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Why was GPR necessary for the excavation of the Lower Market? GPR was necessary for the excavation of the Lower Market because it was buried 1-2 meters  below the surface. It was the best option because of the dry sandy soils, and because it  produces clear pictures of what is under the surface. How well did the GPR data correlate with the data recovered by excavation?
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Unformatted text preview: The GPR data correlated very well with the data recovered by the excavation. The GPR data revealed many large structures such as platforms, walls, the North Building, and a trench where agricultural soil was discovered....
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