Welcome to the homepage of the EC funded project "ArchaeoLandscapes Europe" (ArcLand). Explore how aerial imagery and remote sensing is being used by archaeologists to understand our past.

Due to our previous webpage beeing hacked we have been offline for a while now. We aplogize for any inconveniences this may have caused. 
On the other hand this allowed us to fresh up the layout of the site while at the same time transferring all the content from the previous version - we sincerely hope you like this new site!

The webpages will be updated with new content on the ArcLand project and on archaeological prospection in general during the life-span of the project, so please keep us book-marked and feel free to send us your comments and suggestions! Plase also let us know if you find any flaws or problems that might have occured due to transferring the content of the previous version to this new website!

  • Capture

    Remote sensing is the science and technology of obtaining information about objects from a distance and without physical...

  • Interpret

    Remote sensing is an increasingly important element of archaeological research. Aerial survey, satellite imagery and geo...

  • Outreach

    It is one of ArcLand's main aims to not only produce knowledge and share expertise for the archaeological community but ...

  • Case Studies

    Good stories help to understand different matters - that is why we provide a number of case studies that highlight the p...

  • Resources

    In our project we develop software tools, write articles or create manuals and best practise guides that will help other...

  • Archives

    Existing airphoto archives in Europe and abroad help us to detect how the landscapes and the archaeological sites within...

EU-Culture-600pxThe project ArchaeoLandscape Europe is funded by the European Union within the framework of the Culture 2007-2013 framework (CU7-MULT7, Strand 1.1 Multi-Annual Cooperation Projects). This website reflects the views of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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