aerial survey archaeology  
Chartley Castle 1.pdf

Welcome.


Drones make aerial imaging realistic, easy and repeatable as a primary method of understanding archaeological sites and landscapes, both in structure and in context.


This project gathers drone images to examine how they are to be handled singly and together, and to assess also how they relate to parallel possibilities, for example mapping, and images from Google Earth.


The images are freely available. Full data files (for printing) for academic use are available from the secretary.


Further survey projects are undertaken by arrangement, also with the secretary.

A hidden connection is stronger than an obvious one. Heraclitus

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www.staffordshirecountystudies.uk

www.self-built.uk

www.hobsmoat.website

Website last updated

10.07.17

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