This project seeks to improve knowledge of the history and development of the landscape of the western lowlands of Romania by the application of archaeological aerial reconnaissance. Though new to this area, this survey technique is well established as the single most important method of finding new archaeological sites in lowland arable areas in…
Creator: William Hanson & Ioana Oltean
Date: June 2002
N part of the fort, showing the central road alignment, with vicus buildings to the N. All showing as cropmarks in strip fields. View from SE. The large Roman auxiliary fort at Micia is situated on the south bank of the river Mureș.