Digital Type Collection of Historic Ceramics

The Florida Museum of Natural History has a nice online type collections of historic period archaeological ceramics (1492-1850), complete with detailed search features. With the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities, we are able to offer it on-line as a service to archaeologists, museum curators, material culture specialists, and anyone interested in historic […]

Musée achéménide

An international collective of scholars led by Pierre Briant (Collège de France, Paris) have established an online “Achaemenid museum.” This elegant musée achéménide website utilizes Flash to provide access to a fine collection of artifacts and historical information regarding the classic Persian civilization known as the Achaemenid empire, the most famous leader of which was […]

Ancient World Image Bank

The ever-productive people at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (NYU) are continuing to add on to their Ancient World Image Bank. So far the collection contains photos from archaeological sites in Turkey, the Levant, Egypt, Greece and Italy. They chose to use Flickr instead of setting up their own database system. Maybe […]

Workshop on data publishing for Near Eastern archaeologists

“Publishing Archaeological Data from the Field to the Web” Thursday November 18 at 2pm, Sheraton Atlanta Open to all ASOR meeting attendees At the upcoming 2010 American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) meeting in Atlanta, the creators of Open Context are leading a workshop focused on effective techniques for Near Eastern archaeologists to publish their […]

Digital Collections at the University of Michigan Libraries

The AWOL blog drew my attention to the University of Michigan Digital Library Production Service (DLPS) Digital Collections, in short the MLibrary Digital Collections. Here are a few of the more relevant collections (mostly open access): Egyptian Amulets, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology The Egyptian Amulet catalog is a collaborative project between the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, […]