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 050: Main techniques for digs and archaeological research: GIS applied in Archaeology, AutoCAD to create maps and training in drawing and digital illustration of archaeological artifacts (Murcia - Spain)


Carmen Martínez Mañogil (Murcia. Spain - 1987)

Graduated in History (2005-2010), Master in Applied Archaeology, Professional Management and Research Strategies in Archaeological Heritage (2010-2011) and currently carrying out the specialized doctorate program in Roman Archaeology at the University of Murcia.

He applied GIS and AutoCAD techniques in his master project: "The Roman Villa of Alamillo (Mazarrón, Murcia, Spain)". His areas of interest are classical Roman archaeology, techniques used in fieldwork and survey methodology, and digital application to draw pottery and other artefacts in the laboratory. Use AutoCAD and ArcGIS on ongoing projects.

She is currently the director of the Spanish archaeological company, CMM Arqueología and works in archaeological fieldwork, survey and works supervision projects.

Since 2009 she has been an active researcher in the scientific project "Archaeological Park of the Roman Forum of Molinete" directed by the department of archaeology at the University of Murcia.

At an international level, he has collaborated with The Antiquity of Southeastern Europe Research Center (ARC) of the University of Warsaw in the Danube Limes UNESCO World Heritage project and with the Institute of Nautical Archeology of the University of Texas (USA) in the site "Bajo de la Campana (San Javier, Murcia)".

Ana Baño López (Murcia. Spain - 1987)

Graduated in Prehistory (2005-2010), professional archaeologist and specialist in GIS (Geographic Information System).

She has directed and participated in numerous archaeological works, as well as being part of the excavation project of the medieval archaeological site of San Esteban, of the University of Murcia.

In addition to working with GIS, I have been trained in the use of other computer software, such as computer-aided design (CAD), vector graphic drawing or photogrammetry to generate 3D spatial data


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