EAMENA: Documentation of Endangered Archaeological Heritage in the Middle East and North Africa

To create a database of endangered archaeological heritage in the Middle East and North Africa using satellite imagery and on the ground survey.

Supported by the Arcadia Fund and the Cultural Protection Fund and based at the Universities of Oxford, Leicester, and Durham EAMENA was established in January 2015 to respond to the increasing threats to archaeological sites in the Middle East and North Africa. This project uses satellite imagery to rapidly record and make available information about archaeological sites and landscapes which are under threat.

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Location: Middle East, Asia Organiser(s): University of Oxford Funder(s): Arcadia Funding received: $1,964,055 Commencement Date: 01/2014 Project Status: Active
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