The Romano-British site of Barcombe in East Sussex, England has suffered heavy post-depositional attrition through re-use of the building materials for the effects of ploughing. A detailed GPR survey of the site was carried out in 2001, with results, achieved by usual radar data processing, published in 2002. The current paper re-examines the GPR data using microwave tomography approach, based on a linear inverse scattering model, and a 3D visualization that permits to improve the definition of the villa plan and re-examine the possibility of detecting earlier prehistoric remains.

Imaging of Scarce Archaeological Remains using Microwave Tomographic Depictions of Ground Penetrating Radar Data

Persico R;
2012

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The Romano-British site of Barcombe in East Sussex, England has suffered heavy post-depositional attrition through re-use of the building materials for the effects of ploughing. A detailed GPR survey of the site was carried out in 2001, with results, achieved by usual radar data processing, published in 2002. The current paper re-examines the GPR data using microwave tomography approach, based on a linear inverse scattering model, and a 3D visualization that permits to improve the definition of the villa plan and re-examine the possibility of detecting earlier prehistoric remains.
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