MAKING THE MOST OF       DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES ON      ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONSVisualising the Roman legionary fortress a...
EBORACUM – York    • Legio VI VictrixDEVA - Chester    • Legio XX Victrix ISCA – Caerleon    • Legio II Augusta
Caerleon amphitheatreexcavations 1926-7
Excavations in Jenkins Field, 1926
   c. A.D. 75: ISCA FOUNDED BY LEGIO SECUNDA    AUGUSTA   late C1–C2: FORTRESS REBUILT IN STONE /    LEG II AVG IN NORTH...
‘Boon’ plan of Isca
Priory Field 2006, magnetometer survey
Priory Field 2007,ground resistivity (1.5m) survey
School Field & Golledge’s Field 2007,magnetometer survey results
Updated plan of Isca
Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)
Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)
Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)
Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)
Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)
Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)
Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)
Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)
Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)
Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)
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Making the Most of Digital Technologies on Archaeological Excavations (1 of 3)

  1. 1. MAKING THE MOST OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES ON ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONSVisualising the Roman legionary fortress at Caerleon
  2. 2. EBORACUM – York • Legio VI VictrixDEVA - Chester • Legio XX Victrix ISCA – Caerleon • Legio II Augusta
  3. 3. Caerleon amphitheatreexcavations 1926-7
  4. 4. Excavations in Jenkins Field, 1926
  5. 5.  c. A.D. 75: ISCA FOUNDED BY LEGIO SECUNDA AUGUSTA late C1–C2: FORTRESS REBUILT IN STONE / LEG II AVG IN NORTHERN BRITAIN C3: INSCRIPTIONS RECORD REBUILDING WORK / SOME KEY BUILDINGS DISUSED C4: FORTRESS ABANDONED BY LEGION - UNCERTAIN OCCUPATION
  6. 6. ‘Boon’ plan of Isca
  7. 7. Priory Field 2006, magnetometer survey
  8. 8. Priory Field 2007,ground resistivity (1.5m) survey
  9. 9. School Field & Golledge’s Field 2007,magnetometer survey results
  10. 10. Updated plan of Isca
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