Aerial Archaeology: Developing Future Practice
Not attempts to find prehistoric artifacts in the atmosphere, but the use of aerial photography to aid investigations on the ground, was the topic of the November 2000 NATO workshop in Lezno, Poland. The 35 papers cover whether lessons have been learned over the past 100 years, achievements toward understanding archaeological landscapes, opening up new landscapes, future technological applications, heritage management, and whether a meta-aerial archaeology is necessary to clarify the relationship between technology and philosophy. Included are 111 color plates, but no index. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).
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