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Sophisticated techniques of archaeological survey are opening up new horizons in the non-invasive exploration of archaeological sites. One location where they have yielded spectacular results is Carnuntum, capital of Roman province of Pannonia. Excavations in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries revealed many of the major elements of this extensive complex, including the legionary fortress and the municipium. In 2011, a combination of non-invasive survey methods in the area to the south of the civilian town, where little was visible on the surface, led to the discovery of remains interpreted as a gladiatorial school. This 3D model is based upon geophysical prospection results, historical sources and analogies.
© Michael Klein / Juan Torrejón