Articolele abordează subiecte din domeniul arheologiei, istoriei și muzeologiei și se referă îndeosebi la regiunea Banatului istoric, iar unele abordează istoria României și istoria universală.
1 Ianuarie 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).