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The Newport Ship is the most substantial late medieval vessel excavated and recovered in Britain. The ship was discovered during development on the west bank of the River Usk in Newport, South Wales in 2002. More than twenty-three metres of the clinker-built ship were recovered, along with significant artefact and environmental assemblages. Finds point to strong Iberian connections during the active life of the ship, which arrived in Newport, in the Severn Estuary, after the spring of AD 1468. The dismantling and recovery of the ship has enabled detailed recording using innovative 3D digital techniques and approaches to hypothetical reconstruction.
Illustration for item October 2014: LoCloud workshop at ICOMOS Florence

October 2014: LoCloud workshop at ICOMOS Florence

A LoCloud workshop will take place in Florence, Italy, on 11 November, as part of the ICOMOS General Assembly. The workshop, whose theme is "Sharing Local Culture through Europeana" will present LoCloud, its on-going activities and results achieved so far, including demonstrations of the services that the project is developing to help make collections held by local institutions more widely avail... more

A LoCloud workshop will take place in Florence, Italy, on 11 November, as part of the ICOMOS General Assembly. The workshop, whose theme is "Sharing Local Culture through Europeana" will present LoCloud, its on-going activities and results achieved so far, including demonstrations of the services that the project is developing to help make collections held by local institutions more widely available. The workshop will start at 14.30 and will last the whole afternoon.

Illustration for item October 2014: Introducing English Heritage Archaeological Monographs

October 2014: Introducing English Heritage Archaeological Monographs

English Heritage has a long tradition of producing high quality, well illustrated archaeological monographs about key sites and topics of importance to the understanding of the historic environment in England. Many of the past titles have long been out of print and yet are still of value for reference purposes. English Heritage is now making these titles available as ebooks (see the English Herit... more

English Heritage has a long tradition of producing high quality, well illustrated archaeological monographs about key sites and topics of importance to the understanding of the historic environment in England. Many of the past titles have long been out of print and yet are still of value for reference purposes. English Heritage is now making these titles available as ebooks (see the English Heritage Publishing catalogue for details) and as PDFs which can be downloaded for free from the ADS: English Heritage

Illustration for item October 2014: Digital Data Re-use Award

October 2014: Digital Data Re-use Award

Internet Archaeology and the Archaeology Data Service have teamed up to provide an Award that recognises the outstanding archaeological research being carried out through the re-use of digital data. The Digital Data Re-use Award offers archaeological researchers the chance to promote their work and win the opportunity to publish, free of charge, in the premier open access journal Internet Archaeo... more

Internet Archaeology and the Archaeology Data Service have teamed up to provide an Award that recognises the outstanding archaeological research being carried out through the re-use of digital data. The Digital Data Re-use Award offers archaeological researchers the chance to promote their work and win the opportunity to publish, free of charge, in the premier open access journal Internet Archaeology

Illustration for item October 2014: ADS Update: Issue 5

October 2014: ADS Update: Issue 5

Issue 5 of ADS Update our quarterly e-newsletter is out now, with articles on Internet Archaeology Going Open Access, our new Digital Data Reuse Award, the new ADS Guidelines for Depositors, and an update on the HERALD project as well as much more.

Issue 5 of ADS Update our quarterly e-newsletter is out now, with articles on Internet Archaeology Going Open Access, our new Digital Data Reuse Award, the new ADS Guidelines for Depositors, and an update on the HERALD project as well as much more.

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