Haigh, J.G.B., 1996. Opomíjená Archeologie (Neglected Archaeology) 2. Archaologia lotnicza w PolsceJacek Nowakowski, Andrzej Prinke and Wlodzimierz Raczkowski. The present bibliography is a preliminary attempt to order the available literature in a way which may make the information a little more available to those whose Polish has become rusty. Aerial archaeological work in Hungary in 2011.Gianluca Cantoro, Jeremia Pelgrom and Tesse D. Stek, 2016. http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/archaeology/derrick-riley-fund, A Short Introduction to Aerial Archaeology, https://iaps.zrc-sazu.si/en/publikacije/airborne-laser-scanning-raster-data-visualization-1#v. Ştefan, A-S., 1983. Arheoloski vestnik 50Esse Ericsson, et al. 2013. G. Robbins.Cropmark landscapes and domestic space. Quality Assessment of Image Matchers for DSM Generation – A Comparative Study Based on UAV ImagesG. The Homepage of the Romanian Railways can be set to English, which has to be repeated if the next page you are arriving to is in Romanian. 4.7 A Meetings Secretary will be co-opted by the General Committee to be responsible for the arrangement of facilities, information and bookings for conferences and for other meetings of the Group not dealt with by the Honorary Secretary. Brophy, K. and Cowley, D. (ed), 2005. These features were mapped on screen at a scale of 1:500, producing three polygonal vector layers (“Monument Complexes”, the “Rectilinear Landscape” and “Geology”) which can be viewed independently or in combination. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 29:2 (2004), 118-134.List of Contributors 26, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Chairman’s Piece by Toby Driver 5AARG 2004 7Conferences of interest? Review article by Anthony Beck 39Other books of interest? Aerial reconnaissance over England in Summer 1996. zninskim’, Poznan, pp 1-11. A. Lynda J Murray. 265-270 [the use of aerial photographs in settlement archaeology]. I. Modrzewska-Marciniak, D. Monna, and J. Przenioslo 1981, Prospezioni archeologico-geografische italo-polache eseguite in Italia nei ultima anni, Le Origini di Venezia (Venice) pp. Cumulative view-shed analysis (CVA) can be carried out using a number of different positions, or sites, to create a model of inter-visibility. Cowley, D. and Palmer, R., 2009. In D. Kennedy (ed) Into the Sun: essays in air photography in honour of Derrick Riley, 13-28. Well illustrated with photographs, maps and plans, recent papers have covered aerial photography, air photo interpretation and mapping, historic aviators and their work, the methodology and progress of national remote sensing programmes, satellite imagery, book reviews and useful excerpts from the World Wide Web. Aerial photographs in Polish Archaeology. AARG has a limited number of student scholarships for attendance at its annual conference. The Air Photography Unit of the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England 1965-1985. AARGnews 47, 39-44.. Vertical photographs are usually taken using a camera that is fixed to an aircraft or satellite that flies a series of straight and parallel courses. 44AARG: general information, membership, addresses, student scholarships 47, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Outgoing Chairpiece: by Rachel Opitz 7Incoming Chairpiece: by Steve Davis 8Preliminary notice: AARG 2018, Venice 10Student/young researchers’ scholarships for AARG 2018 10AARG notices: Derrick Riley Bursary/ISAP Fund/ Information for contributors 11Geert’s aerial pixel corner by Geert Verhoeven 12The reflection of two fields – electromagnetic radiation and its role in (aerial) imaging by Geert Verhoeven 13Developing an approach to national mapping – preliminary work on Scotland in miniature by Dave Cowley and Adara López-López 19Cropmarks 26Books and papers of interest? 63Martin Gojda and Jan John (eds). The film is edited by Anush Margaryan, with the help of Bars Media documentary film studio editorial staff, Website site by Francesca Radcliffe with aerial photographs from the area of Dorset. In the 1970s use of optical instruments to transfer information from photograph to map was tried by RCHME (Hampton 1989, 23)42Hampton, J.N., 1989. : Chairman’s Piece by Wlodek Raczkowski, Archaeological Prospecting Using High-Resolution Digital Satellite Imagery: Recent Advances and Future Prospects – A Session Held at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (, Finding burial mounds from space: automatic detection of circular soil marks and crop marks in QuickBird imagery of agricultural land in south-east Norway by Øivind Due Trier, Siri Øyen Larsen and Rune Solberg, Inspiring Google Earth Precise Positioning by Irwin Scollar, Using the results of the National Mapping Programme in England: some examples from Shropshire by Andy Wigley, Aerial Archaeology and Remote Sensing in Indian Archaeological Research by Manjil Hazarika, Archaeological Prospection and Remote Sensing: Standing the test of time? Documenting natural and anthropogenic hazards at the Nasca LinesUNESCO World Heritage site in Peru using satellite SARLoren V. Cowin. 1996 “Another member of the AERIAL software family.” AARGnews 12, newsletter of the Aerial Archaeology Research Group. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice (6th edition). 80 years of aerial archaeology in Sudan, Forschungen zur Archaologie im Land Brandenburg 3, pp. Aerial photographs in Polish archaeology]. Oxbow: Oxford. Catalogue of the Luftwaffe Photographs in the NMR.Wolfgang Kreft. by Rog Palmer … 19 3-D Still Video Images by Anthony Crawshaw … 24 RCHME Closes Down! Ur, J. Essays from a range of disciplines (archaeology, history, geography, heritage and museum studies) studying conflict landscapes across the globe throughout the twentieth century, all draw on aerial and landscape perspectives to past conflicts and their legacy and the complex issues for heritage management. Maps of this kind form an ideal base for research into settlement patterns of an area and can also be sufficiently accurate to match with field-gathered information and to locate question-orientated excavation trenches. This enabled him to build up what is now known as the Crawford Collection, held now in British national collections. Organized in four parts, the first three sections take a broadly chronological approach, exploring the use of aerial evidence to expand our understanding of the two World Wars and the Cold War. The AERIAL program, version 4.1, AARGnews 3, 31-33. and those in turn were replaced by methods that transformed digital images to match a map or other ground information (Haigh 199644Haigh, J.G.B., 1996. 48List of Contributors, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Chairman’s Piece by Davy Strachan 5AARG Annual Meeting, September 2000: abstracts 7Notes from a newcomer by Eleanor Stapley 27Archaeological Prospection 2001 / AARG 2001 28CULTURE 2000: Conservation through aerial` archaeology (CAA) 29How safe are we in the air? The application of archaeological 3D data deriving from sources including ALS, close-range photogrammetry and terrestrial and photogrammetric scanners has grown exponentially over the last decade. Studie k Dálkovému Pruzkumu v Archeologii, Ali Madan Al-Ali. Z. Jablonski, M. Sinkiewicz. If you are still interested to come to Constanta. Shadow Sites. A Comparison of Visualization Techniques for Models Created from Airborne Laser Scanned Data, Arne Ramisch, Wiebke Bebermeier, Kai Hartmann, Brigitta Schütt, Nicole Alexanian. By 2000 two things had changed – sources of high-resolution images now included those from some satellites and airborne laser scanning (ALS or lidar, which recorded topography at a level and precision previously undreamed of), and use of geographical information systems (GIS) were becoming commonplace as means of stacking and manipulating data, archaeological and otherwise. The Air Photography Unit of the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England 1965-1985. Scollar, I., 1975. The above text and photographs are taken from “Essex from the Air”, by Davy Strachan, which was published in 1998 by Essex County Council. ), 5.3 Should any office become vacant by death, resignation or other reason the General Committee shall have power to fill the office by. It is hoped to include details of this process, along with results, in a future AARGnews and the AARG web-site. 8. The second use was for recording major earthwork sites such as the Early Medieval strongholds of Great Poland. Welcome to our Corner about Aerial Archaeology! The development of satellite imagery over the last few decades, indicates the enormous technological leaps which have occurred since the early balloon photography carried out only a hundred and fifty years ago. Crawford, O.G.S., 1924. Vertical and oblique photograhs by Michael Doneus, Aerial Archaeology Workshop Leszno 1998 – the view from behind by Agnieszka Dolatowska, Jolanta Goliasz and Lidka Luk, The Colosseum of Rome from 681 kilometres by Martin J.F. surfed by Michael Doneus 56More World War II photographs? From the Air: Understanding Aerial Archaeology. Wessex from the Air, Oxford. Aerial archaeology in western JutlandNigel Brown, Debbie Knopp and Davy Strachan. Gassowski suggests the use of helium-filled airships as a quieter option than an aeroplane]. Early Landscape from the Air. Archeologia Lotnicza – Metoda wobec teorii [Aerial Archaeology – Method in the face of theory]Kevin Jones and Vanessa Tanner. PayPal You can make your PayPal payment by clicking the fitting button below. Presentations have included some of the results from the National Mapping Programme for England (HE), and integration of different survey methods (such as comparing results from AP interpretation with geophysics, or adding field-walked data to AP-derived maps). Photogrammetric usage of 1956–57 USAF aerial photography of Spain. Cropmarks seen from the air, Northfield Farm, Long Wittenham, Berks, Oxoniensia 5, 164-165. A. 44. Sketch mapping is used to locate by eye those features and, with practise, can be sufficiently accurate when working at scales of about 1:10,000. Many parts of Wales, particularly in the upland zone, still await basic archaeological survey to identify and record their archaeological heritage. Satellite sources included the recently-released Cold War photographs taken by the Americans and Russians and much use was made of the easily-available US Corona material, especially to aid Near Eastern studies (eg Ur 2003. Suffolk’s Defended Shore: Fabrice Denise and Lévon Nordighian (ed). by Toby Driver, On the archaeological use of vertical photographs by Michael Doneus, Remote Sensing Applications in Archaeology: conference review by Anthony Crawshaw, It may not be done well … but it could be the best that is available by Martin J F Fowler. Cain Hegarty and Sarah Newsome. J Archaeological Science 4, 283-290. London., Webster and Hobley 196514Webster, G. and Hobley, B., 1965. 3. The Traprain Law Environs Project: fieldwork and excavations, 2000-2004. Batsford, London, Kokalj, Ž. and Hesse, R., 2017. Juan Antonio Pérez, Francisco Manuel Bascon and María Cristina Charro, 2014. In addition, Maori quickly adopted and developed aspects of gun warfare in the nineteenth century: as many as 600 fortified sites were built or adapted from pre-European types. Web site is kept up to date with news, events, plus contents lists from back issues […] Sketch mapping is used to locate by eye those features and, with practise, can be sufficiently accurate when working at scales of about 1:10,000. Aerial survey in Scotland 2003. A. 46Juris Urtāns. 25Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. The uses of historic aerial photographs, amongst a range of available sources, to better understand and manage dynamic landscapes are at the heart of this volume, with a particular focus on areas that have undergone dramatic change over the last century. Riley, D.N., 1980. War, urban expansion, land use and land cover change and construction projects, amongst other activities and processes, have heavily altered our landscapes, destroying or covering up ancient monuments and the historic environment. What? Spying on the Past: Declassified Intelligence Satellite Photographs and Near Eastern Landscapes. Paris: Paul Geuthner.. Further aerial photography in the Near East was undertaken by Erich Schmidt (1940)5Schmidt, E.F., 1940. H C Bowen, The Archaeology of Bokerley Dyke …. Flights over Ancient Iran Archaeological monographs from English HeritageN. In particular the former reluctance to finance the inclusion of archaeological aerial observation and photography in the range of techniques to be applied in the Environmental Impact Surveys preceding the construction of the Polish motorways is to be especially regretted. Satellite Remote Sensing for ArchaeologyInformation for contributors 43AARG: general information, membership, addresses, student bursaries 44, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 2In the shadow of crisis: Chairman’s Piece 5AARG 2009 Siena 9The role of efficiency in aerial archaeological research of Hungary by Zoltán Czajlik 10GIS-based analysis of aerial photography, soils and landuse by Johanna Dreßler 18Recording Landscape and Urban Area Modification:an example from Southern Italy by Pierfrancesco Rescio 25Small but Perfectly Functional – Quadrocopters and Archaeological Recording by Graeme J Collie, Mike Smith, Ian Black 31Aerial archaeologists’ meeting at Mainz, Germany by Johanna Dreßler 41Information for contributors 41Review article. by Gianluca Cantoro 34The first aerial archaeology workshop in Jordan, April 14-16, 2007 by Bob Bewley, David Kennedy and Francesca Radcliffe 36Workshop in Jordan – a view from the floor by Robin Standring 39Warsztaty Archeologii Lotniczej: Poznań – 29 April to 5 May 2007 by Rog Palmer & Włodek Rączkowski 41Culture 2000: APILS Workshop: Poznań, Poland: 6 to 11 August 2007 by Rog Palmer and Włodek Rączkowski 42Cropmarks 44Books of interest? Full-waveform airborne laser scanning as a tool for archaeological reconnaissance. 42. 1995, Aerial archaeology and the study of settlement systems some examples from Middle Pomerania (Poland), Forschungen zur Archaologie im Land Brandenburg 3, pp. In W S Hanson and I P Hayes (ed) Roman Dacia: the making of a provincial society. Ancient Landscapes of the Yorkshire Wolds.Judith Oexle (ed). Ldr. La trace de Rome dans le Désert de Syrie. The resulting plots and associated data sets can be viewed at a variety of scales (ranging from individual sites at e.g. Number 2 – not the answer! ; 201329Godja, M., John, J., a kolektiv, 2013. Ralston (producers), 2008. by César Parcero-Oubiña 12Interpreting social change from above: causewayed enclosures of Northern Spanish Plateau by Marcos García García 14A view from the far west of Europe: Aerial Archaeology at the Merida Institute of Archaeology by Victorino Mayoral Herrera 24Aerial survey of the Ager Segisamonensis: a Roman landscape revisited (Sasamón, Spain) by Jesús García Sánchez 34Roman military settlements in the Northwest of the Iberian Peninsula. J. Ostoja-Zagorski 1969, Mozliwosci wykorzystania fotointerpretacji w badaniach archeologicznych, Fotointerpretacja w Geografii 7, pp. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Roland Linck. The process results in a “flood diagram” which shows areas visible from that position and areas which are obscured by terrain (Fig. … 38 List of Contributors … 41 Notes for Contributors … 42, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Chairman’s Piece by Bob Bewley 6Some thoughts on Field Archaeology by David Wilson 7Air Photography and Sites and Monuments Records: some observations by Neil Lang 10Archaeological Interpretation and Rectification of Aerial Photographs. These create an uneven graph-paper-like mesh which gives greater precision to mapping when transferring information from an aerial photograph. 93-8 [possibilities of using aerial photography in archaeology]. Another member of the AERIAL software family. Dave Cowley and Colin Martin. Archaeological Prospection 7Julian D Richards et als. Above Scotland Cities, David Kennedy and M.C. The data explosion: tackling the taboo of automatic feature recognition in airborne survey data. Marks seen from the air in crops near Dorchester, Oxoniensia 3, 169-171. For most of the period before the War, the technique of aerial photography was used mainly by Polish archaeologists for illustrative purposes, it was used since 1935 for the recording of excavations from a tethered balloon (Biskupin, Klecko) – the technique seems to have been based on the balloons used at Megidddo, Palestine (published in Antiquity in 1932). “The scale of landscape transformation over the last century, within Europe and globally, has been great. While cropmark plots can be seen as maps of prehistoric, Roman and medieval activity, to aid the study of the archaeology of the county, they are also used to inform archaeologists when sites are threatened by modern developments such as roads and housing. AARGnews 16, 37-38. Alternatively a half-day historical tour in Constanța can be chosen. Archeologie Krajiny pod Rípem (Archaeology in the Landscape around the Hill of Ríp)Michael Doneus, Christian Gugl and Nives Doneus, 2013. A first version of this list was prepared for the Leszno school, and I would like to thank Wlodek Raczkowski for his help in tracking-down some of these refences. Many of the photographs reproduced here result from aerial survey, partly funded by the RCHME, carried out by the Archaeology Section of Essex County Council. Z. Rajewski 1964, Fotografowanie obiektow archeologicznych z balonu, Z Otchlani Wiekow 30, 84-86 [photographing archaeological sites from balloons]. Sheffield: J R Collis. The book is available (at £15 including postage and packaging) from Roger Massey-Ryan, Essex County Council, Planning Department, Archaeology Section, County Hall, CM1 1LF (tel: 00 44 1245 437633). 9.2 Members whose subscriptions are in arrears two months after the due date shall be sent a reminder and will be removed from the circulation list for official communications and services until payment has been received. 1. Then this post on My Drone Authority (run by Mark Sheenan) might be just a helpful jump in! Projects requiring accurate depiction of archaeological traces are likely to require line and polygon information that show ditches, banks, walls and possibly also select non-archaeological information. Museum of National History and Archaeology, Manager of the Museum of National History and Archaeology, II. RCHME, 1960. We are a community of heritage professionals, researchers, students and independent scholars dedicated to education, research and outreach, initiatives involving the acquisition and application of data from airborne and spaceborne platforms. aerial photographs and historic environment Cowley, D.C., Standring, R.A. and Abicht, M.J. (eds), Oxford, 2010. A case study from Lower Silesia Region, Poland by Grzegorz Kiarszys 21Cropmarks 37Books of interest? Arheologie aeriană. M.Dworaczyk, K.Kowalski, A.Porzezinski, S.Slowinski, E.Wilgocki, Szczecin: Stowarzyszenie Naukowe Archeologow Polskich, ss. Ancient landscapes of the Yorkshire Wolds, RCHME, Swindon. Z. Rajewski 1964, Aereofotograficzna dokumentacja obiektow archeologicznych na wystawie miedzynarodowej w Lizbonie w 1964 r., Wiadomosci Archeologiczne 30, 518 [International exhibition in Lisbon]. It is arranged in chronological order. Since those early specialist programs, both written to deal particularly with the problems of oblique image transformation, modern GIS include packages for georectifcation of images that help build a layer of photographic data over which interpretations can be made. Do these gaps reflect real patterns of past activity, or are they methodological artefacts? By comparing excavated sites with groups of similar sites identified by the database, it is hoped that archaeologists will be able to make more informed interpretations about the nature of the sites which appear on photographs. Corona mission declassified.Colin Haselgrove (ed). The journal Antiquity, by then edited by Glyn Daniel, continued to publish notes on ‘aerial reconnaissance’ and included articles by Agache and, notably, a series of ‘recent results’ by St Joseph. However, to photograph a site it has first to be noticed by an aerial observer and analysis has shown that aerial photographers are not as efficient as they think. J. Kostrzewski 1938, Osada bagienna w Biskupinie, w pow. Forschungen zur Archäologie im Land Brandenburg 3. Beazeley, G.A., 1919. AARGnews 47, 8-12. M. Kowianska-Piaszykowa 1957, Wyniki badan archeologicznych kurhanu III kultury unietyckiej w Lekach Malych w pow. Luftfotoarkæologi i Vestjylland [Looking at the past from the air. 2011. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. Third International Conference on Archaeological prospection. A welcome reception will take place on September 11 th. Macleod and Dave C. Cowley, Calibrating GeoPortal Maps and Orthophotos by Irwin Scollar, Problems of reconnaissance of the karst landscape – an example of the northern sub-Velebit littoral, Croatia by Vedrana Glavaš, Flying in a Rainy Spring: Romanian Surveys in 2011 by Irina Oberländer-Târnoveanu and Carmen Bem, Cropmarks 2011 in Poland – is there a need for further discussion? Glazebrook, J. Air and Earth: aerial archaeology in Ireland: a review for the Heritage Council A.J. Cercetări aerofotografice în anni 1978-1980. AARG provides up to £1000 annually in support of outreach, training and publication projects of interest to the aerial archaeology community. Aerial photography, photo interpretation and mapping for archaeology. 54. AARG Occasional Publication Series No 1 was published in April 2009. You can pay by VISA or cash in Euro to the driver.⇒Scheulde Bucharest Otopeni-Henri Coandă Airport (OTP) ⇔ Constanța (80+10 Lei/20 Euros, payed during the journey), ⇒Schedule Constanța Mihail Kogălniceanu Airport (CND) ⇔ Constanța (lists only the prices). Comer, D.C. and Harrower, M.J. (ed), 2013. Egypt antiquities from above.Mark Bowden (ed). How do we understand the character of the patterns of archaeological evidence derived from aerial survey? Mapping site-level microtopography with Real-Time Kinematic Global Navigation Satellite Systems and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Photogrammetry AARG: general information, membership, addresses, student bursaries 58, Back to top of pageContents Editorial 3Oscar’s last AARG Chairman’s Piece: 7Oldie but goodie. Bradford was responsible for most of the publication as Williams-Hunt had moved to SE Asia where he retained (and published) his aerial interests. Case studies from across Europe present varying approaches to interpretation drawing on current practice from a range of different landscapes. Ordnance Survey Professional Papers 7. Institutions may be represented by persons who are not individual members of the Group, but no person shall exercise a vote both as an individual member and as an institutional representative on the same resolution. The 1970s saw a continued increase in numbers of active aerial photographers, including the beginning of work in Warsaw Pact countries that had their particular problems of secrecy and censorship. 3. Archaeological Journal 156List of Contributors 41, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Chairman’s Piece by Davy Strachan 6Honorary Secretary’s Report by Toby Driver 7AARG Annual Meeting, Bournemouth, September 1999: summaries 8Aerial reconnaissance in England: some thoughts for the future by Damian M. Grady 15Forthcoming events, etc 28The Stour Valley Project, England: a cropmark landscape in three dimensions. Please enter the correct amount according to your status (individual, institutional, special rate). Call for papers, dates and information 9AARG 2010 Conference, Bucharest, Romania by Rob Fry, David Stott, Laura Pring and Dan Boddice 10Archaeological remote sensing and geophysics: Munster 2010: Conference review by Johanna Dreßler 12New legs for a long-term pursuit by Chris Musson, for the ArchaeoLandscapes Europe Project (ArcLAND) 16Aerial archaeological substantiation of a Roman cadastre system’s predictive model by András Bödőcs 20An EPPIC Odyssey into Aerial Archaeology by Tara-Jane Sutcliffe 29Information, conference, summer schools, workshop 34Cropmarks 37Book Review by Irwin Scollar – Neubauer et al, Mittelneolithische Kreisgrabenanlagen in Niederösterreich 39Books of interest? Bell: London. 11. A conference was held at Kleinmachnow, Berlin in 1994 and was followed in 1996 by a training week in Hungary. CORONA Satellite Photography and Ancient Road Networks: A Northern Mesopotamian Case Study. Colin Haselgrove (ed). by Cristina Charro Lobato 11Report on summer school of “Potential of satellite images and hyper-/multispectral recording in archaeology” 30th July – 3rd August 2012 by Jitka Jizerova 14First Aerial Archaeology Research and Training School in Turkey 20 – 30th July 2012 a.k.a. 31. Verhoeven, W. Karel, S. Štuhec, M. Doneus, I. Trinks and N. Pfeifer, 2015. Michael Doneus, et al, 2015. Edis, J., MacLeod, D. and Bewley, R. 1989 “An archaeologist’s guide to classification of cropmarks and soilmarks.” Antiquity 63, pp 112-26. Archaeological Prospection 5. Archaeological remote sensing: visualisation and analysis of grass-dominated environments using airborne laser scanning and digital spectral data. Augšzemes Ezeri: arheoloğija un folklore [Lakes of Augšzemes: archaeology and folklore]Stefano Campana and Salvatore Piro. The journal focuses on design and applications of drones, including unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), and Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), etc. The Conference Dinner will tale place on Friday, the 13th of September, in a traditional Romanian inn, in Eforie Sud, 21 km South of Constanța. The Group’s principal area of operation shall be Europe, but its remit is worldwide and it will actively seek to broaden its activities and membership as appropriate. To apply please write to the AARG’s Chairman (email@example.com) with a brief (1-2 page) summary of the proposed project, including an outline of the planned activities and the relevance of the project to AARG, and an estimated budget. W. Ostrowski and K. Hanus, 2016. Stoertz, C., 2013. New Zealand has some 6,000 earthwork fortifications, the product of widespread warfare in the pre-European period from about A.D. 1500 to A.D. 1800. Aerial reconnaissance over England in Summer 1996. Air Photo Interpretation for Archaeologists 53Books of interest? Le limes de Trajan à la conquète arabe. by Dave Cowley, Rachel Opitz, Axel Posluschny and Armin Schmidt 46Santiago Tales from your Committee 49AARG notices: Derrick Riley Bursary & Information for contributors 51Cropmarks 52Books of interest? But opting out of some of these cookies may affect your browsing experience. Photogrammetric usage of 1956–57 USAF aerial photography of Spain. www.antiquity.ac.uk, Projects, September 2003.Sarah Newsome, Coastal Landscapes of Suffolk during the Second World War. W. Gorgolewski, E. Tomczak 1998, Grodziska Gornego Slaska i Zaglebia Dabrowskiego z lotu ptaka, Katowice [a series of picture-postcard type views of strongholds in southern Poland, not always visible due to thick trees, but a useful collection and documents the state of preservation of some monuments]. Research News: newsletter of the English Heritage Research Department. The technique requires only a suitable DTM and the location of sites in the landscape, and can therefore be easily applied, and is likely to produce archaeologically significant, and often unexpected, results. Close-range photogrammetric software enabled the creation of 3D models and orthophotos from the original drone images and these can provide precision data about a site. AARG sees the aerial perspective as integral to the pursuit of key questions in archaeology and heritage, including landscape character, long term landscape change, human ecodynamics, and the experience of place. M. J. F. Fowler. Flights over Ancient Iran Archaeological monographs from English Heritage, N. Gilmour, S. Horlock, R. Mortimer and S. Tremlett, 2014. Google Earth was initially released in 2001 and, along with Microsoft’s Bing, now provides a first view for anyone examining an area from above. Juan Antonio Pérez, Francisco Manuel Bascon and María Cristina Charro, 2014. 56Eric Schmidt, 1940. Membership is open to all who have an interest or practical involvement in aerial archaeology, The Aerial Archaeology Research Group (AARG) began life in 1983 after some earlier seminars called to discuss ideas raised by Paul Ashbee (then of the University of East Anglia) and David Wilson (of, Computer rectification had become available and allowed, for the first time, rapid mapping of complex features and large areas. Mapping Medieval MervZoltán Czajlik. 6. The latter is a never-ending quest and recurs at intervals and as new areas (each of which has its own specific problems) are studied or new methods applied (see, for example, papers by Duncan and Redfern in, More recently we have examined ways of using machine intelligence to find and classify archaeological information (for example, De Laet and Lambers; Trier et al in, Present day annual AARG meetings have become slightly more formal presentations of finished, or ongoing, projects, although we have introduced sessions which have more open discussions. by Rog Palmer 44Cropmarks 47Reviewnote: Tom Condit, Mark Keegan and many others. 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