H ere is a selection of some of the brilliant images that have been entered into our Photography Competition, this time with an emphasis on World Archaeological Sites. Don’t forget there are also blog posts on the Prehistoric, Early Medieval and Late Medieval photos. All of the images used in this blog post are copyright of the respective photographers, please respect this.
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‘Ruins from the Pallatine hill, Rome’. Photo by Liam Mitchell

Mayan, Copan

‘Mayan sculpture, Copán, Honduras’. Photo by John McManus

Epigraph remnants in Roman forum

‘Epigraph remnants in Roman forum’. Photo by David P. Powell

Il Duomo, Milan

‘A view of Il Duomo, Milan’. Photo by Liam Mitchell

SALTRIVER CONVICT COALMINES TASMANIA

‘Convict coalmine ruins near Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia’. Photo by Tracey Donnelly

Foro Romano and Palatino

‘Ruins at the Foro Romano and Palatino, Rome Italy’. Photo by Elaine K Beaton

Paris catacombs

Les Catacombes, Paris. A 1km network of tunnels containing the bones of 6 million people in display’. Photo by Kevin Des Keane (Dubshotimages)

Section of Neronian aqueduct integrated into modern buildings, Rome

‘Section of Neronian aqueduct integrated into modern buildings, Rome’. Photo by David P. Powell

monkey temple, Kathmandu

‘A view of the monkey temple, Kathmandu, Nepal’. Photo by Liam Mitchell

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