GIS and Remote Sensing for Archaeology: Burgundy, France


For more information:

For more European archaeology links

Aerial archive links (U. Wien) An excellent site on aerial archaeology, photography, and prospecting

Antique Maps by Carl Moreland and David Bannister. See Chapter 14 for French cartographers

Archnet The World Wide Web Virtual Library for Archaeology

Archnet GIS and mapping page

Aerial photography in general An introduction to aerial photography

Burgundy A site to see if you want to visit Burgundy

Cartography-A Brief History

French history and prehistory An overview of the history of Gaul and France

GIS The USGS GIS overview

GIS in Archaeology Bibliography-University of Sydney

GIS Guide to Good Practice Guide to arcaheologists edited by Mark Gillings and Alicia Wise

GPS Tutorial from Trimble

Illustrated History of the Roman Empire

Iron Age links An overview of sites about the Iron Age in Europe

Remote Sensing in general An excellent introduction to remote sensing and image processing

Satellite remote sensing for archaeology An overview of projects doing satellite remote sensing archaeology

Time's patterns pieced An article for the UNC Endeavors magazine about the project by Angela Spivey

Visualization of remote sensing data A NASA site with examples of visualizations

Visualization and modeling of GIS data GRASS visualizations

Wroxeter Hinterland Project

Project Zeugma-GIS and remote sensing in Turkey

~ Welcome and Project Background ~ Remote Sensing and GIS ~ The Research Area ~ Aerial Photo Analysis and Aerial Prospecting ~ Airborne Thermal Scanning ~ Archival Aerial Photographs ~ Satellite Remote Sensing ~ GIS ~ GIS Line-of-sight Analysis ~ GIS Predictive Modeling ~ Historic Map Digitization ~ Visualization ~ Recent Project Activities ~ Future Directions ~ Hi Tech Digs TV Documentary ~ Acknowledgements ~ Bibliography ~ Weblinks ~ Contact Information ~