Ground-Penetrating Radar Surveys to Investigate the Roman Colony of Libarna: Augmenting Drone and Electrical Resistivity Data
The Libarna Urban Landscapes Project is using non-invasive techniques to identify buried structures in the Roman city of Libarna, Piedmont, Italy. Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is being used to supplement areas where drone photography and electrical resistivity measurements are ineffective. GPR has imaged previously unidentified structures in several areas that are likely of Roman origin. These data will be used to develop an excavation plan for future field work.
Bradford, John H.; Huntley, Katherine; Friedman, Hannah; and Boyles, Michael. (2018). "Ground-Penetrating Radar Surveys to Investigate the Roman Colony of Libarna: Augmenting Drone and Electrical Resistivity Data". 2018 17th International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), .