Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/11119
Authors: Morelli, G.* 
Pagano, G.* 
Floris, S.* 
Pelorosso, M.* 
Di Nezza, Maria* 
Pichardo, G. A.* 
Cecchini, Flavio* 
Margottini, Siro* 
Di Filippo, Michele* 
Title: A Multi-Methodological Approach for Archaeology
Journal: EAGE Conference Proceedings Second International Conference on Engineering Geophysics 
Series/Report no.: / (2013)
Publisher: United Arab Emirate University General Services- Publication Unit
Issue Date: 24-Nov-2013
DOI: 10.3997/2214-4609.20131882
Keywords: Pope Alexander IV
tomb
Viterbo
St. Lorenzo Cathedral
archaeology
Applied Geophysics
microgravity survey
magnetometry
TDEM
GPR
ERT
Abstract: The comparison between so many studies groups will cause a quite long temperai development, but fmally it will allow to obtain a twofold goal: first to bring to light Pope Alexander IV tomb and then, more importantly from thè scientifìc point of view, put compared, in a single site, 9 geophysical different methods, non-invasive and non-destructive and 15 different instruments, therefore the data will be very important in various fields, historical, archaeological, geological and architecrural. The techniques compared in thè "research project of Pope Alexander IV tomb" will be: Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), IDEM - Method in Time Domain Electromagnetic (EM61 - Metal Detector High Resolution), EM31 (FDEM) Electromagnetic Method in thè frequency domain, Electrical Tomography (ERT), Microgravimetric Method, Sonic Tests, Survey Seismic Tomography, Magnetometric Methods.The first results are beginning to emerge and by analyzing the methodologies separately and comparing the results obtained with the different techniques.
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