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The Study Group for Romano-British Pottery (Study Group for Roman Pottery from 1980) was founded in 1971 to provide a forum for the discussion of all matters relating to Roman pottery found in Britain, including the presentation and discussion of the latest research, and issues affecting the subject and its practitioners. The Group aims to provide a lead in Roman pottery studies as well as guidance towards best practice, and also collaborates with other specialist groups on matters of mutual interest and concern.
Illustration for item March 2016: Romano-British Pottery in the Fifth Century

March 2016: Romano-British Pottery in the Fifth Century

Internet Archaeology is pleased to announce the release of Romano-British Pottery in the Fifth Century. A themed issue edited by James Gerrard. In 2012 the Centre for Interdisciplinary Artefacts Studies (part of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology) at Newcastle University hosted a day conference on 'Roman Pottery in the Fifth Century AD'. At this conference some fifty delegates listen... more

Internet Archaeology is pleased to announce the release of Romano-British Pottery in the Fifth Century. A themed issue edited by James Gerrard. In 2012 the Centre for Interdisciplinary Artefacts Studies (part of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology) at Newcastle University hosted a day conference on 'Roman Pottery in the Fifth Century AD'. At this conference some fifty delegates listened to papers given by nine archaeologists drawn from academia, commercial units, museums and freelance specialists.

Illustration for item March 2016: ARIADNE mentioned in the ESFRI 2016 Roadmap

March 2016: ARIADNE mentioned in the ESFRI 2016 Roadmap

The ADS and ARIADNE are please to announce that the new European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) Roadmap acknowledges the important role of ARIADNE for the management and integration of archaeological data at a European level. The updated 2016 Roadmap demonstrates the dynamism of the European scientific community and the commitment of Member States to develop new research infr... more

The ADS and ARIADNE are please to announce that the new European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) Roadmap acknowledges the important role of ARIADNE for the management and integration of archaeological data at a European level. The updated 2016 Roadmap demonstrates the dynamism of the European scientific community and the commitment of Member States to develop new research infrastructures at the European level.

Illustration for item March 2016: Call for Papers - Preservation and Re-Use of Digital Archaeological Research Data with Open Archival Information Systems

March 2016: Call for Papers - Preservation and Re-Use of Digital Archaeological Research Data with Open Archival Information Systems

The ADS, IANUS, and DANS are pleased to invite submissions for the CHNT session on the preservation and re-use of data in Archaeology. This session will focus on the services and duties of existing repositories and archives and the implementation of the OAIS model within their day-to-day business of data curation, preservation and dissemination. Talks will address different aspects of how to pres... more

The ADS, IANUS, and DANS are pleased to invite submissions for the CHNT session on the preservation and re-use of data in Archaeology. This session will focus on the services and duties of existing repositories and archives and the implementation of the OAIS model within their day-to-day business of data curation, preservation and dissemination. Talks will address different aspects of how to preserve data, including recommended formats and significant characteristics of data formats, migration policies and special technical solutions.

Illustration for item February 2016: A Unique Engraved Shale Pendant from the Site of Star Carr

February 2016: A Unique Engraved Shale Pendant from the Site of Star Carr

Internet Archaeology is pleased to announce the publication of A Unique Engraved Shale Pendant from the Site of Star Carr: the oldest Mesolithic art in Britain by Nicky Milner et al. The artwork on the pendant is the earliest known Mesolithic art in Britain; the barbed line motif is comparable to styles on the Continent, particularly in Denmark. When it was first uncovered the lines were barely v... more

Internet Archaeology is pleased to announce the publication of A Unique Engraved Shale Pendant from the Site of Star Carr: the oldest Mesolithic art in Britain by Nicky Milner et al. The artwork on the pendant is the earliest known Mesolithic art in Britain; the barbed line motif is comparable to styles on the Continent, particularly in Denmark. When it was first uncovered the lines were barely visible but using a range of digital imaging techniques it has been possible to examine them in detail and determine the style of engraving as well as the order in which the lines might have been made.

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