University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology

Author: Julian Whittlesey

Balloons, ‘Flying Mattresses,’ and Photography

By: Julian Whittlesey

Aerial photography has rapidly become one of the major weapons in the arsenal of the archaeologist. Man has left marks and scars on his planet which are often invisible to the naked eye, but which can often be perceived and plotted through aerial photography. The constant use of a trail or human building activities will […]