Visualisation in Archaeology

Garry Gibbons, Sara Perry, Sam Smiles, Stephanie Moser, Simon James, Rob Read, 2014

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Introduction

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Visualisation in Archaeology (VIA) was a three year project to explore the philosophical and historical dimensions - and future prospects - of the visual presentation of archaeological knowledge. The project connected researchers through a web platform and annual workshops. VIA aims to inform professional standards around pictorial practice, investigate viable guidelines for imaging, and, in so doing, articulate an intellectual framework for the visualisation of archaeological data.