Data copyright © Harrison Eiteljorg, II unless otherwise stated
Center for the Study of Architecture
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Harrison Eiteljorg, II (2013) The CSA Propylaea Project [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1022574
The FileMaker (version 9) database that was created to record information about the photographs taken in the course of the project was called PropPhots and carried the extension "fp7." There are two tables: PropPhots (474 records) and Photographers (3 records). (Each table is available as a stand-alone, .CSV file for those wishing to import the data: Photos.csv and Photographers.csv. The individual files were both generated with the UTF-8 character set.)
The material in the database includes a number used simply to assist with management, the name of the photographer, the date of the photograph, the film used (or "Digital original"), the original file name, the file name used on the web, a description, and other information as detailed below. Since the names of photographers would be very repetitive if included for each photo, a foreign key is used, and the information about the photographers is in the second table.
The database was organized and created by Mr. Eiteljorg. It was used primarily as an aid for presenting the images on the web.
This database was created in FileMaker Pro 9.0 and has remained in the format of that release of Filemaker from the outset (fp7), though it has been moved to the newer format (fmp12) in the course of final preparations for archival preservation of the materials..
The fields and relationships are as follows:
Please proceed to the download page to obtain the data files.