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AARGnews 54 - Contents

Contents

Editorial 4

AARG Chairpiece: March 2017 by Rachel Opitz 7

Student/young researchers’ scholarships for AARG 2017 8

AARG 2017: First call for papers 9

AARG notices: Derrick Riley Bursary 10

Fantastic Images (and where to find them) by Davide Danelli 11

Palimpsests of medieval landscapes. A case study from Lower Silesia Region, Poland by Grzegorz Kiarszys 21

Cropmarks 37

Books of interest? 40
Maurizio Forte and Stefano Campana (eds), 2016. Digital Methods and Remote Sensing in Archaeology.
Allan S Gilbert (ed), 2017. Encylopedia of Geoarchaeology.
J Henry Fair, 2016. Industrial Scars: The Hidden Costs of Consumption.
Máté Szabó, 2016. Aerial archaeological work in Hungary in 2011.
Gianluca Cantoro, Jeremia Pelgrom and Tesse D. Stek, 2016. Reading a difficult landscape from the air. A methodological case-study from a WWII airfield in South Italy.
Łukasz Banaszek, 2015. Przeszłe krajobrazy w chmurze punktów (Past landscapes in the point cloud).
Federica Boschi, 2016. Non-destructive field evaluation in Preventive Archaeology. Looking at the current situation in Europe.
Francesco Benassi, et al, 2017. Testing Accuracy and Repeatability of UAV Blocks Oriented with GNSS-Supported Aerial Triangulation.
Christopher Stewart , 2017. Detection of Archaeological Residues in Vegetated Areas Using Satellite Synthetic Aperture Radar.
Free downloads: Council for British Archaeology, RCHME inventories, Dave Cowley publications

Papers of interest? As yet unread 44