Archaeologist Uses 2,000-Year-Old Sky to Study Roman Ruins

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If archaeology was once about digging through dirt, it is increasingly—like almost every other profession—about programming computers. Bernie Frischer, an Indiana University “archaeo-informaticist, ” has came up with a new theory about two Roman monuments. His finding are based on 3D reconstructions of the monuments using video game technology and calculations of the sun’s position 2, 000 years ago. Read more…        

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Archaeologist Uses 2,000-Year-Old Sky to Study Roman Ruins

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