Covers all uses and potential uses of computers in archaeology.
A review of the archaeological evidence for food plants from the British Isles: an example of the use of the Archaeobotanical Computer Database (ABCD) by Philippa Tomlinson and Allan R. Hall.
Web documents with archaeological data that may be viewed online and files that may be downloaded from the CSA server for inspection on users' machines with the aid of their own software.
Archeologia e Calcolatori is an international journal established in 1990 and edited by the Italian National Research Council. It focuses on methodological and technical aspects of computer applications to archaeology.
From the Center for the Study of Architecture.
Directory of links to GIS, virtual reality, graphics and simulation, database, and on-line publishing in archaeology.
Nick Ryan explains how to create computer reconstructions of ancient buildings, and discusses mobile computing applications in archaeological fieldwork.
Article which details the efforts to construct a computer model of the Giza Plateau and its architectural components from published maps, survey, and excavation reports.
Contains links relevant to applying GPS to historic preservation and architectural surveys.
From ScienceDaily, Early humans migrating from Africa carried small genetic differences like so much flotsam in an ocean current. Now researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have devised a model for pinpointing where mutations first appeared, providing a new way to trace the migratory path of our earliest ancestors.
Promotes the use of open source software and open stardards in archaeological computing.
Internet Archaeology article "The need for the solid modelling of structure in the archaeology of buildings" by Robert Daniels.
Egypt's new archaeological database project. Includes archaeological map of Egypt.
Portal and forum for the use of computers to collect, store, analyze and interpret archaeological and heritage data.
A paper by R.M. Yorston, published in Archaeological Computing Newsletter 48.
Presentation of an archaeological information system whose main features are Harris Matrix automization, 3D reconstructions, and database management of stratigraphical units, artifacts, and radiocarbon dates.
Free Harris matrix analysis software.
Sponsored by the Archaeology Data Service at the University of York on Wednesday 29 January 2003.
Project whose goal is to generate a computerized architectural and topographical survey of the Roman colony of Corinth. includes a Quicktime panorama, city plan, and project methodology and bibliography.
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