Archaeological Investigations Project (AIP)

Timothy Darvill, Bronwen Russell, Ehren Milner, 2018

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Overview

Archaeological Investigations Project (AIP)

The data collected by the AIP is presented in a systematic and standardised manner. It comprises data which describes the types of archaeological investigation being undertaken, with each piece of work having a unique record ID within the system. Sub-records vary depending on the type of investigation e.g. desk-based assessment records will detail the sources consulted, field investigation records will detail features/finds recorded during that work, etc.

The AIP began in 1995 and data for the period 1990-1995 was gathered retrospectively.

Data provided to, and recorded by the AIP, has not been subject to quality control or interpretation by AIP staff. Data has been recorded as per the original provided wherever possible.


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