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International aerial archaeology conference – Siena

April 15, 2009

AARG 2009 Siena
Certosa di Pontignano, 25 – 27 September 2009

Organised by the University of Siena, Italy, and the Aerial Archaeology Research Group

** Proposals for sessions, papers and posters are invited**

The following sessions have been proposed for the presentations and discussions on 25 and 26 September. Offers, posters and additional session titles of papers are welcome:

Aerial Archaeology in Italy and the central Mediterranean

New Projects

Postgraduate Research

Interpretation, Interpretation, Interpretation… in the 21st century

The Death of Cropmarks?

Engaging with Aerial Photography

Conflict and Military Archaeology

Beyond-Visible Archaeological Reconnaissance

Note: session titles are provisional and all papers and session proposals are welcome.

Oral papers should usually be 20 minutes duration. Equal value is given to poster presentations.

Closing date for abstracts is 31st May 2009.

Address for all conference correspondence:
Dave Cowley, RCAHMS, 16 Bernard Terrace, Edinburgh, EH8 9NX, Scotland



These are to support bona fide students and young researchers who are interested in aerial archaeology and wish to attend the conference. Applications to Dave Cowley at the above address, by letter or email. There is no formal application form but please provide the following information:

Your interests in archaeology and aerial archaeology; place of study; the name and contact details of a supervisor or employer who can provide a reference; an estimate of travel costs to attend.

Closing date for applications is 31st May 2009.

Aerial Archaeology Research Group website:

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