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Analysing and visualising the ceramiscene of Roman Nepi

February 28, 2013

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One of the last CAAUK videos, one on GIS too: Ulla Rajala (University of Cambridge) Philip Mills (University of Leicester) This paper builds on the theoretical tools labelled the ‘ceramiscene’ in Mills and Rajala (2011a). This is a means of characterising a ceramic landscape utilising a hierarchical version of the elements (Nodes, Pathways, Edges, Districts […]

Google Map Your Road Trip Like A Roman

March 14, 2012

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Dan at Archaeopop has just put up a great post on a new map website Omnes Viae which allows one to plot routes along the old Roman roads. You can read Dan’s review – http://archaeopop.blogspot.com/2012/03/more-ancient-map-madness-omnes-viae.html You can see the actual website here- http://omnesviae.org/ It is pretty amazing! The website even has 2000 Geo-located Roman towns […]