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Artefacts© 'Encyclopédie en ligne des petits objets archéologiques'
"Bassin à anses mobiles, dont les extrémités pivotent dans une applique en forme de tête, surmontant une palmette : visage juvénile, aux traits épatés, dont les cheveux encadrant la face en deux masses arrondies semblent pris dans un filet"
Tempio C di Selinunte: 'Hand Made 3d Modelling for the Reconstructive Study' F. Gabellone - CNR Istituto per i Beni Archeologici e Monumentali, Lecce, Italy. 'Hand Made 3d Modelling for the Reconstructive Study of Temple C in Selinunte'.
Çatalhöyük.Excavations of a Neolithic Anatolian Höyük Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Excavations of a Neolithic Anatolian Höyük. Corner installation in Building 77
Wessex Archaeology: Saxon amber beads Cliffs End Farm: Wessex Archaeology Ltd. was commissioned by Millwood Designer Homes to excavate land at Cliffs End Farm, Ramsgate. Earlier investigations had shown that the site had been occupied during the Early and Late Bronze Age (2400-700BC) and again in the Early Saxon period (AD 410-650).
The New Acropolis Museum of Athens The Acropolis Museum is an archaeological site-specific museum, housing the most famous works of classical antiquity. These works are artistic expressions of a deep political change that transformed the ancient city of Athens during the 5th century BC, subsequently marking entire eras from antiquity to modernity. Credit Nikos Daniilidis
Brooklyn Museum Archives: Goodyear Archival Collection 52 Archaeological Museum of Naples 1895. Corridor of the Masterpieces. Brooklyn Museum Archives. Goodyear Archival Collection.
Brooklyn Museum Archives. Goodyear Archival Collection 56 Naples - Museum, 'Hall of small bronzes, stove and ewers from Pompeii'.
The entire Goodyear Archival Collection can also be found on the Brooklyn Museum Web site.
Brooklyn Museum Archives: Goodyear Archival Collection 105 Baths of Stabiae, Pompeii, 1895.
The entire Goodyear Archival Collection can also be found on the Brooklyn Museum Web site. This photo is part of The Commons on Flickr.com

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Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology (JIIA) online since 10 october 2003 (static site in HTML 4.01, now called Version 01, URL: http://v01.jiia.it/index.html), then shaped as Archaeological Disciplinary Repository aligned with Open Access Initiative Protocol (OAI-PMH), is a container of resources in perspective of Open Knowledge, Open Content, Digital Libraries; it is made up of a presentation portal (http://www.jiia.it, now Version 04/september 2009 (previous version 03/february 2007 http://v03.jiia.it/); at the beginning of 2005 the value-added presentation portal was an other layout now called Version 02, which was developed through an open source Content Management System, URL: http://v02.jiia.it/) and of an Open Access Repository (http://eprints.jiia.it:8080/), specialized in archaeological research.
At the beginning it was JIIA MyOpia Repository (URL : http://myopia.jiia.it/) implemented at the start of the year 2005, with the open source software Myopia, OAI-PMH, that was developed by the University College London UCL, for the collection of research of that institution, and now the JIIA Eprints Repository (since 4 april 2006), first Open Access Archaeological Disciplinary Repository in Italy and among the first in the world with resources full-text, aligned to OAI-PMH protocol, in archaeology subject.
The scientists usually put into Open Archives to make freely accessibile your research (physicists, scientists, etc.), the archaeologists instead are very different from others scientists because they don’t disseminate online their research (http://www.openarchives.org/).
The Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting, OAI-PMH, is a low-barrier mechanism for repository interoperability.  Data Providers are repositories that expose structured metadata via OAI-PMH. Service Providers then make OAI-PMH service requests to harvest that metadata. OAI-PMH is a set of six verbs or services that are invoked within HTTP.
In this architecture ‘JIIA Eprints Repository’ is a Data Provider
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The project Open Access to Archaeological Research consists in doing an intercultural archaeology, in perspective of development, promotion and diffusion of scientific archaeological culture. Our first aim is to commission and collect in the JIIA Eprints Repository (made with an open source software Eprints, developed at the School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK, by a team of developers headed by Christopher Gutteridge) translations of archaeological studies and researches (pre-prints or post-prints with metadata) of researchers of east Europe, of Near East, and of others countries of the Mediterranean basin, from their original language, very little known, to english to maximize their research ('JIIAdream Project'). Project's hinge obviously will be Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology (acronym JIIA) and related JIIA Eprints Repository.

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