Endangered Archaeology (with reference to Yemen and Oman) by Professor Robert Bewley and Michael Fradley

Robert Bewley is the Director of the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa project at the University of Oxford, funded by the Arcadia Fund and the Cultural Protection Fund eamena.arch.ox.ac.uk. He has been the Co-Director of the Aerial Archaeology in Jordan project since 1998, and very recently was able to set up the Aerial Archaeology in Oman project. Formerly he was Head of Aerial Survey at English Heritage and Director of Operations for the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Michael Fradley is a researcher on the EAMENA project, focusing on Yemen, Palestine and use of historic aerial photographs, and leads the implementation of the Yemen Heritage Management Platform.

Lecture co-hosted with The MBI Al Jaber Foundation and the British-Yemeni Society. The lecture may be viewed on our YouTubeChannel.