A growing aerial digital archive of archaeological sites across the Middle East

Aerial photography has long been used to both document and investigate ancient landscapes. These two archaeologists from Oxford University aim to compile an extensive digital archive of aerial photographs of the changes and threats to, and the extensive destruction of, such sites across the Middle East


What two Oxford archaeologists discovered while flying over ancient Jordan

By Sam McNeil, Associated Press

The Star.com

October 12, 2016

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