The European Digital Resource in Archaeology: Sites and Monuments Data as a common European Web Resource

Claus Dam and Henrik Jarl Hansen

The National Danish Cultural Heritage Agency, Slotholmsgade 1, DK-1216 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Claus Dam chd@kuas.dk Henrik Jarl Hansen hjh@kuas.dk

Cite this as: C. Dam and H.J. Hansen 2005 'The European Digital Resource in Archaeology: Sites and Monuments Data as a common European Web Resource', Internet Archaeology 18. http://dx.doi.org/10.11141/ia.18.4

Summary

The ARENA project has brought the idea of a common European heritage web resource closer. With sites and monuments data from six nations available for interoperable search valuable insight has been gained into the technical and other difficulties involved resulting in a clear view to the next logical steps.

Drawing in a discussion of the status for internet use within the sector of cultural heritage in Denmark a number of perspectives for using the internet for cultural heritage management and information dissemination is drawn up. Denmark is offered as an example, others could probably be found.

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