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  • History of the Verde Valley, Arizona

    History of the Verde Valley, Arizona

    The Verde Valley Archaeology Center in Camp Verde, Arizona, presents a short video presentation about the history of the Verde Valley. http://www.verdevalleyarchaeology.org

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  • Virtual Archaeology : collection of work (2009-2011)

    Virtual Archaeology : collection of work (2009-2011)

    Chawee Busayarat’s work involves architecture, informatics engineering, archaeology , geography and computer science. He considers these knowledges as an approach to understand buildings in an archaeological context. The work include development of informatic models and tools, to be used in heritage architecture study, such as its construction, valorization, conservation, methods of restoration and environment influence.

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  • Modeling and texturing method of Chateau Comtal of Carcassonne

    Modeling and texturing method of Chateau Comtal of Carcassonne

    Short film showing the animation of modeling and texturing method at Chateau Comtal of Carcassonne.  How phototextures are applied to models.  

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  • Early Start Programme in Irish Archaeology at University College Cork

    Early Start Programme in Irish Archaeology at University College Cork

    The Early Start programmes — which are unique to University College Cork — are designed to give Visiting Students a pre-session introduction to Ireland and Irish Studies. The longest-established programme is that in Irish Archaeology. The course runs for four weeks from late August after which students join standard classes that run until mid-December. Some students choose to return in the spring to spend a full academic year at UCC. The Early Start in Irish Archaeology provides students with a […]

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  • Archaeology Early Start – Student Interview

    Archaeology Early Start – Student Interview

    Early Start Programme in Irish Archaeology at University College Cork, Ireland The Early Start programmes — which are unique to University College Cork — are designed to give Visiting Students a pre-session introduction to Ireland and Irish Studies. The Early Start in Irish Archaeology provides students with a wonderful introduction to Ireland’s culture, history and landscapes. Students of Anthropology and Archaeology gain a unique insight into Archaeology as practiced in Europe and find the material and the approach taken to […]

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  • Mass Viking Decapitations

    Viking Apocalypse National Geographic : THU DEC 22 2012 http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/channel/ What violent event caused this many beheadings?

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  • Alderney Roman Fort Ramparts 2011

    Alderney Roman Fort Ramparts 2011

    360 Production:  Alderney Roman Fort Ramparts An overgrown site on Alderney has been found to be one of the best-preserved Roman military structures in the world. Island tradition had long suggested the site, known as the Nunnery, dated back to Roman times, although excavations since the 1930s had always proved inconclusive. A joint project between Guernsey Museums and the Alderney Society was set up in 2008 to find the answers.

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  • Cosmeston 2011: The Movie

    Cosmeston 2011: The Movie

    Cardiff University Department of Archaeology and Conservation is proud to bring you the official movie of the 2011 excavation at Cosmeston Medieval Manor. This exciting 17 minute odyssey takes you behind the scenes and beneath the ground to show you the latest discoveries at one of South Wales’ most important and unique heritage attractions. Written and directed by Cardiff undergraduates Robert Barrett and Tom Durbin we guarantee that you will enjoy this more than Time Team. Editor: Robert Barrett. http://www.youtube.com/plutonchannel […]

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  • Archaeologists get their hands dirty.

    Archaeologists get their hands dirty.

    Shortfilm for the ARC Filmfestival.  

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  • University of Ghent UAV archaeology

    University of Ghent UAV archaeology

    This movie gives a short introduction into the operating principles of the two UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) deployed by Ghent University to acquire the necessary aerial imagery for creating 3D reconstructions of archaeological interest (excavations, standing structures, landscapes, etc.)  

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  • Kerry Murrell on the archaeological finds at Whittlesey

    Kerry Murrell on the archaeological finds at Whittlesey

    Kerry Murrell from the Cambridge Archaeological Unit on the archaeological finds at Whittlesey The extraordinary find at Hanson’s quarry in Must Farm, Whittlesey, has doubled the total of Bronze Age logboats found in the UK. One of the logboats could date from as long ago as 1300BC – making it the oldest ever discovered. Swords, spears, fish weirs and eel traps have also been found in the ancient water course, which runs along the southern ends of the Flag Fen […]

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  • The archaeological finds at Must Farm, Whittlesey

    The archaeological finds at Must Farm, Whittlesey

    The archaeological finds at Hansons Must Farm, Whittlesey The extraordinary find at Hanson’s quarry in Must Farm, Whittlesey, has doubled the total of Bronze Age logboats found in the UK. One of the logboats could date from as long ago as 1300BC – making it the oldest ever discovered. Swords, spears, fish weirs and eel traps have also been found in the ancient water course, which runs along the southern ends of the Flag Fen Basin. It is home to […]

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  • Servilia curses Caesar and Atia

    Servilia curses Caesar and Atia

    Servilia of the Junii casts ancient Roman curses (defixiones) on Julius Caesar and his niece, Atia of the Julii. She calls on the gods of the underworld to crush Caesar and Atia. She offers them to the “gods of the inferno”, naming specifically their body parts being offered. There is evidence of spells like these used throughout the empire, found on rolls of lead, as you see Servilia’s slave depositing at the house of Atia. Note the listing of specific […]

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  • Photogrammetry – Explaining ‘working shots’ in 3D

    Photogrammetry – Explaining ‘working shots’ in 3D

    A quick and dirty video demonstrating how photogrammetry can be used for working shots taken in 5 minutes or less.

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  • Remixing Çatalhoyuk Intro

    Remixing Çatalhoyuk Intro

    For more than a decade, archaeologists and scholars have gathered in central Turkey to explore the remains of the 9,000-year-old village of Çatalhöyük. First excavated in the 1960s, Çatalhöyük became world-famous for its dense architecture and spectacular wall decorations. Between 1997 and 2003, a team from the University of California Berkeley worked intensively on one building there, bringing to light the life history of a Neolithic home. Remixing Çatalhöyük features the investigations and discoveries of the BACH team, who invites […]

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