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Content: - Foreword - From Magnetic Prospecting to Virtual Archaeology - Combining Magnetometry and Archaeological Interpretation: A Square Enclosure in Bavaria - Duo- and Quadro-sensor Configuration for High Speed I High Resolution Magnetic Prospecting with Caesium Magnetometer - Magnetic Prospection of a Megalithic Necropolis at Ibbankatuwa (Sri Lanka) - Magnetometry in the Garden ofthe Sigiriya Rock Fortification (Sri Lanka) ln Search for the City Wall of Homer's Troy -Development of High Resolution Caesium Magnetometry 1992-1994 - Magnetic and Resistivity Prospection in Munbaqa-Ekalte (Syria) 1993 - Ultra High Resolution Caesium Magnetometry at Monte da Ponte, Concelho Evora, Portuga1 1994-1996 - The Discovery of the Royal Capital of Awsan at Hagar Yahirr, Wadi Markha, Yemen by Satellite Images, Aerial Photography, Field Walking and Magnetic Prospecting - Discovery of a First Neolithic Settlement in the Meseta of Central Spain near Ambrona (Soria) by Caesium Magnetometry in 1996 - Prospecting in Ostia Antica (Italy) and the Discovery of the Basilica of Constantinus I in 1996 - Magnetometry in the Desert Area West of the Zoser's Pyramid, Saqqara, Egypt - In search for Piramesses -the Lost Capital of Ramesses II in the Nile Delta (Egypt) by Caesium Magnetometry - Prospection of the Early Islamic Residence Rusafat Hisam (Syria) by Caesium Magnetometry and Resistivity Surveying 1997-1999 - Combined Caesium Magnetometry and Resistivity Survey in Palmyra (Syria) 1997 and 1998 - Magnetometry in the Cemetery and the Awâm- Temple in Marib, the Capital of the Queen Saba, Yemen - Magnetometry ofthe Prehistoric Necropolis Suchanicha in the Minusinsk Basin, South Siberia - Magnetometry of a Scythian Settlement in Siberia near Cicah in the Baraba Steppe 1999 - Uruk- City of Gilgamesh (Iraq) First Tests in 2001 for Magnetic Prospecting - Wazigang -A Palace of Qin Shihuangdi, the First Chinese Emperor

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