El establecimiento rústico alto-imperial de Miramundo (Puerto Real, Cádiz). Un caso de estudio mediante combinación de técnicas de investigación no invasivas
We present a case study through the combined application of non‑invasive research techniques on the Roman rural site of Miramundo (Puerto Real, Cádiz). The results of the geophysical prospection with multichannel georadar are offered for the definition of the archaeological structure discovered, together with the results of a surface micro‑prospection with centimeter GPS over the location area of this Roman imperial building. The main objective is to advance, through the combination of both techniques, in the formulation of functional hypotheses about the documented constructive spaces, as part of the methodological development of Non‑Invasive Historical‑Archaeological Research.