Archive | September 2014

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We don’t find computers, or do we?

No, computational archaeologists don’t dig computers out of the ground nor do they find them in ancient shipwrecks…oh wait… it seems that with the help of some super diving suits they actually do (it all depends on what you define as a computer). Archaeologists have found what they refer to as an Antikythera mechanism, or “world’s oldest computer”, […]

Computational Archaeology News – August

It’s been  while since one of my news posts, so here are some exciting articles with news about the field. New Survey Reveals More Mysteries At Stonehenge:  Ground penetrating radar and 3D laser scanning used to survey Stonehenge leading to the discovery of 15 potential henges, pits and barrows. Satellites spot lost Guatemala Mayan temples: Archaeologists and NASA scientists […]