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AquaTerra on GitHub

Newhard, Levine, and Phebus (2014) presented a LCP model that incorporated both terrestrial and marine costs to assist in exploring the connectivity between places. Developed in ArcGIS ModelBuilder, the initial model was streamlined by Nicola Buescher, Christina Carmack, Caleb Whitaker, Zach Campbell … Continue reading

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Exploring Ancient and Modern Land Use

The College of Charleston welcomes Peter Bikoulis from the University of Toronto, in town this week to consult with Jim Newhard and Norm Levine on his work combining multispectral satellite imagery with Ottoman and modern census data to tease out … Continue reading

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Formal Publication of Pylian Linear B Tablets to Occur

As announced by the Department of Classics at the College of Charleston, Dr. Dimitri Nakassis (Toronto) and Dr. Kevin Pluta (Charleston)  will be directing the formal publication of the Linear B tablets from Pylos, originally excavated by Carl Blegen begun in 1939.  The project will … Continue reading

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Avkat Informatics

One of the projects being undertaken in the Santee-Cooper GIS Lab this summer is an overhaul of the informatics for the Avkat Archaeological Project, an intensive survey project undertaken in Central Anatolia between 2007 and 2009 by Princeton, Trent University, and … Continue reading

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This blog is being started for several reasons. to inform the general archaeoinformatic community about initiatives and research being undertaken at the College of Charleston to encourage discussion, comment, and potential collaboration with others in the archaeoinformatic community about our … Continue reading

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