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Stone Walls Come into View

Credit: Katharine Johnson and William Ouimet, Journal of Archaeological Science
Examinations of airborne scans, using light detection and ranging (LiDAR), of three New England towns have revealed networks of old stone walls, building…Read More »





foundations, old roads, dams and other features, many of which long were forgotten. Here, stone walls are yellow, abandoned roads are red, and building foundations are outlined by green squares.   Less «
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