Open Access Archaeology Digest #476

Get some Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles here: Roma. Nuovi ritrovamenti in Via Ariosto sull’Esquilino. http://bit.ly/1jz6Rxr Modelli matematici per la ricostruzione dei paesaggi storici http://bit.ly/1jz6R0D Notice of some Ancient Burials in Orkney.http://bit.ly/11PmW5E Principal Components Analysis of Compositional Data in Archaeologyhttp://bit.ly/1iypdKp Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

Bubble Culture

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The travel bubble bottles for the OAA Kickstarter Campaign. Bubbles are Universal And Timeless Symbols of Humankind’s Imagination & Creativity They are one of the most poignant symbols of that fine and glorious intersection where science becomes art in the hands of human engineering and technology. As an activity which was possible throughout history (but leaves no archaeological record and is therefore categorized as ‘intangible’), bubbles are conceivably an ancient art. Its a bit of […]

Open Access Archaeology Digest #475

A nice batch of Open Access (free to read) articles: Symbolism in Norman Sculpture at Queningtonhttp://bit.ly/19JLaFg Excavations at 1-3 High Street, Seaford, East Sussex.http://bit.ly/13WQaUG Excavations at Dundee High Technology Park, Taysidehttp://bit.ly/YEIpA2 Inverness: an historical and archaeological review.http://bit.ly/115ICbC Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

Archaeological and historical network analysts unite!

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Network science is becoming more commonly applied in both archaeology and history. But this is not happening without difficulties. Pioneers in both disciplines are now trying to overcome the numerous challenges that still surround their use of network techniques: how to deal with fragmentary data, performing analyses over extremely long time spans, using material data in network […] (0)

Open Access Archaeology Digest #474

Open Access (free to read) articles on archaeology: Too good to be true? Post-Lapita scenarios for language and archaeology in West New Britain-North New Guineahttp://bit.ly/15TOXLu Note on a Pair of Iron Shears and a Hone Stone, found on the Site of the Crannog of Lochlea, near Kilmarnock.http://bit.ly/10khpRK Loch-in-Dorb, an Ancient Royal Fortress.http://bit.ly/ZuHnAq Coin Hoard, Castle Maol, Skyehttp://bit.ly/18ghe3a An early metal assemblage from Dail na Caraidh, Inverness-shire, and its context.http://bit.ly/19LMxAI Learn more about Open Access and […]

Open Access Archaeology Digest #473

Get some Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles here: An early Hoabinhian skull from Vietnamhttp://bit.ly/1rOhfnp A Vinkovci Culture Urn Grave from the site at 40 Duga Ulica in Vinkovci http://bit.ly/1v17l1Q Digital spaces: Pompeii, the Internet, and beyond http://bit.ly/1rOhfUg Open source in archeologia. Nuove prospettive per la ricerca http://bit.ly/1rOhija Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

Open Access Archaeology Digest #472

Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles: Horniman Museum Roman Kiln Experimenthttp://bit.ly/10VKTpl El rostro oculto de Espíritu Pampa, Vilcabamba, Cuscohttp://bit.ly/VTrnOX Excavation at Manish Strand, Ensay,Western Isleshttp://bit.ly/10LwEa7 Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

Open Access Archaeology Digest #471

Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles for anyone and everyone: Archaeozoology and the Importance of Interdisciplinary Studies for the Archaeology of Baja Californiahttp://bit.ly/1bjdo4x Proposal for Identifying San Dieguito Sites in Baja Californiahttp://bit.ly/1xCepT0 The cuckoo in the nest: a Dallingridge tomb in the Fitzalan Chapel at Arundel.http://bit.ly/XjJM6C Bronze Matrix with Hebrew Inscription.http://bit.ly/10wo106 A short cist containing a beaker and other relics at Newlands Oyne, Aberdeenshirehttp://bit.ly/YlUBQE Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

Open Access Archaeology Digest #470

Open Access (free to read) articles: What Matters? Considering the Future of Cultural Heritage in Palestinehttp://bit.ly/1vKY9Mx The development of the port of Littlehampton, West Sussex, and excavations at East Bank, River Road.http://bit.ly/14TuSqL Open Days at Kestonhttp://bit.ly/1gzqJs1 On the Torc of the Celtshttp://bit.ly/10Pzvfm On a remarkable Incident in the Life of St. Edward the Confessor, with Notices of Royal Cramp Ringshttp://bit.ly/XyVeKX Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

Open Access Archaeology Digest #467

Open Access (free to read) articles: Scottish and Irish metalwork and the ‘conspiratio barbarica’http://bit.ly/17VlQsv Databaseshttp://bit.ly/1vxBinI Visualizing the Native American Cultural Landscape: A Significant New Research and Imaging Methodhttp://bit.ly/1vxBkf9 Multivariate Analysis of Lithic Industries: the Influence of Typologyhttp://bit.ly/1vxBiE9 Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

Open Access Archaeology Digest #468

Get some Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles here: Aldermaston Church, Berkshirehttp://bit.ly/12Y4WKJ Notice of Three Cup-Marked Stones, and the Discovery of an Urn, in Perthshire.http://bit.ly/10khpRK Terrakotten der Spätbronzezeit und der älteren Eisenzeit aus Sotin http://bit.ly/180WRT8 The Gradišče Fortification near Margečan – Results of Trial Excavations http://bit.ly/1j1fh0i Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

Open Access Archaeology Digest #469

Your Open Access (free to read) Archaeology daily: Medieval Britain in 1965http://bit.ly/ZgLGRh Notes of a Crannog at Friars’ Carse, Dumfriesshire.http://bit.ly/14sFwDO Antique Glass Vessels from Siscia http://bit.ly/1t6MY4G Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK (0)

CAA2014: Reading between the lines

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The Spatial Humanities team is organising a session at the CAA2014 Conference. The aim is to bring together scholars that are dealing with texts of historical and archaeological interest. The call for papers is open now. Reading between the lines: Computing applications for the analysis of archaeological and historical texts Over the past twenty years, the adoption of digital technologies within the humanities has revolutionized scholarly practice in traditionally text-based disciplines such as History, Archaeology […]

Courses, tools and workshops for humanities research now online!

Bringing technologies to humanities research Recently, I was contacted by the Ingleborough Archaeology Group through Dr. David Johnson. They were wondering where they could find a course on Google Earth useful to Archaeologists. David invited me to give the course and during the preparation of the material, I actually noticed that although there are plenty practicals and information on how to use the software and its applications in Environmental sciences and Geography, there is no much […]

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