Georadar research in historic gre

Richard Kubišta,

Denisa Halajová

Abstrakt

New methods of non-invasive research in historic greenery offer a relatively quick capability to identify, localize, or just disprove the existence of underground features like paths, flowerbeds, parterres, landscaping remains, or even some larger plants. We have made several case studies in historic parks in the region of south-western Slovakia with a georadar X3M equipped with 500 MHz antenna using several scanning methods (including planar). Interpretation has shown not just modern features like engineering networks, but also historic elements (like pathways) which can be now easily approved by an invasive archaeological survey

Słowa kluczowe: georadar research, historic greenery
References

Clark B., The Archaeology of Gardening at Amache: A Synthesis of results from University of Denver Field Investigations, University of Denver, Department of Anthropology, 2008, https://portfolio.du.edu/portfolio/getportfoliofile?uid=148099.

Watters M.S., Geophysical and Laser Scan Surveys at the Longfellow House – Washington’s Headquarters National Historic, Joukowsky Institute of Archaeology and the Ancient World, Brown University, 2012, http://ncptt.nps.gov/wp-content/uploads/MT-2210011-NC-04-Geophysical-Laser-Scan-Report.pdf.