A team of historians and information technology specialists at Stanford University have created ORBIS: The Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World, which reconstructs the time cost and financial expense of travel in the ancient world. The model accounts for different modes of travel and seasonal variations for 751 sites in the Roman Empire. [...]
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Using infrared light, X-ray spectroscopy, and other imaging techniques, historians have revealed markings on an Elizabethan map that may provide clues to the fate of the “Lost Colony” in North Carolina’s Outer Banks. The 100 or so English settlers disappeared from the Tidewater coast of North Carolina in the late 1500s. According to the New [...]