List of Figures and Tables

Figure 1: Graph of 'Roman archaeology' searching from the list of top ten search results on linked from a simple html page, filtered to 5 or more links, showing modules. The mass of pages at the top are all within the Wikipedia ecosystem. Google Plus and are indicated.

Table 1: Various Network Metrics for Crawls of the Archaeological Web

Table 2: Google versus Duck Duck Go

Table 3: Wikipedia graph metrics


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