🎧 The Future of Archaeology and Egyptology with Professor Sarah Parcak
Science and Technology • 26m
Sarah Parcak talks to Dan about how advances in technology have enabled us to discover far more historical sites than we believed ever existed. She talks about drones and satellites and how they can read topography and vegetation to give us all new pictures of the world beneath our feet, and discusses her current work in Egypt. Producer: Peter Curry
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