Ten years together. Archaeology and Geophysics
Ten years have been passed since a very fruitful and efficient collaboration started between the geophysic specialists of the Institute of Geography and Earth Science at the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest and archaeologists of our research team. Everything started at another important Roman military site of Dacia, in Porolissum which has been followed by many geophysicial surveys in the eastern Roman limes sector from Mureș County. Many important scientific results, frendship and a very trustful collaboration – so could one sum up this long period together. On this occasion, our geophysisist colleague from the Department of Geophysics and Space Science from the Eötvös Loránd University organised a very interesting and warm conference aimed to commemorate this outstanding collaboration. On the 16th of November 2015 friends and colleagues met in Budapest to discuss the common experience and scientific results of the 10 years. During these disscussions it came out very clear how well does geophysical surveys and non-distructive surveying methods complete and help the archaeological investigation . One of our colleague held also a presentation about these interdisciplinar investigations in the eastern limes of the Roman Dacia, especially in Mureș County.