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Introduction to Drone Archaeology

Introduction to Drone Archaeology

– Brief history of Aerial Archaeology
– Kites, aerial photography for archaeology
– Helium balloon systems and other traditional techniques
– Aircrafts and helicopters
– Peru’s drone archaeology team
– Sudan’s 3,000 year old Nubian Pyramids
– Aerial mapping of 70,000 sites along the British coastline
– Subjectivity, bias and perception in aerial archaeology
– Some observations on the nature of aerial survey
– Bias in aerial reconnaissance

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