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A R E A ARchives of European Archaeology. A research network dedicated to the history of archaeology, with particular emphasis on the archives of the discipline, their promotion and preservation. AREA I- II. participating projects. Belgium Service de Préhistoire, Université de Liège

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a r e a archives of european archaeology
A R E AARchives of European Archaeology

A research network dedicated to the history of archaeology,

with particular emphasis on the archives of the discipline,

their promotion and preservation

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AREA I- II

participating projects

  • Belgium
    • Service de Préhistoire, Université de Liège
  • France
    • Departement des monnaies, médailles et antiques, Bibliothèque nationale de France
    • Ministère de la Culture, sous-direction de l\'archéologie
    • Musée des antiquités nationales au Musée de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
    • Archives nationales
  • Germany
    • Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin
  • Greece
    • Δ/νση Αρχείου Μνημείων & Δημοσιευμάτων, ΥΠ.ΠΟ.
  • Italy
    • Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”
  • Netherlands
    • Archeologisch Diensten Centrum (Bunschoten)
    • Rijksdienst voor het OudheidkundingBodemonderzoek
  • Spain
    • Centro Andaluz de Arqueología Ibérica, Universidad de Jaén
  • Sweden
    • Department of Archaeology, Göteborg University
  • UK
    • MacDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge
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participating projects

AREA III

  • Belgium
    • Department of History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  • France
    • Institut national d\'histoire de l\'art (INHA), Paris
  • Germany
    • Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte und Archäologie des Mittelalters, Freiburg University
  • Greece
    • Archive of Monuments, Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Athens
  • Ireland
    • Department of Archaeology, University College Cork
  • Poland
    • Poznan Archaeological Museum, Poznan
  • Spain
    • Centro Andaluz de Arqueología Ibérica, Universidad de Jaén
    • Patronato de la Alhambra y Generalife, Granada
  • Sweden
    • Department of Archaeology, Göteborg University
  • UK
    • Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford
    • The Butrint Foundation, London / University of East Anglia
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aims

  • To encourage research on the history of archaeology.
  • To study, catalogue and help preserve the main archives bearing on the heritage of the discipline.
  • To investigate the interrelations between thedevelopment of archaeology and the formation of cultural and political identities.
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dual track

research

documentation

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The Archives

  • Museums and Archaeological Collections
  • Antiquarian Archives
  • Universities and Research Centres
  • Archives of Libraries
  • State and Public Archives
  • Church Archives
  • Local Archives
  • Private Archives
  • Excavation reports and field notes
  • Descriptions of artifacts
  • Photographs, sketches, maps
  • Exhibition notes and catalogues
  • Correspondence
  • Administrative documents

Types of Material

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Temporal Scope

  • from the Paleolithic
  • to the present day

Geographic Scope

  • Europe
  • and beyond
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dual track

research

documentation

dissemination

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AREA on the web

http://www.area-archives.org/

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Research Resources

  • The Archival Database
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the database

  • Organised according to the ISAD standard
  • Access implementation for local use
  • Web implementation using ASP
  • Currently contains:
    • over 3000 records, representing
    • 350 repositories in 10 countries
    • descriptions ranging from archival fonts to items
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Research Resources

  • The Archival Database
  • The Antiquarian Bibliography
  • Hosted Databases
  • Virtual Exhibitions
  • Internet Links
  • Bibliography
  • Academic course material
  • Publications
  • Discussion Forum
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Resources for Archaeological Archives

  • Guidelines for organising and describing archives
  • First-aid for archives
  • Network/connectivity between archives and experts
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standardisation

  • structure of information
  • indexing - keywords - thesauri
  • language
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interoperability

  • dedicated portals
  • metadata
  • multilingual thesauri
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