Category Archives: archaeology

Inter-lab collaboration and an environmental archaeology database

Tweet A collaborative venture between The Environmental Archaeology Lab and HUMLab, under the name of SEAD – The Strategic Environmental Archaeology Database, is scheduled to get underway in early May. The aim is to create a web-accessible, tool-rich and GIS-ready … Continue reading

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Tweet Over the last couple of months I have had the pleasure to get to know Phil Buckland at the Archaeology Department who is doing very good work, and who is also very HUMlab-like. Among other things, he develops digital … Continue reading

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