ANE.kmz works with Google Earth, which has to be downloaded. When opened inside Google Earth, ANE.kmz gives, to the left, an alphabetic list of ancient sites and, to the right, on the satellite photo the same sites marked. For the moment, there are some 2500 sites with modern names; among them some 400 have ancient names. Additions of more sites are planned.
sábado, 7 de novembro de 2015
Veja ANE Placemarks for Google Earth.