The Aerial Photographic Archive for Archaeology in the Middle East:
University of Western Australia (M205)
35 Stirling Highway
Western Australia 6009
Researchers are encouraged to use the Aerial Photographic Archive for Archaeology in the Middle East (APAAME), established in 1978 under the patronage of Prince Hassan bin Talal of Jordan.
It consists of more than 48,000 photographs and several hundred maps for a dozen countries.
The vast majority of this material can be viewed online in our digital archive. Further information about the project, including our wider archaeological research tool throughout the Middle East, can be viewed at our blog.
Send any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will send high resolution, unwatermarked photographs to you in digital format, either online or on DVD depending on their size. Paper prints are also available on request.
There is no fee for use of the archive for academic or personal purposes. However, there may be a fee for the cost of paper prints, discs, postage and labour if applicable.
Images must be acknowledged correctly.