Aerial Archaeology Training School in Kostolac (Serbia)
Date: 3.-14. June 2011
Exploratory aerial survey with air photo interpretation and mapping. It includes introduction to the area of study (Southern Banat and a part of the Danube Limes area in Serbia), practical experience in reconnaissance and recording in the air, discussion and analysis of photographs, landscape and archaeology, archiving and mapping.
The school is organised for (maximum) sixteen (16) participants from South-Eastern Europe, addressing the problems in starting or developing aerial archaeology in areas new to this type of study and monitoring past and present natural or cultural landscape.
Team of seven (7) instructors from different European countries presenting and discussing different experience in this discipline.
Kostolac LYKT, situated on the Danube, near the Roman Limes town of Viminacium (http://www.viminacium.org.rs/?language=english).
KONAK, Draže Markov??ia 6, 12000 Požarevac (http://www.konakpozarevac.rs)
Department of Archaeology / Faculty of Arts, UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA (Slovenia)
Additional info & registration
University of Ljubljana
FA / Dept. of Archaeology
SI-1000 Ljubljana; Askerceva 2 (Slovenia)
A limited number of grants are available from the ArchaeoLandscapes project: see note http://www.archaeolandscapes.eu/ALE/downloads/arcland-grants.zip. Please note, that applications will be assessed although they are sent later than 3 months before the start of the training school, the deadline for applications is 21 April 2011.