At the Institute of Heritage Sciences, Parcero working on research projects related Landscape Archeology, a field in which these tools are increasingly used.
«many archaeological sites Gallegos, as the mounds and forts, are placed in specially highlighted within the landscape of the regions in which they are, so the calculations to find the most visible points of the territory can be very useful to locate these sites», comments.
One of the archaeological sites that stand out for their high visibility in the landscape is Mount Santa Marina -located between the municipalities of O Incio, Sarria and Samos-, whose summit is one of the most important sets of dolmens of Galicia. A study of geographic information tools by archaeologist Miguel Carrero-Pazos and released last year showed that this place is the most visible from the nature trails that run through the territory surrounding Mount.
Source: The voice of Galicia