Fieldnotes: Digital Resources

A permanent list of digital resources in archaeology and related fields.

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Gordion is one of the most important sites of the ancient world. It is known primarily as the political and cultural capital of the Phrygians, a people who dominated much of central Anatolia during the early first millennium BCE. With its monumental Phrygian architecture, an extensive destruction level dating to around 800 BCE, and a series of wealthy tombs belonging to Phrygian royalty and other elites, Gordion is the premier archaeological type-site for Phrygian civilization. As such, it is on a par with Athens, Rome, Pompeii, the Hittite capital at Hattusha, and Babylon in elucidating for us the material achievements of an ancient civilization.
Hasanlu Tepe is a large, mounded archaeological site in the Azarbaijan Province of northwestern Iran near the southern shore of Lake Urmia. 
Hattusas/Boğazköy is an investigation of Hittite Culture in the former capital of the Hittite kingdom. 
The archaeological programme aims at increasing the knowledge of the settlement through both archaeological excavations, surveys, and the use of new technologies (e.g. geophysical survey, GIS, remote sensing, etc.). 
Excavations carried out at Kerkenes. 
The Kinet Höyük project is examining the economic subsistence strategies of a small eastern Mediterranean harbor over a long chronological perspective.
Ancient city located about 70 km south of Rhodes. 
Kythera Island Project (KIP) is an inter-disciplinary research programme that investigates the long-term cultural and natural dynamics of insularity on the Aegean island of Kythera, Greece.