Digital Archaeology (video)

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YaleCampus –

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Ancientathens3d –

JamestownRediscovery –

Michigan State University –

Rijksmuseum van oudheden –


K.-D.Bouzakisa, D.Pantermalisb, I.Mirisidisa, M.Grigoriadoua, E.Varitisa, A.Sakellaridoua, A.Bouzakia, K.Efstathioua, S.Theodoridouc, A.Papacharisi, E.Diamandi 2016. 3D-laser scanning of the Parthenon west frieze blocks and their digital assembly based on extracted characteristic geometrical details in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports

(6) 94-108.

Evans, T.L. and P. Daly(eds), 2006. DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGY: Bridging method and theory. New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group

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  • Vy Dang
    Posted December 17, 2020 at 5:11 pm 0Likes

    For someone like me who knows little to nothing about archaeology or technological applications for research, your video serves as a great entry! I like how you incorporate other news and documentary footage to explain all of the possible applications. From what John Fry said and especially when you shared your research plan on the barrow line, I feel grateful that digital media and technologies allow knowledge to be virtually free and open for access. Definitely will dig deeper into the sources you have provided. Thank you!

  • Emma
    Posted December 18, 2020 at 11:29 pm 0Likes

    Hi Christodoulos, good video! To see how the digital is applied to archeology to not just make sites more available for further research but also for future preservation like with sites the world has sadly lost, is really nice. I also like the way you used your own research to illustrate your point and give an example of applying the basic techniques of digital archaeology. You incorporated the news items and the interview with John Fry very well with your own research in the way you edited the video. I’ll definitely be looking more into this topic!

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