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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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Originally posted on The Archaeology of the Mediterranean World:
This past week, Deb Brown, who co-organized our panel at the Archaeological Institute of America’s annual meeting made the talks available on the YouTubes. All the papers were very solid on…

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Arches: Heritage Inventory & Management System

Arches is an open-source, web-based, geospatial information system for cultural heritage inventory and management. Purpose-built for the international cultural heritage field, Arches is designed to record all types of immovable heritage, including archaeological sites, buildings and other historic structures, landscapes, … Continue reading

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