Picturing the past

15th October 2004 at 01:00
Aerial Photography is a 36-page booklet from English Heritage that shows how to use aerial photos for primary and secondary history. It's backed up by a CD-Rom of images and explores aerial photographic techniques and ways of using these to investigate change over time. Case studies include a Roman fort, a medieval castle and a Victorian suburb. We also learn how to relate these pictures to what we see on the ground, and to support relevant work in geography and maths. Aerial Photography costs pound;8.99.

Tel: 0870 429 6658 www.english-heritage.org.uk

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