USING IMAGING TO LEARN FROM THE PAST
WHAT'S it all about?
This is a training and research website exploring the use of imaging in archaeology.
The author is James Elliott, an archaeologist and diagnostic radiographer working in the United Kingdom. His area of speciality is the use of x-rays in archaeology.
This is the home of 'An Introduction to Paleoradiography', a unique professional short online course on the use of x-rays in archaeology.
AN INTRODUCTION TO PALEORADIOGRAPHY
This short course explores the use of x-rays (radiography) in archaeology and the practical aspects related to its application in research. It provides four hours of training and has been approved by the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and the Register of Professional Archaeologists. The application of x-rays with metalwork, bone and ceramics are discussed.
The course costs £50.00 (about $70) and students gain access to the course webpages for six months and are sent a certificate of completion by email.