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Wiedemann, T., Antrop, M. & Vermeulen, F., 2001. Analysis of the Roman road system around Cassel and application of a GIS-model in Sandy Flanders. In F. Vermeulen & Antrop, M. Ancient Lines in the Landscape. A Geo-Archaeological Study of Protohistoric and Roman Roads and Field Systems in Northwestern Gaul. Babesh - Supplement. Leuven, pp. 83-96.
Vermeulen, F., Antrop, M. Hageman, B. & Wiedemann, T., 2001. Ancient Lines in Northwestern Gaul. A GIS-Based Analysis. In Computing Archaeology for Understanding the Past. Computer Applications and Quatitative Methods in Archaeology. BAR International Series. Ljubljana: Stančič , Z.; Veljanovski, T., pp. 187-196.
Wiedemann, T. e.a., 2005. Ancient Lines in the Lanscape. The use of GIS and Aerial Photography for the Study of Ancient Roads and Field Systems in Flanders Region. In J. Bourgeois & Meganck, M. Aerial Photography and Archaeology 2003. A Century of Information. Papers presented during the Conference held at the Ghent University, December 10 th-12 th 2003. Archaeological Reports Ghent University. Gent, pp. 383-390.
Antrop, M. & Wiedemann, T., 2001. Geography of the landscape of the Civitas Menapiorum. In F. Vermeulen & Antrop, M. Ancient Lines in the Landscape. A Geo-Archaeological Study of Protohistoric and Roman Roads and Field Systems in Northwestern Gaul. Babesh - Supplement. Leuven, pp. 9-14.
Wiedemann, T., Antrop, M. & Vermeulen, F., 2001. GIS-analysis of possible ancient normative field systems in the Civitas Menapiorum. In F. Vermeulen & Antrop, M. Ancient Lines in the Landscape. A Geo-Archaeological Study of Protohistoric and Roman Roads and Field Systems in Northwestern Gaul. Babesh - Supplement. Leuven: Peters, pp. 117-138.
Antrop, M., Vermeulen, F. & Wiedemann, T., 2001. GIS and spatial analysis for the study of Roman roads and field patterns in the Civita Menapiorum. In B. Slapsãk On the good use of geographic information systems in archaeological landscape studies. Luxemburg: Official Publications of het European Commission, pp. 61-79.
Antrop, M. & Wiedemann, T., 2001. Using GIS to study ancient linear marks. In F. Vermeulen & Antrop, M. Ancient Lines in the Landscape. A Geo-Archaeological Study of Protohistoric and Roman Roads and Field Systems in Northwestern Gaul. Babesh - Supplement. Leuven, pp. 43-66.