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Photography has been the principal medium for the recording of archaeological sites and artefacts since the middle of the nineteenth century. It is of primary importance to all field archaeologists and, consequently, an understanding of the techniques involved in Photography are essential tools for any scientific project within archaeological sciences. The Institute's Photographic Laboratory is fully equipped with the latest developments in digital imaging and manipulation and courses are taught to all students to enable them to get the best possible results from their images. Conventional photographic expertise is combined with the latest software programmes to allow us to produce suitable photographs for publication.
- Exotic Rock Project
- Ivories from Nimrud VI
- Ivories from Nimrud VII
- The 'Abiel' Coins of Eastern Arabia
- Keos XI: The wall paintings from the Northeast Bastion