In comparing the results of the two techniques, discrete responses have been identified across the survey area. Analysis of aerial photographs, however, reveals that many of these anomalies align with geological and potential archaeological features. Based on the results of the geophysical survey and the proximity of the site to several known archaeological features, the archaeological potential of the site is deemed to be medium.
Monteith, J. & Green, A. , 2018 , Waun Mawn Standing Stones, Eglwyswrw, Pembrokeshire, Wales: Geophysical Survey ©
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