Fly with Dana over the Past

Fly_with_Dana.jpgBy Marie-Laure Chambrade and Jérôme Agostini, with the assistance of Marc Maillot, Kiersten Neumann, and Thomas Boudier

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Most archaeological work is done on the ground, but we can also study the past from the sky. This is called aerial archaeology, and it began over a hundred years ago! Follow Dana, a young fox and archaeologist, as she explores the past through photographs of the Earth taken from an airplane, a balloon, and a drone. Learn about the history of aerial archaeology in West Asia while coloring and drawing, help Dana find her way in a labyrinth, and practice reading aerial images like an archaeologist.

  • ISAC Miscellaneous Publications
  • Institute for the Study of Ancient Cultures, 2024
  • ISBN: 978-1-61491-109-8
  • 13 pages
  • Softcover
  • $4.99