|The workshop participants.|
A component of a successful Workshop is to take the students to an archaeological site for which we have aerial photographs to enable them to see at first hand what the photographs add to knowledge and how they aid interpretation. In this case the site chosen was the 18th and 19th century Arab town of Zubara on the north coast of Qatar.
|Aerial photograph of Zubara, Qatar. Thanks to Prof. Alan Walmsley for permission to use this aerial photo.|
|Zubara, Qatar, viewed at ground level. Photo: David Kennedy.|
A fuller account of the Workshop can be found in Bob Bewley, David Kennedy & Wlodek Rączkowski 'Aerial Archaeology Workshop in Doha, Qatar: February 10th to 14th 2013', Aerial Archaeology Research Group News (AARGNews) 46 (March 2013): 15-18. The AARG website can be found HERE.