ArcLand publishes a number of publications, leaflets, flyer, articles and even books, both for the archaeological community and for the interested public. We also support publications from project partners, dealing with aspects of our project topics.
A list of our publications is provided and will be completed during the life span of the project:
- Hill of Slane Guide, Co. Meath, Ireland: Matthew Seaver/Conor Brady, Hill of Slane. Archaeology Ireland Vol. 25, No. 4, Issue No. 4. Heritage Guide No. 55, Winter 2011.
- Racel Opitz/Dave Cowley (eds.), Interpreting Archaeological Topography – Airborne Laser Scanning, 3D Data and Ground Observation (Oxford, Oakville 2012). More information available from Oxbow Books.
- Martin Gojda and Jan John, "Archeologie A Letecké Laserové Skenováni Krajiny" ("Archaeology and Airborne Laser Scanning of the Landscape") Pilsen University publication (Fakulta filozofická, Plzeň 2013, ISBN 978-80-261-0194-9, cena: 276,-- Kč).
- The volume "A Sense of the Past", published by ArchaeoPress in Oxford and available from their webpage, groups together papers presented at a Commission 4 session at the XVI UISPP World Congress in Florianópolis, Brazil (4–10 September 2011), a UISPP commission 4 session in Leiden, The Netherlands (2 November 2012) and at a session entitled Advanced Prospection Methods for Cultural Heritage Management – Experiences and Challenges during the EAA Annual Meeting in Helsinki, Finland (29 August – 1 September 2012). More information can be found here, the TOC is available for download here.
- "The Great War Seen from the Air: In Flanders Fields, 1914-1918" is the results of a collaboration between the In Flanders Fields Museum, Ypres, the Imperial War Museum, London, and the Royal Army Museum, Brussels. The book features hundreds of photographic case studies, illustrating in unprecedented detail the physical extent of World War I and the shocking environmental damage it left in its wake. Supplementing aerial images with maps, documents, and photos taken from the ground, this one-of-a-kind visual record stands as an important contribution to World War I history, revealing the wartime landscape of Flanders Fields as rarely seen before. (Birger Stichelbaut, Piet Chielens (2013) The Great War Seen from the Air: In Flanders Fields, 1914-1918, Mercatorfonds / Yale University Press, 396p., 396 pages: 254 x 298 x 40 mm, 532 black & white illustrations, transparent overlays.
- William S. Hanson & Ioana A. Oltean (eds.), Archaeology from Historical Aerial and Satellite Archives. Springer 2013. ISBN: 978-1-4614-4505-0 - available from Springer, New York here.
- Gábor Bertók and Csilla Gáti, Old Times - New Methods. Non-Invasive Archaeology in Baranya County (Hungary) 2005-2013. Archaeolingua, Budapest/Pécs 2014. ISBN 978-963-9911-53-6. Both a Hungarian and an English version is available. Feel free to visit http://www.hungarianarchaeology.hu/?page_id=31 for more information.
- The first ArcLand eBook 'Flights into the Past' by Chris Musson, Rog Palmer & Stefano Campana is available free of charge from the Apple iBook Store and also as PDF, subject to copyright, as a free download from these websites: