This page contains all the links that can be found throughout the whole website. Moreover, it contains additional links for those seeking more information on a certain topic.
Universidade de Évora
Univerza v Ljubljani
British School at Rome
Município de Marvão
Natureza – Parque Natural da Serra de São Mamede
Fundação Cidade de Ammaia
CIDEHUS – Centro Interdisciplinar de História, Cultura e Sociedades da Universidade de Évora
UGent Department of Archaeology
UGent Department of Geography
ULjubljana Department of Archaeology
This list is by no means exhaustive but exemplifies excellent on-going projects where a whole set non-destructive survey methods are being applied to study the topography of deserted ancient cities elsewhere in the classical and in the new world.
Anuradhapura Project The project aims to understand and model the networks between urban and non-urban communities and the environment at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka.
EPOCH A network of European cultural institutions joining their efforts to improve the quality and effectiveness of the use of Information and Communication Technology for Cultural Heritage.
Virtual Worlds in Archaeology Initiative Aims to facilitate the preservation, cataloguing, and active use of virtual ancient worlds already completed, being built, or in preparation.
ArchaeoLandscapes Europe (ArcLand) Project that aims to create conditions for the regular use of aerial and remote-sensing techniques all over Europe.
Other Projects that use ICTs
El Brujo Project Virtual reconstruction of the painted figures on the ceiling of a ceremonial precinct at the Huaca Cao Viejo located within the archeological site of El Brujo, Peru.
Leuven Research & Development Sagalassos Division Interdisciplinary research group working at the archaeological site of Sagalassos, Turkey. Flexible 3D reconstruction techniques are applied on objects, monuments and buildings.
Near Surface Geophysics and Archaeometry Select “Archaeometrie” or go directly to the frame University of Kiel, Germany.
The Aerial Archaeology Research Group (AARG) Forum for the exchange of ideas and information for all those actively involved in aerial photography, photo interpretation, field archaeology and landscape history.
Initiative College for Archaeological Prospection Dedicated to the development of novel techniques and methodological concepts for landscape archaeology University of Vienna, Austria.
Archaeological Prospection Reports, other reports and the AnnualReport 1996/7 by the Centre for Archaeology (formerly AML) English Heritage, UK.
Archaeological Prospection Research Group Research group that applies geophysical and remote sensing techniques to archaeological problems. University of Bradford, UK.
Associazione Italiana di Archeometria (AIAr) – Metodologie Scientifiche per i Beni Culturali. The association aims to promote and develop research, didactic and professional activities for studying and safeguarding the Cultural Heritage by using scientifical methodologies.
Geophysical Remote Sensing Techniques and the NDDownsoftware (Win95) by Mark R. Schurr, University of Notre Dame, USA.
Mediterranean Archaeology GIS (MAGIS) Collaboratory for GIS and Mediterranean Archaeology. MAGIS is an inventory of regional survey projects in the greater Mediterranean region.
Lap&T University of Siena Laboratory of landscape archaeology & remote sensing, University of Siena, Italy.
ModeLTER The European Laboratory for Modelling of Landscapes and Territories over the Long Term is a franco-slovenian research team that develops concepts and methods for the study of long-term socio-environmental relationships.
LiDAR at the English Heritage Brief description of non-destructive techniques applied in heritage preservation. English Heritage, UK.
Lidar for landscape modelling The Unit for Landscape Modelling specialises in the application of GIS and Remote Sensing techniques. Cambridge University, UK.
Austrian Aerial Photography Archive The Archive aims to develop sophisticated techniques to acquire, use, interpret and map remotely sensed data in archaeology and cultural heritage applications.
Italian National Aerial Photographic Archive The Archive holds over two million aerial photographs and provides an excellent overview of the Italian landscape.
Virtual Reality in Archaeology
Virtual archaeology links Selected by the Department of Anthropology, University of Kansas, USA.
Virtual presentations of Stonehenge, the Pyramids, and Palenque. Department of Anthropology, Northern Illinois University, USA.
Institute for the Visualization of History Not-for-profit educational organization bringing together advanced immersive computer graphics, virtual-reality-based education, and detailed research of the past.
Virtual tour of the pyramids Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), USA
Other Websites of Interest
Discovery Programme Public institution set up to pursue advanced research in Irish archaeology, Ireland.
The Archaeology Channel Set up by the Archaeological Legacy Institute (ALI) for the discussion of critical issues now facing archaeology and its potential beneficiaries, USA.
NODEM Nordic Digital Excellence in Museums (NODEM) is a Nordic forum for exchange of experience and best practice, on the use of new digital media in communicating with visitors and audiences, Denmark.
CARARE is an EC funded Consortium and Best Practice Network on archaeology and architectural heritage that aims to add 3D and Virtual Reality content.
V-MusT (Virtual Museum Transnational Network) is a EU FP7-funded network of excellence that aims to provide the heritage sector with the tools and support to develop virtual museums that are educational, enjoyable, long-lasting and easy to maintain.
SISYPHOS Internet resources on Egyptology, Ancient Near Eastern Studies and Classical Archaeology. University of Heidelberg. German and English.
Institute for Archaeologists (IFA). The IFA exists to advance the practise of archaeology and allied disciplines by promoting professional standards and ethics for conserving, managing, understanding and promoting enjoyment of heritage.
EXARC EXchange on Archaeological Research and Communication. International organisation of Archaeological Open Air Museums and Experimental Archaeology.