Snapshots from the past: discoveries and destruction in the Jericho Oasis

@article{Izzo2021SnapshotsFT,
  title={Snapshots from the past: discoveries and destruction in the Jericho Oasis},
  author={Pierfrancesco Izzo and Michael Fradley and Andrea Zerbini},
  journal={Levant},
  year={2021},
  volume={53},
  pages={347 - 365}
}
This paper presents a study of the rich archaeological landscape of the Jericho Oasis, drawing on historical aerial photography and more recent satellite imagery to survey this cultural landscape and assess issues affecting its preservation over the past century. The timing of the paper is pertinent as non-U.S. satellite companies have recently begun to produce higher resolution satellite imagery of Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT), and restrictions on imagery resolution in… 
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