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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: Marie Curie post doctoral fellow Fabrizio Galeazzi joins ADS and the Centre for Digital Heritage

October 2014: Marie Curie post doctoral fellow Fabrizio Galeazzi joins ADS and the Centre for Digital Heritage

This term ADS are pleased to welcome Fabrizio Galeazzi, a new Marie Curie post doctoral fellow, who will be working with us and Centre for Digital Heritage. Fabrizio’s comes to York having received a BA and MA in Archaeology at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, specializing in Late Antiquity and Medieval Archaeology, and a Ph.D. in World Cultures/Heritage at the University of California, Merc... more

This term ADS are pleased to welcome Fabrizio Galeazzi, a new Marie Curie post doctoral fellow, who will be working with us and Centre for Digital Heritage. Fabrizio’s comes to York having received a BA and MA in Archaeology at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, specializing in Late Antiquity and Medieval Archaeology, and a Ph.D. in World Cultures/Heritage at the University of California, Merced.

Illustration for item September 2014: Internet Archaeology Goes Fully Open Access!

September 2014: Internet Archaeology Goes Fully Open Access!

Internet Archaeology is pleased to announce that it has become a fully open access journal. From the end of September Internet Archaeology’s 130 institutional subscribers from the UK, USA, Australia and Europe will no longer have to pay the £160 a year subscription and the £7 charge for individual articles is also being scrapped, making Internet Archaeology one of the first journals to transitio... more

Internet Archaeology is pleased to announce that it has become a fully open access journal. From the end of September Internet Archaeology’s 130 institutional subscribers from the UK, USA, Australia and Europe will no longer have to pay the £160 a year subscription and the £7 charge for individual articles is also being scrapped, making Internet Archaeology one of the first journals to transition from a subscription model to full open access. Several things have spurred this decision.

Illustration for item August 2014: ADS-easy novelty usb giveaway!

August 2014: ADS-easy novelty usb giveaway!

ADS are giving away five of our new novelty ‘trowel’ usb memory sticks to the depositors of the next five completed ADS-easy archives. Archives must have been begun on or after August 18th 2014. Winners will be announced as their new archive goes live on the ADS website. Get depositing to be in for a chance to win! And keep an eye out for Internet Archaeology giveaways too.

ADS are giving away five of our new novelty ‘trowel’ usb memory sticks to the depositors of the next five completed ADS-easy archives. Archives must have been begun on or after August 18th 2014. Winners will be announced as their new archive goes live on the ADS website. Get depositing to be in for a chance to win! And keep an eye out for Internet Archaeology giveaways too.

Illustration for item July 2014: PhD in Digital Heritage

July 2014: PhD in Digital Heritage

The University of York is delighted to announce two fully funded studentships for a joint PhD programme in Digital Heritage offered by the Universities of York and Aarhus starting in January 2015. The studentships are part of an exciting new collaborative PhD scheme between the two universities. One PhD studentship will be hosted by York and one by Aarhus, with each student also spending at least... more

The University of York is delighted to announce two fully funded studentships for a joint PhD programme in Digital Heritage offered by the Universities of York and Aarhus starting in January 2015. The studentships are part of an exciting new collaborative PhD scheme between the two universities. One PhD studentship will be hosted by York and one by Aarhus, with each student also spending at least a year at the partner university. Each programme will be for three years, full-time. Both students will be enrolled in the joint doctoral programme of Aarhus and York and will be based within and jointly supervised at the Centre for Digital Heritage at the University of York and Archaeology at Aarhus University.

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