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Joint Historical and Archaeological Survey, ANZAC Battlefield, Gallipoli - field work collection

The University of Melbourne
Sagona, Antonio (Tony) (Managed by)
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Field work material collected as part of the Joint Historical and Archaeological Survey of the ANZAC Battlefield, a collaborative project funded by the Department of Veterans' Affairs (Canberra) involving several Australian, Turkish and New Zealand institutions. Innovative methodologies were used to combine landscape archaeology and digital analysis with historical data.
Consists of : Field notes; Digital maps; Digital photographs.
Prof Tony Sagona University of Melbourne is the Field Director (as of August 2011).See "University of Melbourne scholars to study Gallipoli battlefield" [ UniNews Vol. 15, No. 7 1 - 15 May 2006 ] http://uninews.unimelb.edu.au/news/3328/
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