The articles are of archaeological, historical and museological interest and are mainly related to the region of Banat, although some deal with Romanian and universal history as well
Jan. 1, 2022
This paper reports the non-invasive research on the archaeological site in Cornuţel. The Roman fort, located deep in the woodland, is not visible in the freely accessible remote sensing data, i.e. maps, low-resolution digital surface models, and aerial and satellite imagery. We present here the results of a topo survey in and rendered high-resolution topographical models of the fort.
The research was conducted in March 2015, as a part of the “Tibiscum Project” – a Polish-Romanian research project, funded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland within the Diamond Grant program . Based on the results of the survey along with the analysis of previous materials, we have established that the earth and timber fort measured 45 x 45 m and it was located in the vicinity of the roman road between villa rustica from Brebu, excavated by Ovidiu Bozu, and the large castellum from Tibiscum-Jupa (the present day Archaeological Reservation).