Anniversary Reflections from a Founder Member. W. Zin 1980, Principles of the Realisation of the Archaeological Field Record of Poland document issued [in Polish] on 15th Feb 1980 by Prof. dr Wiktor Zin, vice-minister of Culture and Arts, and Conservator-General [this is a programme of systematic search for and recording of archaeological sites across the whole country. 6. Research News: newsletter of the English Heritage Research Department. London. Applications for membership shall be made to the Honorary Secretary on a form provided by the Group. View-shed analysis is generally more useful as an aid to studying an archaeological landscape as it reveals other sites which share visibility with the observation point. 2D combination of prospection data. Z. Jablonski, M. Sinkiewicz. La trace de Rome dans le Désert de Syrie. Archaeology Section” (ed.) by Rog Palmer … 27Books of interest? 58Letter 59List of Contributors 60, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Chairman’s Piece by Marilyn Brown 4Air archaeology training project in Hungary 1996: statistics compiled by Cathy Stoertz 5The development of aerial photography in New Zealand archaeology by Kevin L. Jones 7The combined method of aerial reconnaissance and surface collection by Martin Gojda 14More on Technical Pan by Rog Palmer 20Thoughts on hearing the first cuckoo of Spring: a personal response to bits of AARGnews 12 by Cathy Stoertz 21AARG conversation N° 2, part 2: John Hampton and Rog Palmer: 30 January 1996 23Declassified intelligence satellite photographs by Martin J F Fowler 30Aerial archaeology in Japan: a personally-experienced overview by Martin Gojda 36Ring ditches and fungus rings in the 17th century by David R Wilson 42The small cropmark debate? La trace de Rome dans le Désert de Syrie. Also in that book was a summary of Crawford’s work on part of the Stonehenge Avenue that was plough-levelled but had been visible as differential crop growth in RAF photographs taken in 1921. Testing Accuracy and Repeatability of UAV Blocks Oriented with GNSS-Supported Aerial Triangulation. Featherstone et 16 als. Geophysics and Landscape Archaeology, Birger Stichelbaut, Jean Bourgeois, Nicholas Saunders and Piet Chielens (eds). ALS data for many parts of the world can be downloaded from geoportals or national agencies. Ur, J. An example is the work in Dobrogea, Romania by Alexandru Simion Ştefan that was discussed in many publications and summarised in 1983. Space, Time, Place Third International Conference on Remote Sensing in Archaeology, 17th-21st August 2009, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, IndiaHelvetia Archaeologica volume 125/126: LuftbildarchäologieDavid Cowley, Robin Standring and Matthew Abicht. Anniversary Reflections from a Founder Member. 2013. A typical fortification consists of an elevated section of a ridge with ditches at either end. Landscape through the Lens: aerial photographs and Historic environment. This allows comparisons to be made between individual sites and provides information about the position of sites relative to each other, and the natural landscape. First call for papers 10AARG notices: Derrick Riley Bursary / ISAP Fund Information for contributors / Spanish Section 11Aerial Archaeology in Spain: out of the closet? Z. Rajewski 1964, Aereofotograficzna dokumentacja obiektow archeologicznych na wystawie miedzynarodowej w Lizbonie w 1964 r., Wiadomosci Archeologiczne 30, 518 [International exhibition in Lisbon]. Haigh, J.G.B., 1996. That week provided airborne experience for more than 20 ‘students’ who were also introduced to the basics of photo interpretation, mapping and analysis of those results. by Bob Bewley 39NATO Science Programme: Advanced Research Workshop:Aerial Archaeology – Developing Future PracticeLeszno, Poland: 15-17 November 2000Official summary 41Back to Leszno: a personal view by Ioana Oltean 43Some history of the captured German WWII photography by Anthony Crawshaw 45Cropmarks 50Aerial research in Armenia: prospects by Rog Palmer 51Book of considerable interest..?D R Wilson. In these instances, it is necessary for the interpreter to identify individual elements which are contemporary, usually on the basis of form and orientation. The Conference will take place in the Museum of National History and Archaeology Constanța. Scollar, I., 1975. Mapping from aerial images is the step in which those features that have been interpreted are located on to a base map (or orthophoto) to show their location. AARGnews (the newsletter of the Aerial Archaeology Research Group). The AERIAL program, version 4.1, AARGnews 3, 31-33. … 38 List of Contributors … 41 Notes for Contributors … 42, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Chairman’s Piece by Bob Bewley 6Some thoughts on Field Archaeology by David Wilson 7Air Photography and Sites and Monuments Records: some observations by Neil Lang 10Archaeological Interpretation and Rectification of Aerial Photographs. AARGnews 40 (March 2010) 2 Editorial 1 Opportunities At a time when the world seems to have run out of money we are fortunate that two major projects have secured awards that will enable them to tackle different themes that are relevant to AARG and the development of our interests. Wales from the Air. The Role of Agriculture and Pastoralism for the Cultural Formation of the Mountainous Landscape of Siteia Area, Crete (Greece): a view from the sky, Charles Moriarty. Aerial Photographs of Transylvanian Archaeological Sites and Monuments, Catalogi Mvsei Marisiensis, Seria Archaeologica I.Archaeological Data Service, 2014. Bewley, R. 1998 “England’s National Mapping Programme: A Lincolnshire Perspective.” In Lincolnshire’s Archaeology from the Air (ed.) Sketch mapping is used to locate by eye those features and, with practise, can be sufficiently accurate when working at scales of about 1:10,000. So-called ‘historic’ aerial imagery is a privileged source for documenting and understanding these lost landscapes since it provides information that cannot be found anywhere else. Spying on the Past: Declassified Intelligence Satellite Photographs and Near Eastern Landscapes. From the Air: Understanding Aerial Archaeology. 26-36) to reconstruct the palaeotopography and hydrography of this production and trade site, probably Early Medieval Truso]. Aktuelle Forschungen zu den Kelten in Europa: Festkolloquium für Landeskonservator Jörg Biel, The London Journal: a themed issue containing some papers given at a seminar called Eyes Over London: Re-imagining the Metropolis in the Age of Aerial Vision EH NMP Reports, Martin Gojda (ed). He had begun his aerial photographic work a few years earlier using RAF aircraft. Musson. Containing editorials, news items, summary notes and longer descriptive or research articles, AARGnews remains a diverse, up-to-date and above all, open forum for discussion and exchange of new (and old) ideas.Well illustrated with photographs, maps and plans, recent papers have covered aerial photography, air photo interpretation and mapping, historic aviators and their work, the methodology and progress of national remote sensing programmes, satellite imagery, book reviews and useful excerpts from the World Wide Web. It could be said that the networks generated by Braasch, AARG and the Kiliti workshop helped germinate aerial work in Hungary, Poland, Czechia, Slovenia, Estonia, and Lithuania. Nellis and G.M. The many different shapes and sizes of enclosures which appear as cropmarks, for example, can be studied and similar groups can then be compared with examples which have been excavated and which archaeologists understand. This particular gain in knowledge on British sites is one key that may have been responsible for the fact that aerial evidence is accepted as valid by itself there but held in some suspicion in other countries. British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography: supplements 2-5: gazetteer of archaeological investigations in England (1990-1994).Psst …. The flying programme continues to respond to changing research and conservation priorities and in recent years aerial photography has been employed to record for posterity the rapidly-changing urban and industrial landscapes of Wales. Air Survey and Archaeology. Answer to Number 1 … 42 Books of interest? Studie k Dálkovému Průzkumu Archeologii (Studies in Remote Sensing for Archaeology). The resulting loss of evidence from which to understand the past has been great, and sources that give us an insight into earlier conditions can be invaluable. Patterns, Processes and Understanding: Historic aerial photographs for landscape studies, 24-26th April 2014, Bedlewo, Poland by Adam Loks 9AARG notices: Derrick Riley BursaryInformation for contributors 12Cropmarks 13Review article by Cathy Stoertz: Flights into the Past 16Review article by Wlodek Raczkowski: Seeing from Above 18Books of interest? 75-92 [use of new aerial photographic techniques for archaeological purposes]. Roosevelt, 2014. AARGnews 47, 8-12. 93-8 [possibilities of using aerial photography in archaeology]. Wilson (ed) Aerial Reconnaissance for Archaeology. If attending the conference, members who still prefer cash payment will be encouraged to pay their subscriptions for the following year. Aerial archaeology: core to the CHERISH project, 3 Corns, A., Devlin, G. and Shaw, R. Monitoring heritage in the coastal zone case study: Skellig Michael, Ireland, Lenka Starková, Karel Nováček, and Miroslav Melčák. Archeologie a letecké laserové  skenování  krajiny  (Archaeology and airborne laser scanning of the landscape).Sándor Berecki, Zoltán Czajlik, László Rupnik, 2013. and Charro, M.C., 2014. However, to photograph a site it has first to be noticed by an aerial observer and analysis has shown that aerial photographers are not as efficient as they think. Ancient Landscapes of the Yorkshire Wolds.Judith Oexle (ed). A technical notice: a detailed lineup of all past AARG meetings with CfPs, Programme, Abstracts and images is coming soon! Interpreting Archaeological Topography: 3D data, visualisation and observation. Suffolk’s Defended Shore: Fabrice Denise and Lévon Nordighian (ed). This pre-War work at Poznan was not followed-up to a great degree by archaeologists in the People’s Republic of Poland. From 2010, use of drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) was becoming more common in archaeological work. (ed.) No Sick Bag For You by Marko Cekovic 17Forthcoming workshop and conferences 19Four photos taken from a balloon over Berlin in the infancy of aerial photography by Ole Risbøl and Susanne Kaun 20Things on strings and complex computer algorithms: Kite Aerial Photography and Structure from Motion Photogrammetry at the Tulul adh-Dhahab, Jordan by Jochen Reinhard 37What a difference a year makes: preliminary DART datasets from Cherry Copse, Cirencester by R. Fry, D. Stott, D. Boddice and A. R. Beck 42Pickering’s packages: some thoughts on cursus monuments by Kenneth Brophy 48Aerial reconnaissance of maritime landscapes in Scotland – some preliminary observations on context, methodology and results by Dave Cowley, Jonathan Benjamin and Colin Martin 64Aerial Archaeology in Jordan 2010-2012 by Bob Bewley, David Kennedy, Rebecca Banks and Mat Dalton 74Cropmarks 82Information for contributors 83Review article (Historic Wales from the Air) by Oscar Aldred 84Books of interest? 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