QuickBird 画像による古代エジプトの港湾施設 Site No. 49 の発見について [in Japanese] A discovery of the ancient Egyptian port Site No. 49 using QuickBird image [in Japanese]
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A joint research team of Tokai University, Waseda University and NARSS has been carrying out archaeological investigations in Egypt using satellite remote sensing data to establish a new method of detecting remains since the 1990's. As a result of the latest study by the utilization of QuickBird image, a probable large port structure belonging to the valley temple of pyramid complex has been discovered at a highly expected nominate-point named Site No. 49 where has not been investigated for long time in the field of archaeology. The outer shape of the port structure is rectangular, and the size reaches 190m x 500m. This is a preliminary report about the discovery of Site No. 49.
- Journal of the Japan society of photogrammetry and remote sensing
Journal of the Japan society of photogrammetry and remote sensing 49(4), 269-273, 2010-09-07
Japan Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing