Interpreting the Landscape from the Air

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Aerial photography can give the archaeologist unique information about the development of a particular landscap over the centuries. After a brief introduction to the history of aerial photography and to its main features (cropmarks, parchmarks, earthworks, soil marks, patterns), Mick Aston presents case studies spanning the length and breadth of the country, including several World Heritage sites.

Interpreting the Landscape from the Air 2004, Tempus Publishing, Limited

ISBN-13: 9780752428468

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Interpreting the Landscape from the Air 2002, Arcadia Publishing (SC)

ISBN-13: 9780752425207

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