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 Starting with the 11th of May 2014, along three days, a team of four researchers from INOE 2000, together with specialists from the National Museum of Romanian History

carried radar investigations within the archaeological site from Mălăeșt, Prahova County, Romania.

 

Ground-penetrating radar prospections were performed both at the Roman Baths and the Roman castrum, the archaeological area of interest being located at a depth between 0.6 and 2 meters.