Archive for the ‘Methodology’ Category

  • MetArch conference 2015

    on Jul 24, 15 • in Archaeology, Conference, Croatia, Methodology, News • with Comments Off on MetArch conference 2015

    The 3rd scientific conference Methodology and Archaeometry 2-4 December 2015, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences The scientific conference Methodology and Archaeometry is being organised by the Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences since 2013. The goal of the conference is to entice interdisciplinarity, critical thinking, new insights and approaches as well as new theoretical frameworks in contemporary archaeological science. Coverage of a wide spectrum of themes and scientific disciplines has resulted in papers and discussions that promote scientific issues in the fields of methodology, documentation and interpretation of

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  • HAEMUS – partner organization for memorial tourism from WWI in Macedonia

    on Nov 1, 14 • in Archaeology, Cultural heritage, Culture, Education, History, Management, Methodology, News, Our Activity, Preservation, Republic of Macedonia, Tourism, WW I • with Comments Off on HAEMUS – partner organization for memorial tourism from WWI in Macedonia

    Members of HAEMUS were part of the study trip (20-24.10.2014) to Lower Normandy organized by ALDA and became official partners of the long-term project about memorial tourism dedicated to the WWI and East front in the Republic of Macedonia. The main host was the Regional Council of Lower Normandy and their office in Skopje. At the meetings approximately 50 participants from both territories, local government and organizations involved in the collaboration, attended the sessions. They met on the subject dedicated to the memorial tourism, which is the innovation in collaboration between Normandy and Macedonia, inspired by topic remembrance and

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  • Declassified Spy Photos Show Ancient Roman Walls In Romania

    on May 25, 14 • in Methodology, News, Photo, Roman period, Romania • with Comments Off on Declassified Spy Photos Show Ancient Roman Walls In Romania

    Sometimes it pays to take a second look. Archaeologists from two United Kingdom universities examining declassified spy photos rediscovered part of a what they believe is a series of Roman fortifications dating back to the 2nd century A.D. Although parts of the ruins had once been known to 19th-century researchers, they were subsequently misidentified, dismissed and largely forgotten, according to Bill Hanson, a professor of Roman archaeology at the University of Glasgow. In some areas the structures were heavily damaged by ploughing or construction — even to the point of complete destruction. “If you look

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  • Books: Geophysics in Archaeology

    on May 14, 14 • in Archaeology, Book, Methodology, News, Prospecting • with Comments Off on Books: Geophysics in Archaeology

    Download for free the book by  Momir Vukadinović about Applied Geophysics in Archaeology The book is in Serbian language with English summery Momir Vukadinović, Primena geofizike u arheologiji by HAEMUS   Citation: Momir Vukadinović, Primena geofizike u arheologiji, Kraljevo 2011 Download for free the book by Nikola Tonkov about Geophysical methods in archaeology The book is in Bulgarian language with English summery   Nikola Tonkov – Geophysical methods in archaeology by HAEMUS   Citation: Никола Тонков, Геофизични методи в археологията, София 2013.  

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