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In October 2012 the workshop entitled “Reading Past and Present Landscapes in Central Europe” was held in Hungary. During the workshop, which was focused on exchanging ideas and experience concerning remote sensing methods of detection and registering archaeological sites, a large Roman site near the village of Sárbogárd in Nagyhörcsökpuszta was detected. The area of the site, its location, and the finds suggest that it could have played an important role in the region. This paper presents the results obtained from geophysical prospection and field walking, as well as the results of pottery analysis.

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