How to create a natural 'true colour' image from single Landsat-8 satellite image bands.
Exhibition Review: ‘Tutankhamun the Boy: Growing up in ancient Egypt’ at the Petrie Museum of Egyptian and Sudanese Archaeology
A review of the Petrie Museum's new exhibition 'Tutankhamun the Boy'.
Five years on: Reflections on Reflectance Transformation Imaging research at Hatnub Quarry P in 2017
Reflection on reflectance transformation imaging at Hatnub in 2017
Five years on: Reflections on mobile GIS survey at Hatnub Quarry P in 2017
Results of the mobile GIS survey in 2017 at the Hatnub quarries and links to the published papers.
Wunderkammers, colonial hangovers and multivocality.
Is the Wunderkammer just a colonial hangover or does it have more to teach us?
Alan Sorrell: Archaeological illustrator of Nubia and illustrator of archaeologists.
Famous Southend painter and archaeological illustrator Alan Sorrell, drew the monuments of Nubia and the campaign to save them from Lake Nasser.
The afterlife of the Prittlewell Prince
How have misconceptions about archaeology affected Southend's most famous archaeological site?
Missing the matrix: The invisibility of archaeological deposits and public misconceptions of archaeology
How does the experience of visiting an archaeological site affect public perception?
Public presentation and archaeological experience
What does it feel like visiting a tourist site as an archaeologist? What can that tell us about the public experience of archaeological sites.
Fuel shortages, Google Maps and adapting your tools
How do we answer questions when the data exists but there's no direct access? A real-world solution to a fuel shortage problem encapsulates the answer.