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List of Figures

Figure 1: Survey in 2015 in Putinești. Alexandru Popa using magnetometer – 5 channel system (photo credit S. Musteață)

Figure 2: Sobari – the magnetometric map of the Late Antiquity site, survey 2009 (after Popa et al. 2012)

Figure 3: Magnetometer – 16 channel system during survey at Sângerei in 2010 (photo credit A. Popa)

Figure 4: Orheiul Vechi – a general plan with marked areas of magnetometric surveys (after Comer 2014)

Figure 5: Sângerei – the magnetometric map of the prehistoric site (after Popa et al. 2010a)

Figure 6: Petreni – a small part of the magnetometric map of the prehistoric site, survey 2009 (after Popa et al. 2012)

Figure 7: Petreni – the magnetometric map of the prehistoric site, results of 2010 and 2011 surveys. The red rectangles mark the remains of former excavations (after Rassmann et al. 2016)

Figure 8: Putinești – the magnetometric map of the Late Antiquity site (after Voß et al. 2015a)

Figure 9: Soroca – medieval fortress, during the RES survey (after Asandulesei et al. 2015)

Figure 10: Soroca – medieval fortress, results of the RES survey (after Asandulesei et al. 2015)

Figure 11: Soroca – medieval fortress, picture of the GPR survey (after Asandulesei et al. 2015)

Figure 12: Soroca – medieval fortress, results of the GPR survey (after Asandulesei et al. 2015)

Figure 13: Sahara Mare – the magnetometric map of the Ancient site (after Niculiță et al. 2012)

Figure 14: Stolniceni – interpretation of the geophysics and aerial photo (after Țernă et al. 2016a)

Figure 15: Orheul Vechi – the lidar survey results. The red circles indicate the remains of the hillforts (after Comer 2014).


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