Modern archaeologists send radio waves into the earth to find unknown cultural heritage.
Have you ever seen a researcher pushing a cart up and down a hill, or back and forth on a field? Then you might have seen a modern archaeologist at work.
Geophysical methods are becoming more and more common in archaeology.
They make it possible for archaeologists to discovered new pieces of cultural heritage without ruining anything, and also to plan where to focus an excavation before it starts. Read more.