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Communities and computers

Communities and computers

Archaeology on the web

For decades, archaeologists have been trying to create meaningful engagement with stakeholder communities. The continued development of the internet has provided new and diverse opportunities for participation, but also a variety of new hurdles.

Written by Eleanor Q. Neil

Weaving a better web

Weaving a better web

How to make your web appealing

Continuing her series on network analysis, Arianna explains how graphs are not only tools to use in your research, but also powerful instruments to show your results to others. She explains how you can manipulate your graphs to present information.

Written by Arianna Sacco

Dating the Dark Age, part I

Dating the Dark Age, part I

The relative chronology of Early Iron Age Greece

Our understanding of the ancient world depends on its chronology – the order in which events happened and the time elapsed in between them. In this series of articles, Matthew will look at how the chronology of the Early Iron Age or “Dark Age” of Greece has been constructed, and new radiocarbon dates that suggest a radical revision of that chronology.

Written by Matthew Lloyd