crop marks

crop marks

Printed lines on paper used to cut the form into its intended size.
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The team has discovered there are 4,147 ancient sites, ranging from wellpreserved forts to places where only crop marks and remnants show where they once stood.
We identify and record the archaeology in our landscapes from crop marks and soil marks this way.
1 Bidder shall provide the layout design of the IED Lexicon, Cover and Interior 72 Pages, Crop marks 3mm as per the attached document
All that's needed is a PDF of the artwork, in actual size, to be emailed to them without crop marks or cut lines, and they'll have it ready for shipping in 24 - 48 hours.
The films will show how crop marks can reveal past structures and landscape in places where there are no surface traces at all.
Its genesis is traced back to early military balloons and World War I reconnaissance surveys that suggested that crop marks viewed from the air can reveal buried archeological features.
He said that the site being considered for the new housing is next to the Washingwell Roman fort, which was discovered in 1970, and claimed that crop marks and a special piece of pottery are evidence of the fort's existence.
Sites range from the massive Iron Age Hillforts to the less conspicuous crop marks and finds in the lower areas.
He said scant evidence of the villa was first revealed in August 1979 when Cambridge University aerial photographers spotted crop marks in a dry field at Abermagwr, showing part of a double-ditched enclosure.
The sites lie in south-west Scotland outside Dumfries: the henge at Pict's Knowe, two cursus monuments at Holywood, a stone circle at the Twelve Apostles, and crop marks at Holm.
As for the Post's editor, this year's crop marks his best Pulitzer showing since taking over the newsroom in 1991.
The additional capabilities in 3B2-FO include controls over vertical justification on a page, hyphenation controls, and the ability to add crop marks and registration marks to a page.