Sites' location data

Specific Site Locations

Site boundaries are usually delineated by amlaak on 1:2500 cadastral maps in urban and agricultural areas but scale of maps varies to other un-detailed scales outside these areas i.e. in deserts.
These boundaries are the most important component of the system. These are the lines the SCA relies on when determining intrusions upon the site and these are the lines land use planners rely on when making their decisions.

General Site Locations

 The general sites' locations are represented by points (centroids) determined from the pool of available sources, such as official maps, publications, and archaeological missions, or through the calculation of centroid from the verified site boundaries. The accuracy of the centroid vary according to its original source, but expressing sites in this manner gives the viewer a general idea of site location and distribution.

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