It was pretty effective for covering a large area rapidly and shows the layout of the town well...
I have attached an example of the sort of thing that we usually use your magnetometers for. Its a single-sensor survey using the ag132 for guidance. The transect interval is very coarse for archaeology (2 meter spacing), which is why we refer to it as a reconnaissance survey. It was pretty effective for covering a large area rapidly and shows the layout of the town quite well. The recon survey was followed with high-resolution (.25m transect spacing) resistance & mag gradient survey of smaller areas, and shovel testing of several suspected archaeological features. There is more information hereAdditional results can be found here:
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