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UAV helps uncover Scotlands valley of the Kings

garymortimer (1882326) writes | about 4 years ago

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garymortimer (1882326) writes "Flying Scotscam continues supporting archaeologists in the field with its multirotor camera platform. In 2009 the discovery of a 4000 year old burial chamber in the heart of the royal centre of Forteviot, Scotland – containing unprecedented preservation of flowers and a distinct bronze dagger was a spectacular event for the Strathearn Environs and Royal Forteviot (SERF) project team run by archaeologists from Glasgow, Aberdeen and Chester Universities. In 2010 the SERF team returned to Forteviot to reveal more impressive burials and monuments, further emphasising Forteviot as a significant centre of ceremony and burial in the early prehistoric and the Pictish periods."
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