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Published October 7, 2019 | Version v2
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The ARIADNE Impact

  • 1. PIN, Prato, Italy
  • 2. Archaeology Data Service, University of York, UK
  • 1. DANS – Data Archiving and Networked Services
  • 2. Swedish National Data Service (SND), Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 3. Inrap, Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research, Paris, France
  • 4. Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Vienna
  • 5. Laboratory for Applied Research, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest
  • 6. ZRC SAZU: Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts
  • 7. Service II – Protection of Archaeological Heritage, MiBAC, Rome, Italy
  • 8. Central Institute for Archaeology, MiBAC, Rome, Italy
  • 9. ICCU, MiBAC, Rome, Italy
  • 10. PIN, Prato, Italy
  • 11. The Cyprus Institute, Cyprus
  • 12. LNEC: National Laboratory of Civil Engineering, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 13. DGPC: Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 14. National Research Centre on Human Evolution (CENIEH), Burgos, Spain
  • 15. Unit for Digital Documentation, Department of Linguistics and Nordic Studies, Humanities Faculty, University of Oslo
  • 16. Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo
  • 17. Fornleifastofnun Íslands (Institute of Archaeology, Iceland)
  • 18. Department of Archaeology, University of Glasgow, UK
  • 19. CNRS, Université de Tours, France
  • 20. CONICET, Instituto de Antropología de Córdoba (IDACOR); CONICET,Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina
  • 21. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Departamento de Antropología y Museo de Antropología, Argentina
  • 22. NARA: Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Nara, Japan
  • 23. University of Oxford, UK
  • 24. Salzburg Research, Austria

Description

This book is a collection of seventeen papers which describe the impact that the ARIADNE project and its successor, ARIADNEplus (2019-2022) have had on the archaeological community, both in Europe and further afield. Each case study has been contributed by organisations involved in the ARIADNE Infrastructure who cover many countries from across Europe as well as Argentina and Japan. These papers were originally presented at the CAA Conference in Krakow, April 2019 and cover aspects such as data management, application of standards and guidelines, the use of CIDOC-CRM and Open Data to name but a few. 

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