Number 63, December 2005
Agent-based modeling, archaeology and social organisation: The robustness of Rome
Developing data visualization and spatial statistics for archaeological inference
Kevin R. Schwarz, Jerry Mount
GIS applications for the control and management of Cultural Heritage:
The archaeological map of the Comune of Camaiore (Lucca)
Increased joy through delegated reading
EVA Conferences International
2nd London 3D Imaging Technology Conference;
London, UK. 14-17 February 2006
Unleashing the Power of GIS and GPS,
Chicago, Illinois, USA. 7-11 March 2006
Cultural Heritage and New Media.
New Heritage: Beyond Verisimilitude, Hong Kong, Japan. 13-14 March 2006
Museums and the Web 2006,
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. 22-25 March 2006
The 2nd Annual Ename International Colloquium: Who Owns The Past?
Heritage Rights and Responsibilities in a Multicultural World,
Ghent, Belgium. 22-25 March 2006
International Workshop: Ontology Based Modelling in the Humanities,
University of Hamburg, Germany. 7-9 April 2006
IFA Annual Conference for Archaeologists Session: Digital Archaeology: From Cradle to Grave,
Edinburgh, UK. 11-13 April 2006
Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology.
Digital Discovery: Exploring New Frontiers in Human Heritage,
Fargo, North Dakota, USA. 18-23 April 2006
Museums of the City as Gateways to Understanding Urban Life.
CAMOC Museums of Cities. First Plenary Conference,
Boston, Massachusetts, USA. 1-2 May 2006
National Park Service’s 2006 Archaeological Prospection Workshop. Current Archaeological Prospection Advances for Non-Destructive Investigations in the 21st Century, St. Simons, Georgia, USA. May 15-19 2006
Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics 2006. The UK Chapter of the Eurographics Association (EGUK), Teesside, Middlesbrough, UK. 20-22 June 2006
Archaeological Landscapes through Digital Technologies. Proceedings of the
2nd Italy-United States Workshop (Rome, Italy, November 2003 – Berkeley,
USA, May 2005). Edited by M. Forte, BAR International Series 1379, Oxford
AA.VV., Arena (Archaeological Records of Europe: Networked Access). Pathways
to a Shared European Information Infrastructure for Cultural Heritage,
Internet Archaeology, 18, Summer 2005 (http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue18/6/).
Digital Archaeology: Bridging Method and Theory. Edited by T.L. Evans and P. Daly, London-New York 2006, Routledge.