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Internet Archaeology: Issue 58 (2021)

Digital Archiving in Archaeology: The State of the Art

Edited by Ulf Jakobsson, David Novák, Julian D. Richards, Benjamin Štular and Holly Wright

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This special issue of Internet Archaeology is jointly sponsored by COST Action, SEADDA and the European Archaeological Consilium (EAC). It originated in a SEADDA workshop hosted by the Swedish National Data Service in Gothenburg in November 2019, in which participants presented the current state-of-the-art for digital archiving in their respective countries, with additional contributions from SEADDA members and others invited by the EAC Working Group for Archaeological Archives.

Introduction

Julian D. Richards, Ulf Jakobsson, David Novák, Benjamin Štular and Holly Wright

Cite this as: Richards, J.D., Jakobsson, U., Novák, D., Štular, B. and Wright, H. 2021 Digital Archiving in Archaeology: The State of the Art. Introduction, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.23

Digital Archiving for Archaeology: the state of the art in Argentina

Andrés. D. Izeta and Roxana Cattáneo

Cite this as: Izeta, A.D. and Cattáneo, R. 2021 Digital Archiving for Archaeology: the state of the art in Argentina, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.1

Saving Us from the Digital Dark Age: the Austrian perspective

Martina Trognitz

Cite this as: Trognitz, M. 2021 Saving Us from the Digital Dark Age: the Austrian perspective, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.2

Digital Archaeological Archiving in Baden-Württemberg, Germany: an evolving system

David Bibby

Cite this as: Bibby, D. 2021 Digital Archaeological Archiving in Baden-Württemberg, Germany: an evolving system, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.3

Digital Archiving and Process Management in the Bavarian State Department of Monuments and Sites

Silke Jantos and C. Sebastian Sommer

Cite this as: Jantos, S. and Sommer, C.S. 2021 Digital Archiving and Process Management in the Bavarian State Department of Monuments and Sites, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.4

Taming the Beast. Approaches to Digital Archiving in Czech Archaeology

David Novák, Martin Kuna and Olga Lečbychová

Cite this as: Novák, D., Kuna, M. and Lecbychová, O. 2021 Taming the Beast. Approaches to Digital Archiving in Czech Archaeology, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.5

Red Sky at Night: digital archiving in England 2020

Claire Tsang

Cite this as: Tsang, C. 2021 Red Sky at Night: digital archiving in England 2020, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.6

Digital Archiving of Archaeological Resources in Flanders (Belgium): a brief review

Piraye Hacıgüzeller, Koen Van Daele, Frank Carpentier and Raf Ribbens

Cite this as: Hacıgüzeller, P., Van Daele, K., Carpentier, F and Ribbens, R. 2021 Digital Archiving of Archaeological Resources in Flanders (Belgium): a brief review, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.7

Stewardship of Digital Archaeological Data in Greece: a landscape of fragmentation

Despoina Tsiafaki and Markos Katsianis

Cite this as: Tsiafaki, D. and Katsianis, M. 2021 Stewardship of Digital Archaeological Data in Greece: a landscape of fragmentation, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.8

The Hungarian Archaeology Database

Attila Kreiter

Cite this as: Kreiter, A. 2021 The Hungarian Archaeology Database , Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.9

Digital Archaeological Archiving in Israel

Sveta Matskevich and Liat Weinblum

Cite this as: Matskevich, S. and Weinblum, L. 2021 Digital Archaeological Archiving in Israel, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.10

The Production, Preservation and Dissemination of Archaeological Data in Japan

Yuichi Takata and Peter Yanase

Cite this as: Takata, Y. and Yanase, P. 2021 The Production, Preservation and Dissemination of Archaeological Data in Japan, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.11

Belated Measures - the Reality of Digital Archaeological Archiving in Poland

Agnieszka Oniszczuk and Agnieszka Makowska

Cite this as: Oniszczuk , A. and Makowska, A. 2021 Belated Measures - the Reality of Digital Archaeological Archiving in Poland, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.12

Digital Archaeology Archives in Portugal

Natália Botica

Cite this as: Botica, N. 2021 Digital Archaeology Archives in Portugal, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.13

A Snapshot in Time: a review of current approaches to archaeological archiving in Scotland

Peter McKeague

Cite this as: McKeague, P. 2021 A Snapshot in Time: a review of current approaches to archaeological archiving in Scotland, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.14

Digitisation and Data Management of Archaeological Heritage in Serbia (1991-2020)

Marija Šegan-Radonjić and Milica Tapavički-Ilić

Cite this as: Šegan-Radonjic, M. and Tapavički-Ilić, M. 2021 Digitisation and Data Management of Archaeological Heritage in Serbia (1991-2020), Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.15

Archaeological Digital Archiving in Heritage Management in Slovakia

Peter Bisták, Ján Zachar, Alexandra Rášová, Tibor Lieskovský, Ivica Kravjanská, Martina Orosová, Kristína Kročková and Michal Felcan

Cite this as: Bisták, P. et al. 2021 Archaeological Digital Archiving in Heritage Management in Slovakia, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.16

Archiving of Archaeological Digital Datasets in Slovenia: historic context and current practice

Benjamin Štular

Cite this as: Štular, B. 2021 Archiving of Archaeological Digital Datasets in Slovenia: historic context and current practice, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.17

A Turn Towards the Digital. An Overview of Swedish Heritage Information Management Today

Daniel Löwenborg, Maria Jonsson, Åsa Larsson and Johan Nordinge

Cite this as: Löwenborg, D., Jonsson, M., Larsson, A. and Nordinge, J. 2021 A Turn Towards the Digital. An Overview of Swedish Heritage Information Management Today, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.19

Digital Archaeological Archiving in Sweden: the Swedish National Data Service perspective

Ulf Jakobsson

Cite this as: Jakobsson, U. 2021 Digital Archaeological Archiving in Sweden: the Swedish National Data Service perspective, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.18

Archaeological Digital Archiving in Turkey

Nurdan Atalan Çayırezmez, Piraye Hacıgüzeller and Tuna Kalayci

Cite this as: Atalan Çayırezmez, N., Hacigüzeller, P. and Kalayci, T. 2021 Archaeological Digital Archiving in Turkey, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.20

Archiving Archaeological Data in the United Kingdom

Julian D. Richards

Cite this as: Richards, J.D. 2021 Archiving Archaeological Data in the United Kingdom, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.21

Digital Archaeological Data in the Wild West: the challenge of practising responsible digital data archiving and access in the United States

Christopher Nicholson, Rachel Fernandez and Jessica Irwin

Cite this as: Nicholson, C., Fernandez, R. and Irwin, J. 2021 Digital Archaeological Data in the Wild West: the challenge of practising responsible digital data archiving and access in the United States, Internet Archaeology 58. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.58.22

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