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7 de Septiembre 2005

Google Earth/Maps Helps with Archeological Discovery

As written at OgleEarth, Google Earth was used by an Italian systems analyst named Luca Mori to discover a Roman Villa. Apparently he noticed an anomaly near his village of Sorbola and called in some professional archeologists who took a look and discovered a previously undiscovered Roman villa. Read the story at OgleEarth here. Luca's story was picked up in an Italian TV news story.

Google Earth use definitely goes beyond casual sightseeing and for finding directions. It's a very versatile tool and I'm sure many other scientific discoveries will be made using it for visualization purposes.

UPDATE: It turns out that because I can't read Italian very well that the true story is apparently he used Google Maps initially to make the discovery, but that he could view the site "particularly well with Google Earth".

Enviado por FrankTaylor at 7 de Septiembre 2005 a las 12:42 PM

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