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Computational Archaeology news and links for many overdue months (part 2)

I promised a continuation with more articles, so here it is.




Don’t forget to catch up on Electric Archaeology’s posts, there are quite a few new ones that I haven’t posted. There are some posts on augmented reality, an archaeogaming “unconference”, data visualisation and more.


Some newly discovered blogs (or discovered back in the day but not yet posted)



  • Audio news from Archaeologica 24th – 30th May 2015: The murder case discussed above is mentioned in this podcast. Additionally, the podcast mentions the use of temperature sensors and a survey drone to map a Bison-Kill Site in Montana. Lastly, archaeologists find traces of hallucinogenic materials used for spiritual rituals by the use of “cutting edge technology” which is not mentioned.

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