Monthly Archives: January 2013

Digital Classicist London 2013: Call for Papers

From the Stoa Consortium: Call for Papers January 24th, 2013 by Gabriel Bodard The Digital Classicist London seminar series, which provides a forum for research into the ancient world that employs digital research methods, invites submissions for Summer 2013. We … Continue reading

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Workshop in Agent Based Modeling at CAA 2013

Preposted from the antiquist… Ever wondered what all this complex systems talk in archaeology is about, or how to design your own sophisticated simulation model? Then this might be for you: We will organise a workshop on complex systems and … Continue reading

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Graduate Symposium in GIS Applications in Archaeology

Middle East Technical University Graduate Program in Settlement Archaeology Graduate Symposium Series 5 29-30 April 2013, METU Ankara   GIS Applications in Archaeology Understanding  the distribution of material culture in time and space forms the basis of archaeological studies. While … Continue reading

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Ancient Geography Resources – repost from AWOL

In September 2012, the Ancient World Online (AWOL) posted an annotated list of resources for ancient geography.  Better late than never, so here’s the link: http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/2012/09/roundup-of-resources-on-ancient.html Happy browsing!

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Originally posted on The Archaeology of the Mediterranean World:
Our panel yesterday on Managing Archaeological Data in a Digital Age was really nice. There was an engaged audience and a diverse but cohesive group of papers. What more could you…

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AIA 2013 Meeting, Seattle WA

I am sitting in the Sheraton’s bar, watching the Seattle/Washington game (and geekily enough, blogging).  Will write a short note now, just to say that the times spent discussing the state of geospatial studies in archaeology formed some of the … Continue reading

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