Instead and shovels and fine brush, archeologists today have the most advanced technology in their hands. Geophysical methods have expanded the frontiers of knowledge and archeologists have meanwhile discovered thousands of new sites. These methods do not come from the study of antiquity, but from the military field, where thanks to the help of geomagnetism, enemy submarines were detected - in archeology they reveal walls, roads and underground tombs.
Documentary “Archeology2.0–following the traces with technology”
(Germany 2017,51Min, in German language with Albanian subtitles)
Short presentation of “A digital model of the Amphitheatre of Durrës”
by Univ.-Prof.Dipl. Ing.Dominik Lengyel (in English language)
Dominik Lengyel has been Full Professor for Architecture and Visualization at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus since 2006. Prof. Lengyel works on the visualization of non-visual content in power engineering and of hypotheses of archaeology and building and art history. He is a member of the Koldewey Society for building history research and the European Academy of Sciences and Arts in Salzburg, Austria.