The highly successful Százhalombatta Training Week that has been taking place every year since 1997 was organised jointly in 2004 by Matrica Museum (Százhalombatta, Hungary) and Archaeolingua Foundation between 27 September and 2 October 2004, with the title of “Archaeological and Cultural Heritage Preservation within the Light of New Technologies”. This was made possible with the financial and organisational support of EPOCH. The workshop took place in the first Archaeological Park of Hungary, where an Iron Age burial mound has been preserved in situ, and the Iron and Bronze Age settlement units are presented within the context of a reconstructed environment.
International conferences that are organised on Information Technology (IT) solutions in archaeology and heritage preservation are mostly out of bounds for participants from Central and Eastern Europe, for the simple reason that the registration costs are usually much too high. Moreover, the curriculum in Hungarian universities does not include subjects on IT technologies – which is a huge deficiency for future archaeologists and researchers alike. Therefore, the workshop tried to fill in this gap by giving an introduction into the various IT methods that can be applied in archaeological and cultural heritage
preservation – from the widest possible perspective. The present volume - second within the EPOCH Lecture Notes series - gives an overview of the issues that had been discussed during the workshop.
A kötet adatai:
Kiadás éve: 2006
Terjedelem: 150 oldal
EPOCH: European Excellence on Cultural Heritage ICT Applications
Soils as Documents of the Interaction Between Man and Environment
Late Pleistocene and Holocene Climatic and Environmental Changes
Palynological Research: a Useful/Unavoidable Key for Environmental Archaeology
Are “Autochthonous” Animal Breeds Living Monuments?
The Role of Archaeo-Ornithology in Environmental and Animal History Studies
Historical Plant-Biodiversity in the Carpathian Basin
The Protection of Cultural Heritage by Legislative Methods in Hungary
The Medieval Royal Seat and Forest at Visegrád A Proposed World Heritage Site and its Heritage Aspects
The Visegrád World Heritage Project: Problems and Tasks
The Concept of Archaeological Presentation Sites and Visitor Centres in Hungary
Erzsébet Jerem – Zsolt Vasáros – Gábor Kállay – Zsolt Mester
IT Documentation and GIS in Archaeology: a Case Study
Using Archaeological GIS in Zala County
István Eke – Tibor Frankovics – Judit Kvassay
Use of Informatics at the Százhalombatta Tell Excavation
Ildikó Poroszlai – Magdolna Vicze – Dániel Fűköh
Angkor GIS, RS & Radar – Pioneering Contribution of Hungary to “Archaeology from Space”
Three Dimensional Visualization and Virtual Reality in the Research and Interpretation of Archaeological Data
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