TAU develops technology for locating underground antiques

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March 10, 2011 13:42

 
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Researches at Tel Aviv University have developed a method for archeologists to find out antiques even 10 meters underground with digging, Army Radio reported Thursday. The development utilizes radio communication technologies used by submarines in order to locate archeological pieces.

Army Radio commented that there are 20 thousand archeological sites still unexplored in Israel.

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