Alan Chalmers of Bristol University explains and illustrates the process of constructing computer based reconstructions of archaeological sites. Examples used are sites in Malta.
A review of the archaeological evidence for food plants from the British Isles: an example of the use of the Archaeobotanical Computer Database (ABCD) by Philippa Tomlinson and Allan R. Hall.
Updated quarterly, contributors report on their on-going work, reports on archaeological computing projects and issues, conferences, books, software, hardware, and web reviews.
Web documents with archaeological data that may be viewed online and files that may be downloaded from the CSA server for inspection on users' machines with the aid of their own software.
A computerized decision-making model which assists forest management planners in identifying areas most likely to be archaeological sites. Introduction, methodology, pilot projects, and reports.
A searchable digital archive for archaeology, including Sites and Monuments Records for parts of the UK and Excavation Index for England. Text of CBA Research Reports. (Adobe Acrobat Reader).
Directory of links to GIS, virtual reality, graphics and simulation, database, and on-line publishing in archaeology.
Contains annotated links to computer applications in archaeology; GIS, CAD, database, visualisation, publication, and related software.
Contains links relevant to applying GPS to historic preservation and architectural surveys.
Project to help develop standards for the digital publication of archaeological field reports.The Template runs on Macintosh and Windows platforms, and is free for use to individuals wishing to publish their archaeological research