2015, Editorial
      • Benech, Christophe, 2015, Alain Tabbagh
      • Fassbinder, Jörg, 2015, Helmut Becker
      • 2015, Contents
      • Herbich,Tomasz, 2015, Magnetic prospecting in archaeological research: a historical outline
      • Furmanek, Mirosław, 2015, Uncovering Neolithic and Early Bronze Age landscapes: new data from southwestern Poland
      • Jaworski, Marcin, 2015, Magnetic survey of the abandoned medieval town of Nieszawa
      • Zych, Iwona, 2015, Magnetic prospection in the service of uncovering the Hellenistic and Roman port of Berenike on the Red Sea in Egypt
      • Becker, Helmut, 2015, From proton- to caesium-magnetometry ‒ my 40 years in archaeological prospection
      • Hesse, Albert, 2015, Early experiments with the use of new surveying methods in the archaeology of the Nile Valley
      • Rączkowski, Włodzimierz, 2015, Archaeology and remote sensing technologies: (un)happy couple with prospects?
      • Tabbagh, Alain, 2015, Snapshots concerning the role of archaeology/archaeometry in the birth and progress of geophysical exploration
      • Dabas, Michel, 2015, From WWI to World Files: collaborative work in archaeology through the use of Internet technologies
      • Hulin, Guillaume, 2015, A geophysical survey at Schlumberger’s Val Richer residence: between archaeology and the history of science
      • Trinks, Immo, 2015, Interdiciplinary archaeological prospection at unprecented scale and resolution. The first five years of the LBI ArchPro Research Initiative 2010-2015
      • Campana, Stefano, 2015, Emptyscapes: filling “empty” Mediterranean landscapes, mapping the archaeological continuum
      • Leusen, Martijn van, 2015, Closing the loop. Extracting more value out of archeogeophysical surveys in the Raganello Basin
      • Forstner-Müller, Irene, 2015, Archaeological and geophysical survey of Tell el-Dabᶜa, an ancient town in the Nile Delta
      • Benech, Christophe, 2015, Contribution of geophysics to research on city planning in the ancient and classical Near East
      • Zickgraf, Benno, 2015, Geophysical survey or archaeological prospection? A plea for archaeological feedback
      • Herbich, Tomasz, 2015, Creating a new standard: medieval town(s) within a remote sensing perspective
      • Helwing, Barbara, 2015, What you see is what you get: some reflections on the impact of geophysical data on the strategies of archaeological fieldwork, based on case studies from Iran and Azerbaijan
      • Dieudonné-Glad, Nadine, 2015, Do magnetic and electric survey results correlate with archaeological evidence? Case studies
      • Kastler, Raimund, 2015, The multiple benefits of archaeological geophysical prospection in Salzburg. Ten years of archaeological feedback in retrospect
      • Armstrong, Kayt, 2015, The whole is greater than the sum of the parts: combining fieldwalking data and geophysical survey in the study of minor Roman centres
      • Asăndulesei, Andrei, 2015, Magnetic prospecting on Chalcolithic sites in north-eastern Romania: some considerations regarding intrasite spatial organisation
      • Bulas, Jan, 2015, Non-invasive prospection of two Iron Age sites in Michałowice, southern Poland
      • Chowaniec, Roksana, 2015, Comparison of the results of magnetic and gradient surveys with the real situation in the field on the basis of excavations at Akrai/Acrae, south-eastern Sicily. New possibilities for the interpretation of geophysical maps
      • Dulęba, Przemysław, 2015, Searching for Celts in Upper Silesia. Verification by excavation of a geophysical survey in Samborowice
      • Herbich, Tomasz, 2015, Geophysical surveying in Egypt: periodical report for 2013-2015
      • Křivánek, Roman, 2015, The potential and limitations of geophysical measurements on archaeological sites partly investigated in the past: case studies from the Czech Republic
      • Křivánek, Roman, 2015, Geophysical prospection and rescue archaeological excavation of subsurface WW11 remains in the foreland of brown coal mines in northwestern Bohemia
      • Löcker, Klaus, 2015, Successfully falsified… On epistomological problems of archaeological excavations and geophysical surveys
      • Meyer, Cornelius, 2015, Sands of time: archaeo-geophysical prospection results from the Emirate of Sharjah
      • Meyer, Cornelius, 2015, LEA MAX – multi-purpose gradiometer array in the fields of the Kaikos valley (Bergama, Turkey)
      • Pisz, Michał, 2015, The Tibiscum project ̶ non-destructive research in Romania
      • Sanchez, Christelle, 2015, Reconstructing the history of the planning of the Medamoud temple: magnetic and electromagnetic prospecting results
      • Schultze, Joachim, 2015, Geophysical survey - archaeological excavation - micromorphological analysis. What do magnetic anomalies show? An example from Hedeby
      • Affek, Andrzej, 2015, Exploring the past Carpathian landscape: the application of LiDAR and archival cadastral maps
      • Barba, Luis, 2015, Georadar study of early structures under the Hagia Sofia, Istanbul, Turkey
      • Bowman, Robert C., 2015, Community prospection: archaeological ground-penetrating radar analyses performed for and by the Healy Lake Village community, Interior Alaska
      • Burks, Jarrod, 2015, Lightning strikes in archaeological magnetometry data. A case study from the High Bank Works site, Ohio, USA
      • Catanzariti, Gianluca, 2015, Extensive multi-channel GPR mapping over the site of the ancient Archiepiscopal Palace of Alcala de Henares (Spain)
      • Caldarola, Giovina, 2015, Reading an ancient vicus with non-invasive techniques: integrated terrestrial, aerial and geophysical surveys at Aequum Tuticum (Ariano Irpino-Av)
      • Chmielewski, Tomasz, 2015, Landscape with enclosures. Magnetic prospection and surface survey of the Dobużek Scarp microregion, Eastern Poland
      • Conyers, Lawrence B., 2015, Ground-penetrating radar data analysis for more complete archaeological interpretations
      • Fassbinder, Jörg W.E., 2015, The Hellenistic settlement of Tuna el-Gebel
      • Fassbinder, Jörg W.E., 2015, Early Iron Age kurgans from the North-Caucasus
      • Frînculeasa, Alin, 2015, Geophysical prospecting of the Yamnaya barrows (3rd millennium BC) from Ciorani de Jos, Prahova county, Romania
      • Gugl, Christian, 2015, New evidence for a Roman military camp at Virunum (Noricum)
      • Herles, Michael, 2015, Magnetic prospecting on basaltic geology: the lower city of Erebuni (Armenia)
      • Hinterleitner, Alois, 2015, Automatic detection, outlining and classification of magnetic anomalies in large-scale archaeological magnetic prospection data
      • Kaneda, Akihiro, 2015, Archaeological prospection of kiln sites in the Samurai era
      • Limisiewicz, Aleksander, 2015, Archaeological excavation and GPR prospection in delineating defensive embankments on Ostrow Tumski (Cathedral Island) in Wrocław (Lower Silesia, Poland)
      • Mackiewicz, Maksym, 2015, Non-invasive research on medieval strongholds in Silesia. Case studies from Borucin (Silesian province) and Chrzelice (Opole province)
      • Mann, Alan W., 2015, Distribution of gold and silver in European soils; evidence for a Roman footprint?
      • Marcotulli, Chiara, 2015, New data from an urban archaeology project on a medieval town site. High-resolution GPR surveys in Piazza delle Carceri, Prato (Florence, Italy)
      • Milo, Peter, 2015, On the trail of Caesar and Vercingetorix: survey in the Bibracte oppidum, Mont Beuvray (France)
      • Milo, Peter, 2015, Late Neolithic circular enclosures: never entirely uncovered
      • Mohammadkhani, Kourosh, 2015, Results of a magnetic survey at the Bronze Age site of Shahr-e Sukhteh, Sistan, Iran
      • Nagy, Patrick, 2015, The archaeological prospection project Rheinau (Switzerland)/Jestetten, Altenburg (Germany)
      • Pelgas, Philippe, 2015, French experience using sub-bottom profiler combined with sonar multi-beam as a preventive archaeological diagnostic before dredging
      • Rosado-Fuentes, Alejandro, 2015, Seismic refraction tomography in the Texcoco Region, Mexico
      • Sarris, Apostolos, 2015, Uphill and downhill geophysical challenges in Delphi, Greece
      • Sarris, Apostolos, 2015, Geophysical prospection in the territory of the Roman town of Aesernia, Central-Southern Italy
      • Sarris, Apostolos, 2015, Towards an integrated remote-sensing strategy for revealing the urban details of the Hellenistic-Roman city of Demetrias, central Greece
      • Sarris, Apostolos, 2015, Cultural variations of the Neolithic landscape of Thessaly
      • Sarris, Apostolos, 2015, Unfolding the Neolithic wetlands landscape of Szeghalom-Kovácshalom in Hungary
      • Sarris, Apostolos, 2015, Exposing the Urban Plan of the ancient city of Hyettos, Boeotia, Greece
      • Schneider, Michael, 2015, SQUID-based magnetic prospection in interdisciplinary case studies at possible early and high medieval harbour sites in Germany
      • Simon, François-Xavier, 2015, Measurement of the dielectric permittivity through multi-frequency EMI for archaeological prospection
      • Stamnes, Arne A., 2015, Using magnetic survey methods to delimit and characterize prehistoric iron production sites in Norway
      • Sylvester, Graham C., 2015, The application of mobile metal ion (MMI) geochemistry to the definition and delineation of a Roman metal processing site, St. Algar’s Farm, Somerset, United Kingdom
      • Szynkiewicz, Adam, 2015, GPR research around the Hawara pyramid (Fayum, Egypt)
      • Tencer, Tomáš, 2015, Urban spatial analyses of geophysical archaeological prospection data from the Roman civil town Carnuntum, Austria
      • Ullrich, Burkart, 2015, An UMO landed on the Via Appia. Results of the Minor Centres Project in the Pontine plain, Lazio (Italy)
      • Ullrich, Burkart, 2015, Hamadab near Meroe (Sudan): results of multi-technique geophysical surveys
      • Viberg, Andreas, 2015, Mobile laser scanning and 360° photography for the documentation of the Iron Age ring fort at Gråborg, Öland, Sweden
      • Wallner, Mario, 2015, ArchPro Carnuntum Project. Large-scale non-invasive archaeological prospection of the Roman town of Carnuntum
      • Wess, Michael, 2015, ARCTIS – analysing hyperspectral datasets
      • Zalewska, Anna, 2015, Archaeological revival of memory of the Great War. The role of LiDAR in tracing the boundaries of the WWI Rawka Battlefield Cultural Park . “The Rawka Battlefield (1914-1915) – in memory of war victims”
      • Choi, Yoon Jung, 2015, Principal component analysis (PCA) of buried archaeological remains by VIS-NIR spectroscopy
      • Armstrong, Kayt, 2015, Going over old ground: what can landscape-scale magnetic susceptibility data do for me?
      • Arzhantseva, Irina A., 2015, Geophysical studies of Djankent fortress in the eastern Aral sea region (Kazakhstan)
      • Asăndulesei, Andrei, 2015, Integrated prospection methods for documenting threatened prehistoric archaeological sites from north-eastern Romania
      • Bielich, Mário, 2015, Geophysical survey at Žitný ostrov, Slovakia, in 2012–2013
      • Bogacki, Miron, 2015, Archaeological prospection in Serakhs oasis in Turkmenistan
      • Cannell, Rebecca, 2015, The Gokstad Viking Age trading site: a voyage of physicochemical prospection
      • Cuenca-Garcia, Carmen, 2015, Integrated geophysical and in-situ soil geochemical survey at Dromolaxia-Vizakia (Hala Sultan Tekke, Cyprus)
      • Drahor, Mahmut G., 2015, Integrated geophysical investigations at Šapinuva, a Hittite city in central Anatolia, Turkey
      • Erokhin, Sergey A., 2015, 3D electrical resistivity imaging and GPR to re-explore ancient mounds near Suzdal in Russia
      • Furmanek, Mirosław, 2015, Geochemical and magnetic prospection of a Neolithic site: case study from Dzielnica (Poland)
      • Garcia-Garcia, Ekhine, 2015, Geoarchaeological core prospection investigation to improve the archaeological interpretation of geophysical data: case study of a Roman settlement at Auritz (Navarre)
      • Garcia-Garcia, Ekhine, 2015, The Roman settlement at Auritz (Navarre): preliminary results of a multi-system approach to assess the functionality of a singular area
      • Harris, Chrys, 2015, Ghosts, surprises, and unsolved mysteries: a multi-technique approach to the enigmatic third guesthouse at Fountains Abbey
      • Harris, Chrys, 2015, High Royds: an integrated, analytical approach for mapping the unmarked burials of a pauper cemetery
      • Křivánek, Roman, 2015, “Atypical” use of combinations of geophysical methods for archaeological heritage preservation in the Czech Republic
      • Kucukdemirci, Melda, 2015, An integrated geophysical survey at the Aizanoi archaeological site (Turkey)
      • Magiera, Tadeusz, 2015, Magnetic prospection of areas of medieval and prehistoric ore smelting around Miasteczko Śląskie (southern Poland)
      • Mühl, Simone, 2015, Archaeological geophysics in the Shahrizor plain (Iraqi Kurdistan)
      • Nau, Erich, 2015, Large-scale high-resolution GPR and magnetic prospection in West Jutland, Denmark
      • Papadopoulos, Nikos, 2015, Geophysical mapping of a classical Greek road network: a case study from the city of Elis, Peloponnese
      • Pospieszny, Łukasz, 2015, Uncovering a Bronze Age landscape. A case study from Krotoszyn Forest (Poland)
      • Rogers, Michael, 2015, Visualizing an integrated landscape through ground-based LiDAR, geophysical archaeology, and archaeological excavation
      • Schneidhofer, Petra, 2015, Geoarchaeology as an essential supplement for largescale, high-resolution archaeological geophysical prospection: case study of Gokstad in Norway
      • Seren, Sirri, 2015, Archaeological prospection results in the surroundings of the Serapeion at Ephesus, Turkey
      • Sikora, Jerzy, 2015, To not see the forest for the trees. A non-invasive approach to the Góra Chełmo medieval hillfort
      • Sikora, Jerzy, 2015, From a point on the map to a shape in the landscape. Non-invasive verification of medieval ring-forts in Central Poland: Rozprza case study
      • Strutt, Kristian D., 2015, Manipulating mud: (re-)constructing cosmogonical landscapes in the Nile Valley, Thebes, Egypt
      • Trinks, Immo, 2015, Mapping the Bronze Age settlement of Akrotiri on Santorini: digital documentation and archaeological prospection
      • Viberg, Andreas, 2015, The Big Five. Mapping the subsurface of Iron Age forts on the Island of Öland, Sweden
      • Wilken, Dennis, 2015, Geophysical investigation of past harbours: challenges and application examples
      • Wilken, Dennis, 2015, Seismic resonance analysis for mapping a Viking Age pit house: comparison to GPR and magnetic
      • Wilken, Dennis, 2015, Imaging the AD 1500 Katla tephra inside the Leiruvogur “Inner Skiphóll” harbour using GPR
      • Wunderlich, Tina, 2015, Mapping medieval turf buildings with geophysical methods
      • Wunderlich, Tina, 2015, The harbour(s) of ancient Ostia. Archaeogeophysical prospection with shear wave seismics, geoelectrics, GPR and vibracorings
      • Wunderlich, Tina, 2015, Marine magnetic and seismic measurements to find the harbour of the early medieval Slavic emporium Groß Strömkendorf/Reric, Germany
      • Aziz, Akram M., 2015, Role of potential field derivatives in delineating buried archaeological ruins
      • Berge, Meriç A., 2015, Resistivity modelling and inversion of square array for archaeological investigations
      • Chishima, Fumihiko, 2015, The influence of sampling interval on accuracy of probabilistic attenuation correction for GPR signal
      • Johnson, Paul S., 2015, The Canterbury Hinterland Project: understanding dynamic rural landscapes through the semi-automated interpretation of geophysical survey results
      • Marty, Philippe, 2015, WuMapPy - an open-source software for geophysical prospection data processing
      • Pašteka, Roman, 2015, Role of regularized derivatives in magnetic edge mappers evaluation
      • Schmidt, Armin, 2015, Easy targets, or “who has marked out my anomalies”?
      • Schmidt, Armin, 2015, Using archaeological models for the inversion of magnetometer data
      • Simon, François-Xavier, 2015, Refinement of ALS point cloud through the assessment of bare-earth classification algorithms: the AYPONA Project case study
      • Simyrdanis, Kleanthis, 2015, Optimization of electrical resistivity tomography protocols for detecting archaeological structures in a shallow water marine environment
      • De Smedt, Philippe, 2015, Good practice in high-resolution EMI data processing for archaeological prospection
      • Bödőcs , András, 2015, Non-destructive survey of Iron Age cemeteries: testing the topographic support system
      • Brown, Hannah, 2015, A binocular view of a marginal landscape: GIS and geophysics in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
      • Czerniec, Jerzy, 2015, Cultural landscape. Geomorphometric studies in the Chełmno Land
      • Noviello, Mariangela, 2015, Neolithic settlements in the Tavoliere Plain (Apulia, Southern Italy): predictive probability maps
      • Poscetti, Valeria, 2015, Improving the GIS-based 3D mapping of archaeological features in GPR data
      • Romanescu, Gheorghe, 2015, Evolution of human settlements and natural risk factors. A case study of Chalcolithic archaeological sites in the Valea Oii watershed (Romania)
      • Wroniecki, Piotr, 2015, Exploring free LiDAR derivatives. A user’s perspective on the potential of readily available resources in Poland
      • Ejsmond, Wojciech, 2015, Comprehensive field survey at Gebelein: preliminary results of a new method in processing data for archaeological site analysis
      • Bonsall, James, 2015, You know it’s summer in Ireland when the rain gets warmer: analysing repetitive time-lapse earth resistance data to determine ‘optimal’ survey climate conditions
      • Fediuk, Annika, 2015, Comparative study of the accuracy of caesium, Overhauser and fluxgate magnetometers in field conditions
      • Lugmayer-Klimczyk, Agata, 2015, Terrestrial laser scanning of the landscape around Stonhage
      • Linford, Neil, 2015, First results from a new ground-coupled multi-element GPR array
      • Ranieri, Gaetano, 2015, The New Archaeology. From remote sensing to archaeological digging in quasi-real time. The case of Monte Prama (Cabras, Sardinia, Italy)
      • Tsokas, Gregory N., 2015, Geophysical investigations of tumuli: a continuously challenging problem