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The Polis Beneath our Feet: A Geophysical Survey of the Ancient Cities of Marion & Arsinoe in Cyprus Part II M. Coronado, A. Grosskopf, V. Sharma, & M. Spiegel
Acknowledgements We would like to thank Dr. Frederik Simons, Dr. Alain Plattner, and Kathleen Ryan for their guidance in the field and their lessons on data processing and analysis. In addition, we would like to thank Dr. Joanna Smith, Dr. Adam Maloof, T. Wangyal Shawa, and Adrian Tasistro-Hart for all of their help.
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