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GIS and spatial analysis for the study of Roman roads and field patterns in the Civitas Menapiorum.

Marc Antrop UGent, Frank Vermeulen UGent and Torsten Wiedemann UGent (2001) On the good use of geographic information systems in archaelogical landscape studies, Proceedings of the COST G2 WG2 round table, Ljubljana 18 to 20 December 1998 / B. Slapszak (ed.). Brussel, 2001. p.9-16
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  author       = {Antrop, Marc and Vermeulen, Frank and Wiedemann, Torsten},
  booktitle    = {On the good use of geographic information systems in archaelogical landscape studies, Proceedings of the COST G2 WG2 round table, Ljubljana 18 to 20 December 1998 / B. Slapszak (ed.). Brussel, 2001},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {9--16},
  title        = {GIS and spatial analysis for the study of Roman roads and field patterns in the Civitas Menapiorum.},
  year         = {2001},
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Chicago
Antrop, Marc, Frank Vermeulen, and Torsten Wiedemann. 2001. “GIS and Spatial Analysis for the Study of Roman Roads and Field Patterns in the Civitas Menapiorum.” In On the Good Use of Geographic Information Systems in Archaelogical Landscape Studies, Proceedings of the COST G2 WG2 Round Table, Ljubljana 18 to 20 December 1998 / B. Slapszak (ed.). Brussel, 2001, 9–16.
APA
Antrop, Marc, Vermeulen, F., & Wiedemann, T. (2001). GIS and spatial analysis for the study of Roman roads and field patterns in the Civitas Menapiorum. On the good use of geographic information systems in archaelogical landscape studies, Proceedings of the COST G2 WG2 round table, Ljubljana 18 to 20 December 1998 / B. Slapszak (ed.). Brussel, 2001 (pp. 9–16).
Vancouver
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Antrop M, Vermeulen F, Wiedemann T. GIS and spatial analysis for the study of Roman roads and field patterns in the Civitas Menapiorum. On the good use of geographic information systems in archaelogical landscape studies, Proceedings of the COST G2 WG2 round table, Ljubljana 18 to 20 December 1998 / B. Slapszak (ed.). Brussel, 2001. 2001. p. 9–16.
MLA
Antrop, Marc, Frank Vermeulen, and Torsten Wiedemann. “GIS and Spatial Analysis for the Study of Roman Roads and Field Patterns in the Civitas Menapiorum.” On the Good Use of Geographic Information Systems in Archaelogical Landscape Studies, Proceedings of the COST G2 WG2 Round Table, Ljubljana 18 to 20 December 1998 / B. Slapszak (ed.). Brussel, 2001. 2001. 9–16. Print.