Tag Archive | roman

Computational Archaeology March Links

I have saved a set of links relevant to computational archaeology which I probably shouldn’t group together but really want you to have, so here they are in a generic post anyways 🙂 Computational Vision Group: Remember the ARROWS and THESAURUS Projects that I posted about? Well, these guys are involved in both of those projects. […]

Reading of an ancient Roman tablet

An ancient rolled up and buried Roman tablet was found in Kent, England. A group of researchers attempted to read the tablet without unrolling it by using neutron computed tomography, however this method failed as the resolution was not high enough to determine what was written on the tablet. For this reason, the researchers decided to […]