Where Rivers Meet: Landscape, Ritual, Settlement and the Archaeology of River Gravels

University of Birmingham, 2006 (updated 2012)

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Reports | Geophysics and GIS

Project Reports

The Where Rivers Meet reports are divided into six volumes; a summary of the contents of each volume can be found on the overview page.

Volume 4: Geophysical Survey

Volume 4 Multi-technique geohysical survey of the monuments in the Focus Area by M.S. Watters is available to download as a single Portable Document Format (13MB) for users with higher speed connections.The volume is also available as a series of smaller PDF download files for lower-speed connections.

Volume 4: Multi-technique geohysical survey of the monuments in the Focus Area PDF 13000 Kb
Volume 4: pages 1-13 PDF 1160 Kb
Volume 4: pages 14-21 PDF 850 Kb
Volume 4: pages 22-26 PDF 779 Kb
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Volume 4: pages 45-55 PDF 1230 Kb
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Volume 4: pages 67-76 PDF 2002 Kb
Volume 4: pages 77-83 PDF 980 Kb
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