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Thanks to ever more sophisticated technology archaeologists can identify much that is beneath the soil without having to excavate. From banging the surface of the ground with a pick in the late 19th century, through Atkinson’s revolutionary use of the “Megger–Earth Tester,” to modern-day radar survey, the value of geophysical techniques is lucidly explained with many real–life case studies.

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