• Modeling Roman Rural Landscapes

    Author(s):
    Dominik Hagmann (see profile) , Alarich Langendorf
    Date:
    2016
    Group(s):
    Archaeology, Digital Humanists, Late Antiquity
    Subject(s):
    Ancient Roman, Archaeology, Computer science, Digital archaeology, Digital humanities
    Item Type:
    Presentation
    Meeting Title:
    Digital Humanities Austria Conference 2016
    Meeting Org.:
    Austrian Centre of Digital Humanities
    Meeting Loc.:
    Austrian Academy of Science, Vienna, Austria
    Meeting Date:
    2016-12-05 to 2016-12-07
    Tag(s):
    aerial archaeology, GIS, landscape, survey
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M66V44
    Abstract:
    The Department of Classical Archeology at the University of Vienna is currently investigating settlement processes and material culture in rural areas of the Roman province of Noricum by means of noninvasive survey methods. The aim is to create a new and widely accessible digital data base for different, tangible forms of rural settlement activities in the investigation area. For this purpose, individual settlements in Upper Austria were chosen as representative research areas: the surrounding area of Lauriacum / Enns as the economic hinterland of a legion camp, the hinterland of Ovilavis / Wels as a rural area around a civil-urban center, as well as sites in the Vöckla valley as a representative of the remote periphery.
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    Last Updated:
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