Among these, work by Wlodek Rączkowski (eg 1999)34Rączkowski, W., 1999. Flying along the coast at low tide, timber fish-weirs, oyster pits, shipwrecks, and hulks of other boats have been recorded in this way. Gojda, M., (ed) 2004. The soils of most regions of Poland seem not to produce the same types of clear cropmarks as in England, Bavaria and other areas beloved by the archaeological aerial observer. These collections contain a variety of sources including images by CUCAP, local flyers, RCHME survey and Essex County Council (Fig. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice (6th edition). Institutional Membership, open to groups or institutions; Institutional Members shall be entitled to receive a copy of all communications relating to the meetings and activities of the Group, along with single copies of any general-issue publications (including the Group’s journal, if any) for library use and the right to exercise through a nominated representative a single vote at General Meetings; c. Honorary Membership, which may be conferred by vote of the membership in General Meeting on individuals or institutions in recognition of distinguished service in the fields of aerial archaeology or related applications of remote sensing, as a means of fostering wider communication or interchange (especially at international level), or for such other reason as the membership may from time to time deem appropriate; Honorary Members, whether individuals or institutions, shall enjoy the same rights as Ordinary or Institutional Members respectively. AARG: general information, membership, addresses, student bursaries 24, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Chairman’s Piece: The contribution of aerial techniques to archaeology by Oscar Aldred 6AARG 2014, Dublin. 39NAPLIB. Nellis and G.M. (ed), 1970. As yet unread, AARG Chair Piece: September 2016 by Rachel Opitz, Student/young researchers’ scholarships for AARG 2016, AARG notices: Derrick Riley Bursary/ISAP Fund/Information for contributors, Finding common ground: human and computer vision in archaeological prospection by Arianna Traviglia, Dave Cowley and Karsten Lambers, Automated detection in remote sensing archaeology: a reading list by Karsten Lambers and Arianna Traviglia, The archaeological potential of declassified HEXAGON KH‐9 panoramic camera satellite photographs by Martin J. F Fowler, Hillshades and High Drama by Rebecca Bennett, “A set of old wives’ tales”: When Nadar was a photographer. Google Earth was initially released in 2001 and, along with Microsoft’s Bing, now provides a first view for anyone examining an area from above. zninskim, Przeglad Archeologiczny 5 (2/3), pp. Aerial investigation and mapping of the Newgrange Landscape, Brú na Bóinne, Co. Meath: The Archaeology of the Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site Interim Report, December 2018. by Rog Palmer 50Books and papers of interest? J. Henry Fair. In 2019 the Aerial Archaeology Research Group Annual Conference will take place in Constanța (Romania) between September 12th-14th. Air Photography in Archaeology. In D.R. by Rog Palmer 42Cropmarks 50Review article (Roman Camps in Scotland) by Toby Driver 52Books of interest? Rob de Vrind), UAV investigations of a Pictish cemetery at Tarradale, Ross-shire, Scotland by Andy Hickie, Notes about ‘Britain by Drone: Heatwave Special’ by Rog Palmer, Resolving some spatial resolution issues – Part 1: Between line pairs and sampling distance by Geert Verhoeven, AARG: general information, membership, addresses, student scholarships. We are a community of heritage professionals, researchers, students and independent scholars dedicated to education, research and outreach, initiatives involving the acquisition and application of data from airborne and spaceborne platforms. J. Miszalski 1966, Srodowisko geograficzne grodu wczesnosredniowiecznego w Chodliku w swietle interpretacji zdjec lotniczych’, Fotointerpretacja w Geografii 3 [Aerial photography used to reconstruct geographical envirionment of early Medieval stronghold. Musson, C., – Palmer, R., – Campana, S., 2013. and Charro, M.C., 2014. Archaeology from Historical aerial and satellite archives. Wellington, Victoria University Press, 1994. No business shall be considered at such a meeting other than that for which it was convened; one sixth of the current membership, including at least two officers, shall constitute a quorum. Egypt antiquities from above. Many of the photographs reproduced here result from aerial survey, partly funded by the RCHME, carried out by the Archaeology Section of Essex County Council. Tempus: Stroud. Pioneers above Jordan: revealing a prehistoric landscape, David C. Cowley and Birger B. Stichelbaut. In the absence of the Chairman this responsibility shall fall to the Vice-Chairman or, in his/her absence, to such other member as those present shall decide for that meeting and that meeting alone. A. Air Photography and Archaeology. by Chris Musson, writing for himself and Otto Braasch 25Software for anaglyphs by Toby Driver and Rog Palmer 29Cropmarks 31Books of interest? The nominated officer shall keep a regular account of all receipts and payments and of the funds, assets and liabilities of the Group and shall prepare annual accounts as specified in 8.3 below. There are no trains during night time. 2013. Satellite Remote Sensing for Archaeology, The role of efficiency in aerial archaeological research of Hungary by Zoltán Czajlik. American Antiquity, 62(2).Jacqueline 1 McKinley, Bronze Age ‘barrows’ and funerary rites and ritual of cremation. Tempus, Stroud. Review article and comment by Kevin Jones, J.W.E.Fassbinder and W. Irlinger (eds). K. Bielenin, 1962, Sprawozdanie z badan nad starozytnym hutnictwem swietokrzyskim w 1960 i 1961 r., Materialy Archeologiczne (Cracow), 4, pp. St Joseph and Wilson published extensively in journals and through CUCAP’s own series of books, with Wilson producing a photo reading guide in 1982, From 1960 there was an increase in the number of archaeologists taking aerial photographs in parts of Europe among whom was Irwin Scollar (Rhine Valley in Germany, 1965). I, pp. Archaeology Section” (ed.) Sensing the Past: Contributions from the ArcLand Conference on Remote Sensing for Archaeology.A. [here the Polish balloon experience is amalgamated with Near Eastern techniques. Part 1: methodology by D. Strachan. He had begun his aerial photographic work a few years earlier using RAF aircraft. Documenting natural and anthropogenic hazards at the Nasca LinesUNESCO World Heritage site in Peru using satellite SARLoren V. Cowin. Archaeology from Historical aerial and satellite archives. AARG has a small, but increasing, number of members from, or working in, other parts of the world and AARGnews has included summaries of work in Israel, Turkey, Jordan, Armenia, Egypt, Afghanistan, and New Zealand as well as updates from work in ‘new’ countries in Europe such as Croatia and Serbia. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 29:2 (2004), 118-134.List of Contributors 26, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Chairman’s Piece by Toby Driver 5AARG 2004 7Conferences of interest? Collis: Sheffield. Mapping Archaeological Landscapes from Space, Alexandra Cordier. In this document aerial searching is established as one of the methods of survey to be applied]. If you need in any assistance with your arrival to Constanța (for example arriving very late at the airport or train station in Constanța or Bucharest), please let us know your travel details and we will arrange means of transportation for you! Part of the reason may well be the paranoid Cold War attitudes which made a state secret out of even basic topographic information (was this however the only cause?). Fraser, 2014. 1. (See AARGnews 28 and 47). Archaeology Section” (ed.) : Chairman’s Piece by Wlodek Raczkowski  5Archaeological Prospecting Using High-Resolution Digital Satellite Imagery: Recent Advances and Future Prospects – A Session Held at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) Conference, Williamsburg, USA, March 2009 by V. De Laet and K. Lambers 9Finding burial mounds from space: automatic detection of circular soil marks and crop marks in QuickBird imagery of agricultural land in south-east Norway by Øivind Due Trier, Siri Øyen Larsen and Rune Solberg 18Inspiring Google Earth Precise Positioning by Irwin Scollar 25Using the results of the National Mapping Programme in England: some examples from Shropshire by Andy Wigley 32Aerial Archaeology and Remote Sensing in Indian Archaeological Research by Manjil Hazarika 36Cropmarks 38Archaeological Prospection and Remote Sensing: Standing the test of time? Photogrammetric usage of 1956-57 USAF aerial photography of Spain. Copyright©1997 Kevin L. Jones/New Zealand Department of Conservation is asserted. 49 AARG: general information, membership, addresses, student bursaries 55, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 2Chairman’s Piece 5AARG 2008, Ljubljana – outline of sessions & a call for papers 8Report on the AARG Conference, Copenhagen 2007 by Johannes Heinzel 9The demise of NAPLIB 10A beginner’s guide to transformation programs compiled by Irwin Scollar et al 11Locally Adaptive Tone Mapping for Colour and Exposure Error Correction by Irwin Scollar 19Planning for your next computer disaster by Irwin Scollar 31Military trenches or Ancient Fortification Constructions? Use of satellite images was initially pursued as the special interest of one member but, with the increasing resolution now publicly available, this media is becoming a useful source of archaeological information (see Fowler in AARGnews 9-15, Comfort in AARGnews 14; Danelli in AARGnews 54).As AARG enlarged in size, so it attracted aerial photographers as members and topics have arisen which pursue their interests. Cropmarks, soilmarks and earthworks are mapped using set conventions, from both available vertical and specialist oblique photographs from a number of sources. Italy) by Keri Brown 21Commercial printing and imaging from 35mm slides by Kevin Jones 23Remote Sensing Society: Archaeology Special Interest Group (from their Newsletter 1 edited by Alison Cauldwell) 27Aerial Archaeology in Central Europe: a short conference review by Michael Doneus 30Crop Circles : exhibition of photographs by Anthony Crawshaw 31Radar images on world wide web by Anthony Crawshaw 33Workshop Pecs: 22-24 January 1998: summary by Gábor Bertók 36AirPhoto – A WinNT/Win95 Program for Geometric Processing of Archaeological Air Photos by Irwin Scollar 37News from Europe 39Obituary: Tom Hayes by Paul Everson 40Books of interest? The technique requires only a suitable DTM and the location of sites in the landscape, and can therefore be easily applied, and is likely to produce archaeologically significant, and often unexpected, results. The Light Fantastic: using airborne lidar in archaeological survey, Stefano Campana, Maurizio Forte and Claudia Liuzza. Wales from the Air. I. Modrzewska-Marciniak, D. Monna, and J. Przenioslo 1981, Prospezioni archeologico-geografische italo-polache eseguite in Italia nei ultima anni, Le Origini di Venezia (Venice) pp. Ostrowski and K. Hanus, 2016. Batsford, London and Israel, edited and published (in 1984)21Allen, G.W.G. Stereo photography for airborne observers. Museum of National History and Archaeology, Manager of the Museum of National History and Archaeology, II. W. Hensel 1939, Grod wczesnodziejowy w Klecku w pow. On the theory and practice of archaeological computing. Scollar, I., 1998. Phillips, C.W. Understanding the Cropmark Landscapes of the Magnesian Limestone. Lincolnshire’s Archaeology from the Air. Medieval Devon and Cornwall: Shaping an Ancient Countryside.List of Contributors 50, Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Chairman’s Piece by Dave Cowley 7Bringing Air and Water Together. The 3D Analyst and Spatial Analyst extensions of Arcview allow the inter-visibility of monuments to be studied by selecting a position on, or above the DTM, and carrying out “line of sight” (LOS) or view-shed analysis. Anniversary Reflections from a Founder Member by Cathy Stoertz, Non-invasive Archaeological Training School in Pécs, Hungary: Remote sensing from sky and ground by Mikolaj Kostyrko and Adam Loks, Traces of the Past Exhibition Opens in Dublin by Rob Shaw, Google Earth: Improving Mapping Accuracy by Irwin Scollar, 4G (GeoSetter, GoogleEarth, Geoportal, GIS): or a new dimension in the use of spatial data by Lidka Zuk, Stereo photography for airborne observers by Rog Palmer, Roger Agache 1926 – 2011 by Irwin Scollar, Forthcoming workshop; Information for AARGnews contributors. Interpreting aerial photographs of Bukovicaby Filomena Sirovica, Mario Bodružić, Ivan Huljev, Iva Perinić and Ante Purušić 44Workshop reports: From point cloud to Local Relief Model: a report and case study from the “LiDAR – innovative technology for archaeology” training school in Poznań, Poland by Mikołaj Kostyrko 51“In one week learn how to prepare and fly your drone to survey in 3D your Cultural Heritage” by Nina Heiska 58Cropmarks 62Books of interest? 6.1 The Annual General Meeting shall normally be held within the months of September to November each year, and in any case at intervals of not less than 9 months nor greater than 15 months. 2003. Here, the synergies of ‘old’ data and new technology with the rapid developments in soft-bench photogrammetry open up new avenues for integrated cross-disciplinary landscape investigation. Z. Jablonski, M. Sinkiewicz. Images of Conflict: Military Aerial Photography and ArchaeologyPeter Halkon. A Welcome Reception will take place on the 11th September, from 5.30 pm, hosted by the Museum of National History and Archaeology Constanța. Pilzen. Danebury: an aerial photographic interpretation of its environs. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. Air photography of archaeological sites in Wales can only be a first step towards fully identifying, recording and eventually managing the archaeological heritage of Wales. Wellington, Victoria University Press, 1994. Your membership will be prolonged when the membership fee is received in full. Studie k Dálkovému Průzkumu Archeologii (Studies in Remote Sensing for Archaeology). His aim, he wrote, was to discover sites – and this same aim has been one of the driving forces behind many later aerial photographers. Ldr. Palmer, R., 1977. Once archaeological features have been recorded on aerial photographs, they must be mapped in order to understand their relative shape and size. You can pay by VISA or cash in Euro to the driver.⇒Scheulde Bucharest Otopeni-Henri Coandă Airport (OTP) ⇔ Constanța (80+10 Lei/20 Euros, payed during the journey), ⇒Schedule Constanța Mihail Kogălniceanu Airport (CND) ⇔ Constanța (lists only the prices). Books of interest? Discovery from the Air. In D. Kennedy (ed) Into the Sun: essays in air photography in honour of Derrick Riley, 13-28. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. When paying by bank transfer, please ensure your name and reason for payment is clearly displayed. Back to top of pageContentsEditorial 3Heatwave reveals ancient trading centre by Zoom Rockman 6Chairpiece: by Steve Davis 7AARG notices: Derrick Riley Bursary / ISAP Fund / Information for contributors 9Aerial archaeology in Denmark summer 2018 by Lis Helles Olesen 10Historic England Flying Summer 2018 by Damian Grady 13The Netherlands by Willy Metz (in collaboration with drs. Remote Sensing for Archaeological Heritage ManagementStephen Trow, Vincent Holyoak and Emmet Byrnes (eds.). Near Eastern Archaeology 76, 28-36.; Hanson and Oltean 201332Hanson, W.S. tab as well. 29Vertical and oblique photograhs by Michael Doneus 35New homepages by V. Arious 42Aerial Archaeology Workshop Leszno 1998 – the view from behind by Agnieszka Dolatowska, Jolanta Goliasz and Lidka Luk 43Mobile GIS with in-flight-GPS-Support: ‘Customizing’ Proposal for AA by Eckhard Heller 45The Colosseum of Rome from 681 kilometres by Martin J.F. Die Canabae von Carnuntum – eine Modellstudie der Erforschung römischer Lagervorstädte Von derLuftbildprospektion zur siedlungsarchäologischen SyntheseLis Helles Olesen and Kira Jørstad Klinkby. Reading a difficult landscape from the air. This current project arises from the preparation of a regional research framework for the eastern counties (Glazebrook 1997) and has been funded by English Heritage (EH) as part of the implementation of the Monuments at Risk Survey. Information about the morphological nature of mapped features is then compiled onto a computer database which will allow sites with similar characteristics and topographical setting to be extracted and their distributions plotted. Hadrian Cook and Tom Williamson (ed). A Spectacular History of Survey by Flying Machine!Allan Williams. The Role of Agriculture and Pastoralism for the Cultural Formation of the Mountainous Landscape of Siteia Area, Crete (Greece): a view from the skyCharles Moriarty. Ancient landscapes of the Yorkshire Wolds, RCHME, Swindon. Balancing on the Borderline – a Low-cost Approach to Visualize the Red-edge Shift for the Benefit of Aerial Archaeology.M. Remote sensing is one of the main foundations of archaeological data, under pinning knowledge and understanding of the historic environment. by Dave Cowley, Rachel Opitz, Axel Posluschny and Armin Schmidt, AARG notices: Derrick Riley Bursary & Information for contributors, Eric Schmidt, 1940. 25Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. Following the success of the 1998 aerial archaeology school in Leszno (AARG News 17), it seems that if adequate funding can be secured, aerial photography will find an increasingly more secure place among the field techniques routinely used by Polish archaeologists. Another member of the AERIAL software family. No person or institution shall be deemed a member until such application has been approved by the General Committee, which shall have absolute discretion to refuse membership to any person or institution without giving reason therefore; membership shall not be refused, however, without just cause. A Matter of Time: an archaeological survey of the river gravels of England. By comparing excavated sites with groups of similar sites identified by the database, it is hoped that archaeologists will be able to make more informed interpretations about the nature of the sites which appear on photographs. 3-4; P. Barford 1998, Reflections on the Leszno Aerial Archaeology School, pp. Above Wartime Europe: The Top Secret Aerial Photographs of World War Two. The influence of aerial photography on the artworks of Kate Whiteford by Sarah Horlock, Stefano Campana and Salvatore Piro. Airborne laser scanning raster data visualization: A Guide to Good Practice. Stereo photography for airborne observers. Geophysics and Landscape Archaeology, Birger Stichelbaut, Jean Bourgeois, Nicholas Saunders and Piet Chielens (eds). The webpage even calls attention to buy 2 separate tickets instead of a return ticket if that way you pay less. Ur, J. Archaeology and Environment in a Changing East Yorkshire Landscape: The Foulness Valley c. 800 BC to c. AD 400Sarah H Parcak. ALS has revolutionized the way archaeologists can see and understand topography in many previously-hidden parts of the world (see, Department of Archaeology and Cultural History –. 4.2 The Chairman shall preside at all meetings of the Group or General Committee at which he/she is present. Copies of all of these photographs, and many others, are held in the county Sites and Monuments Record (SMR), a public record which is maintained by the Archaeology Section of the County Council. This enabled him to build up what is now known as the Crawford Collection, held now in British national collections. The ‘Member’ rate applies only to delegates registered as paid AARG members for the calendar year 2019. Contributions are welcome on recent research and historical applications of aerial archaeology, including case studies and more theoretical contributions. Populating Clay Landscapes. Pilzen. The application of an aerial perspective can vary between countries depending on intellectual or academic traditions, but the availability of imagery and ease of access to archives to a large degree define whether or not these underused sources of knowledge can be utilised effectively.”. However, since 1995 a programme of digital air photo mapping and record creation in Wales has also begun to make a significant impact on the study of upland and plough-levelled lowland archaeological landscapes in the country. RCAHMW. 51David Strachan. Riley, D. 1982 Aerial Archaeology in Britain, Shire Archaeology, Princes Risborough. 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. The Archaeology Section of the County Council is currently carrying out the Essex Mapping Project, which is part of the RCHME’s National Mapping Programme. 34. He then faded from the aerial scene until the 1970s. This continues to form part of discussions at the annual conferences. The resulting cropmark plots can be studied either on a site specific, detailed level (i.e. 32. Archeologie a letecké laserové  skenování  krajiny  (Archaeology and airborne laser scanning of the landscape).Sándor Berecki, Zoltán Czajlik, László Rupnik, 2013. This reluctance seems to stem from a lack of conviction about the cost-effectiveness of this technique. 121-135 [a rather long chapter on some rather fuzzy photographs of an architectural complex and the interpretation of some adjacent ‘cropmarks’]. Chairman’s Piece: The contribution of aerial techniques to archaeology by Oscar Aldred, AARG Vacancies: Chairman, Vice‐Chairman & Honorary Secretary; Derrick Riley Bursary; Information for contributors, Forthcoming: 5th International Conference on Remote Sensing in Archaeology, AARG 2013 Debate Session: Touching images: thinking thorough textures by Dimitrij Mlekuž, Between the eye and the mind. Rebecca Bennett, Dave Cowley & Véronique De Laet, 2014. A quorum shall consist of one quarter of the current membership, including at least two officers. Current Archaeology 157.Various editors. Budget UAV systems for the prospection of small and medium‐scale archaeological sites. 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. For a review of New Zealand archaeological aerial photographs, see: Kevin L. Jones. Airborne laser bathymetry for documentation of submerged archaeological sites in shallow water.Miguel A. Bernabé‐Poveda et al, 2011. Paris: Paul Geuthner.. Further aerial photography in the Near East was undertaken by Erich Schmidt (1940)5Schmidt, E.F., 1940. 6! Roy Geog Soc Res Ser 5.. That project began before World War Two and was continued afterwards, making use of a 1:10,000 scale post-war aerial survey and targeted photographs taken by St Joseph. 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