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Surveying an Adriatic landscape: non-invasive survey approaches to pre-Roman sites in the ancient Ager Gallicus, Italy

  • Federica Boschi (a1)
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The Mapping Adriatic Landscape Project focuses on the systematic employment of non-invasive investigative techniques across the valleys of the Rivers Cesano, Nevola and Misa, in northern Marche, Italy. The Project aims to understand the dynamics of settlement and processes of urbanisation in the area.

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