Archaeology Data Service: Homepage. Homepage - WWII Heritage. Providers. DIRECTORY - Archives Portal Europe. Hello from The Archaeological Settlements of Turkey - TAY Project Portal! Was set up to build a chronological inventory of findings for the cultural heritage of Turkey - an important component of World Heritage sites - and to share this information with the international community.
Although both Anatolia and Thrace have revealed cultural traces dating to at least 400.000 years ago, results from early 19th century investigations as well as data generated by current surveys and excavations are neither well organised nor easily accessible. The locations of many sites remain unknown, while many of them have been and continue to be destroyed, taking their undiscovered secrets with them. In order to stop this cycle, it is essential to collect and compile all available cultural heritage information to establish and maintain a central inventory: if we do not document, we cannot protect. TAY project's central aim is to thoroughly document all archaeological settlements within Turkey (such as mounds, monuments, tumuli, cemeteries, etc.).
Why TAY? La Fortuna visiva di Pompei. DANS — English. Vol.2AgendaStrategy. UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Collections - Segedunum Roman Fort. Click here for more details about using our collections search, including terms and conditions.
The Roman collections at Segedunum relate to the more recent excavations of the 1970s, 80s and 90s. Their particular significance lies in the fact that they represent a comparatively comprehensive span of both the 300 year occupation of the site, and of the assorted structures within it. Several items deserve particular mention, including the only stone toilet seat from Roman Britain, a delightful portable shrine, surviving spearheads and sections of ring mail armour and a collection of rounded throwing stones - defensive missiles for the Fort. The Strong Place Gallery has artefacts associated with local coalmining and shipbuilding as well some Roman objects from more recent excavations close to the river. Collections - Tyne and Wear Archives & Museums.
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List of Monographs Order by: Title | Date Speake, G. (1989)A Saxon Bed Burial on Swallowcliffe Down: Excavations by F de M Vatcher. Perform an advanced numismatic search on the database - Database. Log in | Register Home » Finds database » Search » Roman numismatic search Advanced Roman numismatic search This form allows you to perform some more advanced database searches.
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The Roman excavations at Arbeia originate from the 1870s. The finds recovered by the Victorian excavators form the focus of the present collection which is one of the largest and most important from Hadrian's Wall. RCAHMS - Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland - RCAHMS. About The Society Of Antiquaries Museum. ScARF. Welcome to WebVoyáge. Archaeology Data Service: Homepage. Library: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Scanning Project: Introduction. Introduction.
MoLASManual94. Treasure Trove Scotland. Introduction to Archaeology: Glossary. Archaeology anthropology aberrant cycladic. ABERRANT __ Deviation from the class to which an artifact or phenomenon belongs.
ABORIGINAL. INDIGENOUS __ Pertaining to the original occupants of a given region. ABRASIVE STONE __ Usually a sandstone slab used for grinding and polishing. ABSOLUTE DATING __ A dating method that determines an object's exact age, as opposed to its relative age; includes such techniques as dendrochronology and radiocarbon dating. ABU SIMBEL __ Two temples located close to the border between Sudan and Egypt. ACCLIMATORY ADJUSTMENTS __ Reversible physiological adjustments to stressful environments. ACCRETION __ Growth by virtue of an increase in inter-cellular materials. ACCULTURATION __ The process by which a culture absorbs the traits or customs of another culture with which it is in direct contact. ACEPHALOUS SOCIETY __ A society without a political head such as a president, chief, or king. ACHEMENID EMPIRE __ Persian empire named after its founder Achemens.
Geophysical Survey in Archaeological Field Evaluation. This is the second edition of English Heritage guidelines on the application of geophysical survey to archaeological field evaluation first published in 1995.
They are intended to help archaeologists, particularly curators, consultants and project managers, gain a better understanding of the various techniques of geophysical survey. Environmental Archaeology. Gill Campbell, Lisa Moffett, and Vanessa Straker This document provides guidance for good practice in environmental archaeology.
It gives practical advice on the applications and methods of environmental archaeology within archaeological projects. It should not replace advice given by specialists on specific projects, nor is it intended that these guidelines should inhibit future development of methodologies or recommended procedures. This document should be cited as: Campbell, G, Moffett, L and Straker, V 2011 'Environmental Archaeology. Welcome to the Portable Antiquities Scheme website. Latin Dictionary and Grammar Resources - Latdict. Roman Inscriptions of Britain. Untitled Document. Local history, regional history, british association for local history, local history resources. Your national on-line library for local history. Britain from Above.
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