Open Access Archaeology Digest #486

Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles: Engraved Stones of Orange County Notice of a Crannog discovered in Lochleven, Kinross-shire, on 7th September 1887. The art of the Book of Deer. Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: (0)

Open Access Archaeology Digest #485

Open Access (free to read) articles: Account of the Excavation of the Roman Station at Inchtuthil, Perthshire, undertaken by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland in 1901:- (II) Description of the Plans. [CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE INDO-PACIFIC REGION] Working with local museums: a case study from eastern Indonesia Catering for Pilgrims: Petrographic Analysis of Late Antique Kitchenware from the Monastery of St Lot at Deir ‘Ain ‘Abata, Jordan Stone finds in […]

Open Access Archaeology Digest #484

Open Access (free to read) archaeology articles for everyone: Notices of Recent Discoveries in Chester Cathedral, illustrative of the original arrangement of that structure in Norman and later times Notice of a Cist with an Urn, found at Noranside, Parish of Fern, Forfarshire. And Notices of Stone Cists found at different times within the Parish. Some Examples of Nottingham Alabaster-Work of the Fifteenth Century Notices of the King’s Master Gunners of Scotland, with the Writs […]

Open Access Archaeology Digest #483

Excellent Open Access (free to read) articles: The introduction of the first farming communities in the western Mediterranean: the Valencian region in Spain as example A Roman Burial from Armagh Road, Old Ford The Bourne Society – 14 years of archaeological excavation Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: (0)

Newly Open Access Journal: Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens


Proceedings of the Danish Institute at AthensISSN: 1108-149X Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens publishes academic articles on topics related to Greek and Mediterranean archaeology, history, language, literature, visual arts, architecture, art history and cultural traditions. An essential part of the journal is furthermore the publication of preliminary reports of Danish archaeological fieldwork carried out in Greece.  The Danish Institute at Athens is pleased to announce that Open Access to the first three volumes of […]

Open Access Archaeology Digest #482

Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles: An Ambassador to Russia in the early Seventeenth Century The Cemetery at Fort Ross: What Does It Tell Us about Those Who Lived There? Roman Public Baths Archaeological evidence from Lubeck for changing material culture and socio-economic conditions from the 13th to the 16th century Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: (0)

Free app: Take a Field Trip to Corinth

Take a Field Trip to Corinth by Andrew Reinhard07/17/2014 Following on the heels of the app and interactive Ebook for the Athenian Agora, the ASCSA is happy to announce a new, free app to help you explore Ancient Corinth with content from the forthcoming Ancient Corinth: A Guide to the Site and Museum. Field Trip The ASCSA partnered with Google earlier in 2014 to enable you to tour Ancient Corinth on-site on your smartphone. iPhone, […]

Harvard Expedition to Samaria, 1908–1910


Harvard Expedition to Samaria, 1908–1910Harvard University Library Open Collections Program   Harvard’s Committee on Exploration in the Orient designated the American archaeologist George A. Reisner to direct the University’s expedition to Samaria. With sponsorship from Jacob H. Schiff, the expedition was intended to excavate the site of Samaria (Sebaste), which was the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Israel. Reisner located remains of the royal palace built by Omri and Ahab during the Israelite period, […]

Database Testing


Our Western University work study students Sarah (left), Rabia (front right) and Mark (middle right) are hard at work in our Digital Conversion lab, testing the database with boxes of archaeological collections recently transferred by our partners, Archaeological Services Inc. Working closely with our database team (including Colin, sitting in the center) they will work through the data entry forms for sites, intra-spatial contexts, and artifacts by entering real world data from site reports and […]

Visual Narratives – Cultural Identities


Hamburg, 27-29 November 2014 Deadline: 31 July 2014 Continue reading → (0)

Open Access Archaeology Digest #481

Excellent Open Access (free to read) articles: Thomas Hadden: architectural metalworker Notice of Underground Chambers recently Excavated on the Hill of Cairn Conan, Forfarshire. Inaugural Address of Sir John Dorington, Bart., M.P., to the Annual Meeting of the Institute held at Gloucester Meldola (FC), Via Roma. Notizia preliminare sui recenti rinvenimenti. Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: (0)

New Open Access Journal: Studia Universitatis Hereditati

Studia Universitatis HereditatiISSN: 2350-5443 Studia universitatis hereditati je humanistična znanstvena revija za raziskave in teorijo kulturne dediščine z mednarodnim uredniškim odborom. Objavlja znanstvene in strokovne članke s širšega področja kulturne dediščine (arheologija, arhitektura, etnologija, jezikoslovje, literarna, kulturna, glasbena, intelektualna, religijska, vojaška zgodovina, zgodovina idej itn.) in pregledne članke ter recenzije tako domačih kot tujih monografij z omenjenih področij. Vsi znanstveni članki so recenzirani.  Revija izhaja dvakrat letno. Izdaja jo Založba Univerze na Primorskem za potrebe […]

Features and Forms Again


I probably have one more day in the field this season on the Western Argolid Regional Project. Over the last 6 weeks, we’ve surveyed close to 2500 units and recorded important data for each unit on paper maps and paper forms. We then keyed this data into a database and plotted our maps on a GIS to produce density maps. Our ceramicists, Scott Gallimore and Sarah James, continue to move through the 30,000 artifacts recovered […] - Privacy Policy - Cookie Policy