GPR update

The rain has given me a chance to catch up on processing the GPR data. The procedures introduced by Mike Smith have made it much easier. Thank you Mike!

Here is an image of the whole survey so far:

The complete GPR survey after day 30.

The complete GPR survey after day 30.

That is roughly 7.5ha of GPR data.

Here is a detail of the area around the edges of which we have been filling-in the gaps:

The eastern side of the survey after day 30.

The eastern side of the survey after day 30.

Sadly, all that fiddly work has presented us with any nice clear buildings, but there are lots of bits of walls which join up with other things we have found.  When I process the data fully, we may well get more from it.  The one thing that does stand out are the triple walls of the temple just heading into the area of the theatre.

Lastly, Mike sent me this lovely picture entitled “Lonely archaeologist”.

The Lonely Archaeologist (c) Mike Smith 2016.

The Lonely Archaeologist (c) Mike Smith 2016.

Hopefully, it will be drier tomorrow, but with enough surface moisture to make the resistance survey easier!

 

 

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