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September 01, 2015

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Funding Academic Publishing

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URL https://mediterraneanworld.wordpress.com/2015/08/31/funding-academic-publishing/
Accessed 2015-09-01 12:54:00
Abstract The last few years have been relatively bleak for university presses. The decline in library funding, increased competition from for-profit presses, and the shift from longterm priorities to short-...
Blog Title The Archaeology of the Mediterranean World

August 29, 2015

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Archaeological Projects in the Kurdistan Region in Iraq

Type Journal Article
Author Konstantinos Kopanias
Author John MacGinnis
Author Jason Alik Ur
URL http://dash.harvard.edu/handle/1/14022526
Rights open
Pages 1-59
ISSN Quick submit: 2015-02-02T12:52:30-05:00
Date 2015
Accessed 2015-08-28 23:58:32
Library Catalog dash.harvard.edu
Language en_US
Abstract The Kurdish Region of Iraq is home to some of the most important archaeological sites in the world. Ranging from the Paleolithic to the most recent past, these include cave shelters, sites from the Neolithic which witnessed the domestication of plants and animal, cities and settlement of great empires of antiquity, canals and rock reliefs, castles and bridges, mosques and bazaars. Protecting, managing and exploring this heritage is the work of the Directorate of Antiquities of Kurdistan and the number of research projects co-ordinated by the Directorate is impressive. For many years political factors held back the exploration of this heritage. The last decade, however, has seen a resurgence of archaeological activity in Kurdistan to the extent that is has become one of the most important regions of near eastern archaeological research.

August 28, 2015

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Handling Intangible Data, reconstructing old landscapes by toponyms.

Type Conference Paper
Author Menne Kosian
URL https://www.academia.edu/2458481/Handling_Intangible_Data_reconstructing_old_landscapes_by_toponyms
Place Vienna
Date 2008
Accessed 2015-08-28 19:23:03
Conference Name 13th International Congress, "Cultural Heritage and New Technologies"
Abstract Archaeological data gives us a narrow window on the environment people lived in: only the small areas excavated give an insight of the landscape of the past. Historical research widens this vies, but still is limited since a lot of the ordinary every

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Cultural Anthropology in Secondary Schools: An Essential Part of a 21st Century Education

Type Blog Post
Author Laura P. Appell-Warren
URL http://www.huffingtonpost.com/american-anthropological-association/cultural-anthropology-in_b_8045130.html
Date 2015-08-26
Accessed 2015-08-28 19:21:03
Abstract Cultural anthropology should be part of every student's secondary school education. Those who study anthropology know that the discipline cultivates resilience, persistence, confidence, openness, creativity, courage, patience, adaptability, perspective taking, empathy and self-control.
Blog Title The Huffington Post
Short Title Cultural Anthropology in Secondary Schools

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Project Mosul

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URL http://projectmosul.org/
Accessed 2015-08-28 17:58:39
Abstract Project Mosul is an initative started by Matthew Vincent (ITN-DCH Researcher), Chance Coughenour (ITN-DCH Researcher), and Marinos Ioannides (ITN-DCH Coordinator) of the Initial Training Network for Digital Cultural Heritage, a Marie Curie Actions FP7-PEOPLE funded project. The project is a response to the destruction of cultural heritage by the Islamic States, and proposes to use crowd-sourced imagery to digitally reconstruct the heritage that has been destroyed.

Home | Project Mosul

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SYRIAN HERITAGE INITIATIVE Weekly Report 45 (June 16, 2015)

Type Report
Author Michael D. Danti
Author Cheikhmous Ali
Author Richard Zettler
Author Tate Paulette
Author Kathryn Franklin
Author Allison Cuneo
Author Susan Penacho
Author LeeAnn Barnes Gordon
Author David Elitzer
URL http://www.asor-syrianheritage.org/syrian-heritage-initiative-weekly-report-45-june-16-2015/
Accessed 2015-08-28 15:17:02
Abstract Key points from this report: SARG direct and intentional attacks on heritage places in Syria using airstrikes and artillery continued with the targeting of a museum (Ma’arat al‐Nu’man) and allegedly areas within Palmyra and Aleppo. ISIL deliberate destruction at Assur was confirmed using high‐resolution satellite imagery. YPG advances on Tell Abyad in northern Syria could result in the severing of important ISIL overland routes to Turkey in the Raqqa strategic theater with broad implications for ISIL logistics, command, and criminal revenue streams.

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Regarding the Perseus Catalog’s Data and How it is Created

Type Blog Post
Author Alison Babeu
URL http://sites.tufts.edu/perseuscatalog/2015/08/27/regarding-the-perseus-catalogs-data-and-how-it-is-created/
Date 2015-08-27
Accessed 2015-08-28 14:12:17
Abstract We are pleased to announce two new Perseus Catalog wikis: The catalog_data wiki which contains information regarding the bibliographic a
Blog Title The Perseus Catalog

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August 27, 2015

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I Salii: tra epigrafia e topografia

Type Book Section
Author Maria Grazia Granino Cecere
Editor Gianpaolo Urso
URL https://www.academia.edu/7579258/I_Salii_tra_epigrafia_e_topografia
Place Pisa
Publisher Edizioni ETS
Pages 105-128
ISBN 978-88-467-3885-1
Date 2014
Accessed 2015-08-27 13:24:16
Abstract Atti del convegno internationale, Cividale del Friuli, 26-28 settembre 2012
Book Title Sacerdos: Figure del sacro nella società romana
Short Title I Salii

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Ancient sailing-routes and trade patterns: the impact of human factors

Type Book Section
Author Pascal Arnaud
Editor Damian Robinson
Editor Andrew Wilson
URL https://www.academia.edu/4226082/Ancient_sailing-routes_and_trade_patterns_the_impact_of_human_factors
Series Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology Monographs
Accessed 2015-08-27 13:19:47
Book Title Maritime Archaeology and Ancient Trade in the Mediterranean
Short Title Ancient sailing-routes and trade patterns

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August 26, 2015

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Mapping Libraries: Creating Real-time Maps of Global Information

Type Blog Post
Author Kalev Hannes Leetaru
URL http://blogs.loc.gov/digitalpreservation/2015/07/mapping-libraries-creating-real-time-maps-of-global-information/
Date 2015-07-30
Accessed 2015-08-26 21:23:58
Website Type webpage
Language eng
Abstract The following is a guest post by Kalev Hannes Leetaru, a data scientist and Senior Fellow at George Washington University Center for Cyber & Homeland Security. In a previous post, he introduced us to the GDELT Project, a platform that monitors the news media, and presented how mass translation of the world’s information offers libraries enormous possibilities for broadening access. In this post, he writes about re-imagining information geographically.
Blog Title The Signal: Digital Preservation
Short Title Mapping Libraries

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The Most Interesting Thing About That Ancient Spartan Palace Isn't The Palace - It's The Language

Type Magazine Article
Author Kristina Killgrove
URL http://www.forbes.com/sites/kristinakillgrove/2015/08/26/the-most-interesting-thing-about-that-ancient-spartan-palace-isnt-the-palace-its-the-language/
Publication Forbes
Date 2015-08-26
Accessed 2015-08-26 20:52:11
Abstract A new Mycenaean-era palace found near the later site of Sparta has revealed examples of the earliest known Greek writing, preserved in clay hardened by a fire.

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Epigraphic picnics

Type Blog Post
Author Jonathan Prag
URL https://isicily.wordpress.com/2015/08/15/epigraphic-picnics/
Date 2015-08-15
Accessed 2015-08-26 17:36:00
Abstract Some 1600-1800 years ago, six men decided to commemorate the fact that they had just enjoyed the pleasures of a local spring. They did so by engraving their names on the rock face above the spring....
Blog Title I.Sicily

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The Folklore and Folksong of Trains in America, Part Two | Folklife Today

Type Blog Post
Author Stephanie Hall
URL http://blogs.loc.gov/folklife/2015/08/folklore-of-trains-in-usa-part-two/?loclr=eaftb
Date 2015-08-19
Accessed 2015-08-26 17:35:30
Website Type webpage
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Abstract The Folklore and Folksong of Trains in America, Part Two. A blog post at "Folklife Today" on 2015-08-19.
Blog Title Folklife Today

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Why Teen-Agers Are the Worst: What's Wrong with Them?

Type Magazine Article
Author Elizabeth Kolbert
URL http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/08/31/the-terrible-teens
Publication The New Yorker
Date 2015-08-31
Accessed 2015-08-26 12:47:19
Abstract Scientists are gaining new insights into the irrational brains of adolescents.

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They Were Not Mainly “Peasants”

Type Blog Post
Author Sharon Lea Mattila
URL http://asorblog.org/2015/08/25/they-were-not-mainly-peasants/
Date 2015-08-25
Accessed 2015-08-26 12:22:24
Abstract It has been very common for the vast majority of the people in the Greco-Roman world, with the exception of those who lived in the élite urban spheres, to be depicted as a homogeneous mass of “peasants”—members of subsistence-oriented, [...]
Blog Title The ASOR Blog

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Review of: The Medieval Peutinger Map: Imperial Roman Revival in a German Empire

Type Journal Article
Author F. E. Romer
Reviewed Author Emily Albu
URL http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2015/2015-08-33.html
Pages 2015.08.33
Publication Bryn Mawr Classical Review
ISSN 1055-7660
Date August 2015
Journal Abbr BMCR
Accessed 2015-08-26 12:08:38
Library Catalog Bryn Mawr Classical Review
Abstract Emily Albu, The Medieval Peutinger Map: Imperial Roman Revival in a German Empire. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Pp. xv, 169, 8 p. of plates. ISBN 9781107059429. $90.00.
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Review of: The Medieval Peutinger Map: Imperial Roman Revival in a German Empire

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August 25, 2015

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How The U.S. Is Neglecting Its Smartest Kids

Type Blog Post
Author Anya Kamenetz
URL http://www.npr.org/sections/ed/2015/08/24/432869964/how-the-u-s-is-neglecting-its-smartest-kids
Date 2015-08-24
Accessed 2015-08-25 15:40:14
Abstract The authors of a new book argue that efforts to raise achievement for students at the bottom have come at the expense of the most gifted and talented.
Blog Title NPR.org

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Off the Beaten Track. Epigraphy at the Borders

Type Blog Post
URL http://www.eagle-network.eu/off-the-beaten-track-epigraphy-at-the-borders/
Accessed 2015-08-25 15:39:09
Abstract The sixth EAGLE International Event, “Off the Beaten Track. Epigraphy at the Borders” will be held in Bari on September 24-25, 2015.
Blog Title Europeana EAGLE Project News

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August 24, 2015

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Coming Soon: The Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey Data

Type Blog Post
Author David Pettegrew
URL http://corinthianmatters.com/2015/08/19/the-eastern-korinthia-archaeological-survey-data-coming-soon/
Date 2015-08-19
Accessed 2015-08-24 14:49:41
Abstract One of the projects I have been working on this summer is the publication and online presentation of the data sets of the Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey, an intensive archaeological survey...
Blog Title Corinthian Matters
Short Title Coming Soon

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Pyu sites report increased numbers following Unesco listing

Type Blog Post
URL http://www.southeastasianarchaeology.com/2015/08/20/pyu-sites-report-increased-numbers-following-unesco-listing/
Date 2015-08-14
Accessed 2015-08-24 14:44:31
Abstract Visitors to the Pyu cities of Sri Ksetra, Halin and Beikthano are on the rise since the three cities were collectively inscribed in the Unesco World Heritage List. Visitor numbers up at UNESCO site...
Blog Title SEAArch - The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog

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August 21, 2015

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FAIR Data Publishing Group

Type Web Page
URL https://www.force11.org/group/fairgroup
Accessed 2015-08-21 17:31:36
Abstract This groups main aim is to create and put up for community endorsement a document that is a general 'guide to FAIRness of data', not a “specification”. Data should be Findable Data should be Accessible Data should be Interoperable Data should be Re-usable.
Website Title FORCE11

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Handbuch Digital Humanities: Public Beta | DHd-Blog

Type Blog Post
Author Markus Neuschäfer
URL http://dhd-blog.org/?p=5566
Date 2015-08-19
Accessed 2015-08-21 17:30:21
Abstract Was bieten die Digital Humanities? Welche Forschungsfragen, Werkzeuge und Projekte gibt es; was ist beim Umgang mit Daten zu beachten? Mit Unterstützung der Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland hat ein Autorenteam aus Partnerinstitutionen der Forschungsinfrastruktur DARIAH-DE in drei Tagen zusammen ein praxisorientiertes Handbuch Digital Humanities erstellt. Bis Mitte September kann es durch Anregungen und Kommentare ergänzt werden: Alle DH-Interessierten sind herzlich aufgerufen, sich zu beteiligen.
Blog Title DHdBlog

Handbuch Digital Humanities: Public Beta | DHd-Blog

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August 20, 2015

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Standard permissions and roles — Plone Documentation v4.3

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Standard permissions and roles — Plone Documentation v4.3

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URL http://docs.plone.org/develop/plone/security/standard_permissions.html
Accessed 2015-08-20 17:55:58

BootLeaf

Type Computer Program
Programmer Bryan McBride
URL http://bmcbride.github.io/bootleaf/
Loc. in Archive https://github.com/bmcbride/bootleaf
Accessed 2015-08-20 13:11:37
Abstract A simple, responsive template for building web mapping applications with Bootstrap 3, Leaflet, and typeahead.js. Open source, MIT licensed, and available on GitHub. Features: Fullscreen mobile-friendly map template with responsive Navbar and modal placeholders jQuery loading of external GeoJSON files Logical multiple layer marker clustering via the leaflet marker cluster plugin Elegant client-side multi-layer feature search with autocomplete using typeahead.js Responsive sidebar feature list with sorting and filtering via list.js Marker icons included in grouped layer control via the grouped layer control plugin
Archive GitHub

BootLeaf

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Using Low-Cost Hardware for 3D Scanning at Kenchreai, Greece

Type Web Page
Author Sebastian Heath
URL http://apaclassics.org/amphora/using-low-cost-hardware-3d-scanning-kenchreai-greece
Accessed 2015-08-20 12:18:39
Abstract As the tools and methods for creating 3D models of sites and objects become less expensive, archaeologists are increasingly putting them to good use in the field. This article focuses on my collaborative work to scan objects found at the site of Kenchreai in Greece and now stored nearby in the Isthmia Museum. It does cover practical issues and one goal of writing this piece is to encourage others to explore the creation of 3D content. Accordingly, I stress that 3D tools are becoming easier to use, not just less expensive. And it will be as important to think about what to do with these models after they are made. Permanent access to 3D models is a goal and initial steps towards that are described below. Likewise, rich linking of information about scanned objects to descriptions of their original archaeological findspot will further encourage contextualized studies of Greek and Roman material culture.
Website Title The Amphora

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August 18, 2015

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Stolen Gods

Type Blog Post
URL http://www.stolengods.org/
Accessed 2015-08-18 16:47:21