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The Exeter Archaeology Archive Project was created with the aim of securing, consolidating and enhancing the archives derived from excavations in Exeter undertaken between 1970 and 1990. Exeter Museums Archaeological Field Unit (latterly Exeter Archaeology, or EA) was created in 1970 and, between 1970-1990, carried out excavations on 89 sites within the boundary of the City of Exeter, and a further 64 building recording projects. This work fundamentally altered understanding of Roman occupation of the City and added greatly to the knowledge of the Anglo-Saxon, medieval and later town.
Illustration for item February 2016: Call for Papers - Open Access and Open Data in Archaeology at EAA

February 2016: Call for Papers - Open Access and Open Data in Archaeology at EAA

The ADS is poleased to invite submissions for the EAA ARIANDE session on Open Data in Archaeology. The session asks Will the availability of open data change the nature of archaeological research and publication? Will it also impact the ways in which archaeologists engage with wider communities? The European Science Foundation and other leading European research-funders have declared their suppo... more

The ADS is poleased to invite submissions for the EAA ARIANDE session on Open Data in Archaeology. The session asks Will the availability of open data change the nature of archaeological research and publication? Will it also impact the ways in which archaeologists engage with wider communities? The European Science Foundation and other leading European research-funders have declared their support for the “Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities”: a far-reaching restructuring of scientific publishing in favour of open access that will take place before the end of the current decade. In parallel, the infrastructure necessary for open

Illustration for item February 2016: Digital Data and Archaeology Workshop

February 2016: Digital Data and Archaeology Workshop

ADS, Historic England and Heritage Practice at the University of Leicester are happy to announce that the popular workshop, Digital Data and Archaeology: Management, Preservation and Publishing of Digital Data for Archaeologists is now open for registration. Through a series of presentations, practical sessions, and group discussions, the course explores the importance of digital preservation fo... more

ADS, Historic England and Heritage Practice at the University of Leicester are happy to announce that the popular workshop, Digital Data and Archaeology: Management, Preservation and Publishing of Digital Data for Archaeologists is now open for registration. Through a series of presentations, practical sessions, and group discussions, the course explores the importance of digital preservation for the long term safety of archaeological data and provides practical guidance on how to prepare, curate, deposit and access digital data.

Illustration for item October 2015: Glastonbury Abbey: Archaeological Excavations 1904 - 1979

October 2015: Glastonbury Abbey: Archaeological Excavations 1904 - 1979

ADS is pleased to announce the release of the Glastonbury Abbey: Archaeological Excavations archive. The complete dataset from the archive project is accessible within this digital archive. This comprises archive project records, database records, geophysical survey, specialist reports and accompanying data, Radford’s original excavation records and selected records from other excavators. The cor... more

ADS is pleased to announce the release of the Glastonbury Abbey: Archaeological Excavations archive. The complete dataset from the archive project is accessible within this digital archive. This comprises archive project records, database records, geophysical survey, specialist reports and accompanying data, Radford’s original excavation records and selected records from other excavators. The corresponding monograph is:

Illustration for item October 2015: Cambridge Antiquarian Proceedings

October 2015: Cambridge Antiquarian Proceedings

The ADS and the Cambridge Antiquarian Society are pleased to announce the release of 141 volumes of the Cambridge Antiquarian Proceedings and Transactions of the Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire Archaeological Society. The subject matter of both journals are all things antiquarian, but they are principally concerned with archaeology.

The ADS and the Cambridge Antiquarian Society are pleased to announce the release of 141 volumes of the Cambridge Antiquarian Proceedings and Transactions of the Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire Archaeological Society. The subject matter of both journals are all things antiquarian, but they are principally concerned with archaeology.

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