Results from the excavation located in Vix, Burgundy, France of the year 2018 (and previous years), documented with an UAV. Prehistoric iron age damwall made out of limestone inside a ditch. Both structures date in the HA D2-3 period (ca. 480-450 v. Chr.). About 20 m to the east is the modern bed of the river Seine.
In cooperation with the University of Vienna and the PCR Project “Vix et son environnement ” by CNRS. Reference: https://derstandard.at/2000044405096/Auf-den-Spuren-eines-Hafens-am-Mont-Lassois
3D-Documentation by Crazy Eye 2018 (Remastered 2021) in cooperation with the University of Vienna, Department of Prehistory and Historical Archaeology
Switch to HD for high resolution textures. In cooperation with University of Dijon, CNRS Paris and ARTEHIS