AARGnews 29

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AARGnews 29
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AARGnews
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29
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Publication Type:
Journal
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Editor:
Rog Palmer
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Publisher:
Aerial Archaeology Research Group
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Year of Publication:
2004
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BIAB (The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB))
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URI: http://aarg.univie.ac.at/
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20 Aug 2007

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Reference record only Wlodek Raczkowski
9 - 11
The author presents a personal account of using the Aerial Reconnaissance Archives at Keele University, and describes the need for them to be properly conserved and made more easily accessible.
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Reference record only Sarah Newsome
Cain Hegarty
13 - 19
An archaeological survey of the Suffolk coast using aerial photographs was carried out between 2001 and 2004. It was part of an integrated survey which also involved aerial reconnaissance and field survey. The article provides an overview of the project results and a discussion of how the results differed from those expected at the start of the project. It highlights the complexity of using aerial photographs for archaeological survey in the coastal zone and also the importance of presenting the results of National Mapping Programme (NMP) survey in interesting and informative ways.
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