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Bournemouth archaeology lecturer Dr Derek Pitman said the equipment allowed the team to view the site like never before, producing 3D maps of the fortifications and a detailed plan of the underground features.
“The exceptional imagery has helped understand the extent of the city including the identification of possible private and public areas as well as industrial quarters," he said.
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