Category Archives: State of the Field

Reflections on the EAA 2013 Roundtable on “Ephemeral Landscapes”

In September, the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) held its meetings in Pilsen, Czech Republic.  I attended this meeting, and participated in a roundtable on ‘Ephemeral Landscapes,’ organized by Martijn vanLeusen, Andrew Bevan, Kayt Armstrong, and Wieke deNeef.  The workshop … Continue reading

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Gizmodo Features Archaeology

Gizmodo.com is taking the opportunity of International Archaeology Day to write about the use of technology in archaeology: Geoff Manaugh:  The Technology of Archaeology Kelsey Cambell-Dollaghan:  “The Streets Are Hollow”: What’s It Like to Be an Archaeologist in NYC? Geoff … Continue reading

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3D Thursday – low-cost 3D

http://mediterraneanworld.wordpress.com/2013/10/10/closing-gaps-with-low-cost-3d/

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Three Dimensional Field Recording in Archaeology: An Example from Gabii

Originally posted on The Archaeology of the Mediterranean World:
This is the first in a series of posts exploring 3D modeling in Mediterranean and European archaeology. For more on this project click here. We hope these papers will start a discussion…

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Three Dimensional Imaging in Mediterranean Archaeology: A Short Introduction to a Blog Project

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Over the past half decade, Mediterranean and Old World archaeology has entered a bold new world of inexpensive three-dimensional documentation. Using photogrammetry software like Agisoft Photoscan, increasingly powerful laptop computers, low-cost…

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Archaeology, Humanities, and Data Science | The ArchaeoInformant

Archaeology, Humanities, and Data Science | The ArchaeoInformant.

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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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