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Richards, J.D., and Niccolucci, F. (2019). ARIADNE and ARIADNEplus. In J. Richards, and F. Niccolucci (eds.), The ARIADNE Impact (pp. 7-25). Budapest: Archaeolingua.

Richards, J.D., and Niccolucci, F. (Eds.) (2019). The ARIADNE Impact. Budapest: Archaeolingua.


Richards, J.D. (2018). Archaeology Data Service (ADS). In C. Smith (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology (2nd ed.). Cham: SPRINGER.

Richards, J.D. (2018). ‘Internet Archaeology’ and digital scholarly communication. In A. Benardou, E. Champion, C. Dallas, and L. Hughes (Eds.), Cultural Heritage Infrastructures in Digital Humanities (pp. 36-47). London and New York: Routledge.

Wright, H. (2018) Semantic Web and Ontologies, in S.L. López Varela (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences

Wright, H. and Richards, J.D., (2018) Reflections on Collaborative Archaeology and Large-Scale Online Research Infrastructures, Journal of Field Archaeology, 43:sup1, S60-S67,


Aloia, N., Binding, C., Cuy, S., Doerr, M., Fanini B., Felicetti A., Fihn J., Gavrilis, D., Geser G., Hollander H., Meghini C., Niccolucci F., Nurra F., Papatheodorou C., Richards J.D., Ronzino P., Scopigno R., Theodoridou M., Tudhope D., Vlachidis A., and Wright, H. (2017) Enabling European Archaeological Research: The ARIADNE E-Infrastructure, Internet Archaeology 43.

Kajda, K., Marx, A., Wright, H., Richards, J., Marciniak, A., Rossenbach, K. S., Pawleta, M., van den Dries, M. H., Boom, K., Guermandi, M. P., Criado-Boado, F., Barreiro, D., Synnestvedt, A., Kotsakis, K., Kasvikis, K., Theodoroudi, E., Lüth, F., Issa, M. and Frase, I. (2017) Archaeology, Heritage, and Social Value: Public Perspectives on European Archaeology,” European Journal of Archaeology. Cambridge University Press, 21(1), pp. 96–117.

Marwick, B., et al. (2017) ‘Open Science in Archaeology’, The SAA Archaeological Record, 17 (4), 8-14.

Meghini, C., Scopigno, R., Richards, J.D., Wright, H., Geser, G., Cuy, S., Fihn, J., Fanini, B., Hollander, H., Niccolucci, F., Felicetti, A., Ronzino, P., Nurra, F., Papatheodorou, C., Gavrilis, D., Theodoridou, M., Doerr, M. Tudhope, D., Binding, C. and Vlachidis A. (2017) ARIADNE: A Research Infrastructure for Archaeology. J. Comput. Cult. Herit. 10, 3, Article 18 (August 2017),

Niven, K. and Richards, J.D. (2017) The Storage and Long-Term Preservation of 3D Data , in Errickson, D. and Thompson, T. (eds) Human Remains: Another Dimension. The Application of Imaging to the Study of Human Remains. Academic Press.

Niven, K. (2017) ‘Preserving 3D Data Sets: Workflows, Formats, and Considerations’ in Lisa R. Johnston (Ed.) Curating Research Data Volume Two: A Handbook of Current Practice, ACRL: Chicago. 119-123.

Power, C. Lewis, A. Petrie, H. Green, K. Richards, J. Eramian, M. Chan, B. Walia, E. Sijaranamual, I and De Rijke, M. (2017) ‘Improving Archaeologists’ Online Archive Experiences Through User-Centred Design’ in Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage. Vol 10.1. Available

Richards, J.D. (2017) Twenty Years Preserving Data: A View from the United Kingdom, Advances in Archaeological Practice. Cambridge University Press, 5(3), pp. 227–237.


Galeazzi, F., Callieri, M., Dellepiane, M., Charno, M., Richards, J.D. and Scopigno, R. (2016) ‘Web-based visualization for 3D data in archaeology: The ADS 3D viewer’, Jrnl Archaeol Sci: Reports 9, 1-11.

Green, K., Niven, K. and Field G. (2016) ‘Migrating 2 and 3D Datasets: Preserving AutoCAD at the Archaeology Data Service’. ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf., 5(4), 44.

Richards, J.D., Tudhope, D. and Vlachidis, A. (2015) ‘Text Mining in Archaeology: Extracting Information from Archaeological Reports”. In, J.A. Barceló and I. Bogdanovic (eds.) Mathematics in Archaeology. Science Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida, 240-54.


Moore, R. and Richards, J.D (2015) ‘Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Open Access, Open Data and Digital Preservation’ in A.T. Wilson and B. Edwards (eds.) Open Source Archaeology: Ethics and Practice. Dr Gruyter Open, 30-43.

Richards, J.D. and Winters, J. (2015) ‘Digging into data: Open Access and Open Data’, PostClassical Archaeologies 5, 285-98.

Richards, J.D. (2015) ‘Ahead of the curve: adventures in e-publishing in Internet Archaeology’ Archäologische Informationen 38, 63-71.


Evans, T.N.L. and Moore, R.H. (2014) ‘Beyond ‘The Preserving machine’: Promoting Use and Reuse of Grey Literature and Grey Data’. The Archaeological Review from Cambridge. Vol 29.2. 212-225.

Evans, T.N.L. and Moore, R.H. (2014) ‘The Use of PDF/A in Digital Archives: A Case Study from Archaeology’ International Journal of Digital Curation. Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 123-138. DOI: 10.2218/ijdc.v9i2.267.

Green, K. (2014) ‘Use of a Digital Archive: The Archaeology Data Service’. The Archaeological Review from Cambridge. Vol 29.2. 226-243.

Hardman, C. and Green, K. (2014) ‘Preserving Our Digital Heritage: The Work of the Archaeology Data Service at the University of York.’ Forum Yorkshire. Vol 2. 115-120.


Evans, T.N.L. (2013) ‘Holes in the Archaeological Record? A Comparison of National Event Databases for the Historic Environment in England ‘ The Historic Environment Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 19-34(16)

Hardman, C. and Richards, J. D. (2013) “Digital Curation at the Archaeology Data Service” in Archäologie und Informationssysteme. Niedersachsen. No. 42. 76-78.

Moore, R., Hardman, C., Xia, L., & Richards, J. (2013) ‘ADS easy: an automated e-archiving system for Archaeology’. In Earl, G., Sly, T., Chrysanthi, A., Murrieta-Flores, P., Papadopoulos, C., Romanowska, I., & Wheatley, D. (eds.), Archaeology in the Digital Era: Papers from the 40th Annual Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Southampton, 26-29 March 2012, Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam.

Moore, R.H. and Evans, T.N.L. (2013) ‘Preserving the Grey Literature Explosion: PDF/A and the Digital Archive’ Information Standards Quarterly Volume 25(3), pp. 20-27.

Niven, K. (ed.) (2013) Caring for Digital Data in Archaeology. ADS/Digital Antiquity Guides to Good Practice, Oxbow Books.

Richards, J.D., Jeffrey, S. & Niven, K. (2013) ‘Preserving our Digital Heritage: Information Systems for data management and preservation’. in Ch’ng, E. and Gaffney, V. (eds), Visual Heritage in the Digital Age. Springer-Verlag. 311-326.


Jeffrey, S., (2012) A new Digital Dark Age? Collaborative web tools, social media and long-term preservation. World Archaeology, 44(4), 553-570.

Mitcham, J. (2012) ‘Preservation of Digital Objects at the Archaeology Data Service’, in Delve, J., Anderson, bD., Dobreva, M., Baker, D., Billenness, C., Konstantelos, L. (eds) Preservation Of Complex Objects: Visualisations and Simulations. Vol 1. 76-85.

Richards, J.D. (2012). ‘Digital Infrastructures for Archaeological Research: A European perspective’. The CSA Newsletter 2012, XXV.


Bateman, J. & Jeffrey, S. (2011) ‘What Matters about the Monument: reconstructing historical classification’, Internet Archaeology, Issue 29

Hardman C. (2011) ‘Coming out of the shadows: using Digital Object Identifiers for grey literature’, The Archaeologist, Summer 2011, Number 80, 9-10.

Jeffrey, S., Xia, L., Richards, J., Kintigh, K., Pierce-McManamon, F., Brin, A., Bateman, J. (2012) The Transatlantic Archaeology Gateway: Bridging the Digital Ocean. In: Zhou, M., I. Romanowska, Z. Wu, P. Xu and P. Verhagen (eds.), Revive the Past. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA). Proceedings of the 39th International Conference, Beijing, April 12-16.. Pallas Publications, Amsterdam, pp. 198-208.

May, K., C. Binding, D. Tudhope and S. Jeffrey (2012). Semantic Technologies Enhancing Links and Linked Data for Archaeological Resources, in: Zhou, M., I. Romanowska, Z. Wu, P. Xu and P. Verhagen (eds.), Revive the Past. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA). Proceedings of the 39th International Conference, Beijing, April 12-16.. Pallas Publications, Amsterdam, pp. 261-272.

Mitcham J. & Hardman C. (2011) ‘ADS and the Data Seal of Approval – case study for the DCC’ Digital Curation Centre – Case-Studies

Tudhope, D., Binding, C., Jeffrey, S., May, K. & Vlachidis, A. (2011) ‘A STELLAR Role for Knowledge Organization Systems in Digital Archaeology’ Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology Vol. 37, No. 4, April/May 2011


Austin, T. (2010) “ADS+ and Fedora Commons” in CSA Newsletter XXIII, No. 1. Online at

Dam, C., Austin, T., and Kenny, J. (2010) Breaking Down National Barriers: ARENA – A Portal to European Heritage Information. In F. Niccolucci & S. Hermon (eds.), Beyond the Artifact. Digital Interpretation of the Past. Procceedings of CAA2004, Prato, 13-17 April 2004, Archaeolingua, Budapest, 94-98.

Hardman, C. (2010) Our grey literature legacy: opportunity of headache?, The Archaeologist, Summer 2010, Number 76, 40-41.

Jeffrey, S. (2010) Resource Discovery and Curation of Complex and Interactive Digital Datasets. In Gardner, H. & Bailey, C. (Eds.) 2010, Re-visualising Visual Culture, AHRC ICT Methods Network, Ashgate, London.

Jeffrey, S. (2010). ‘The colourful story of the grey literature library’, British Archaeology, No 112, ISSN 1357-4442, Council for British Archaeology, April 2010.

Jeffrey, S., Richards, J., Ciravegna, F., Waller, S., Chapman, S., Zhang, Z. & Austin, A., (2011) ‘When ontology and reality collide: the Archaeotools project, faceted classification and natural language processing in an archaeological context’, In Jerem, E., F. Redő and V. Szeverényi (eds.) On the road to reconstructing the past, Proc. 36th Int. Conf. on Computer Applications and Quantative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Budapest, Hungary, 2008. 285-290.

Mitcham, J. (2010) Who’s Who: sixty second interview with Jen Mitcham, Archaeology Data Service. What’s New – Issue 25, May 2010. DPC and DCC on-line newsletter

Mitcham, J., Niven, K., Richards, J. (2010) ‘Archiving Archaeology: Introducing the Guides to Good Practice’ In A. Rauber, M. Kaiser, R. Guenther & P. Constantopoulos (eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects. iPRES 2010. Vienna, Austria. September 19-24, Austrian Computer Society, Vienna.

Mitcham, J. and Richards, J. (2011) ‘Digital archiving at the Archaeology Data Service: a quest for OAIS compliance’, In eds E. Jerem, F. Redő and V. Szeverényi (eds.) On the road to reconstructing the past, Proc. 36th Int. Conf. on Computer Applications and Quantative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Proceedings of the 36th International Conference. Budapest, April 2-6, 2008. Archeaeolingua, Budapest, 429-434

Richards, J., Austin, T. and Hardman, C. (2010) ‘Covering the Costs of Digital Curation’. Heritage Management, 3:2, 255-263.

Richards, J.D., Jeffrey, S., Ciravegna, F., Waller, S., Chapman, S., and Zhang, Z., (2011) ‘The Archaeology Data Service and the Archaeotools project: faceted classification and natural language processing’. In Kansa, E. C, Kansa, S. W, & Watrall, E. (eds.) Archaeology 2.0 and Beyond: New Tools for Collaboration and Communication, Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, 31-56.

Richards, J.D., Winters, J., and Charno, M. (2011) ‘Making the LEAP: Linking Electronic Archives and Publications’, in Jerem, E., Redő, F and Szeverényi, V. (eds) On the Road to Reconstructing the Past. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA). Proceedings of the 36th International Conference. Budapest, April 2-6, 2008. Archeaeolingua, Budapest, 141-146


Some Publications about the ADS by others:


Rodier, X (2011) “Archaeology Data Service, un site au service des archéologues britanniques” M@ppemonde