Friday, February 09, 2007

Archaeology in Google Earth

Among the many wonders of Google Earth is its ability to aid archaeologists and spatial archaeologists (geographers who do archaeology). People have been using Google Earth for a while and finding places like lost Roman villas. These efforts have been noted before by others like Archaeology@About.com and Google Earth Blog but Catholicgauze has been slow on the up take.

So there are a couple ways for you to start your spatial archaeology adventure on Google Earth. One can search the Google Earth community for "archaeology" to find news and information or "ruins" to see specific sites. Also, archaeologist James Q. Jacobs has a webpage dedicated completely to archaeological sites on Google Earth.

Here are some favorites of Catholicgauze.

2 comments:

raghu said...

hi
this is raghu,i have gone through this site i have got the total information from this site. recently i had gone through an another site which is relevant to this site in this site we can download the google earth and it helps us to view the earth on our PC. http://www.earth-maps-3d.com
google earth

raghu said...

hi
this is raghu,i have gone through this site i have got the total information from this site. recently i had gone through an another site which is relevant to this site in this site we can download the google earth and it helps us to view the earth on our PC. google earth