(1)  Dr. Chloe Duckworth, in her “ArchaeoDuck” series, suggests what to take when you're packing for archaeological fieldwork.  (2) In the mountains of northern Iraq, researchers from Heidelberg University employ drones and photogrammetry to document ancient Mesopotamian rock art, rock-hewn tombs and reliefs of ancient kings.  (3) Conductor Arash Fouladvand, historian of Persian Music, leads a London-based branch of the Bahar Peace Choir.  We follow Arash as he takes the choir through an 1100-year-old poem by the famous Persian poet, Rudaki.

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Web links:

ArchaeoDuck (YouTube)

Archaeological Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems (Drones) (The Digital Archaeological Record)

Archaeology in Kurdistan (Kurdistan Regional Government)

Bahar Choir in London (2018-2019) Recruitment

Rudaki (Wikipedia)