The aim of the project is to contribute to the development of a complex information system of archaeological data within the Institute of Archeology, Prague. Digitalisation of substantial parts of the primary documentation of archaeological field research (both of some old excavations and the current ones) is planned as well as its interconnection with a geographical information system and bibliographical data. The significance of these efforts may be seen in (a) the rescue of some extremely important documents which have been seriously damaged by the flood in 2002; (b) protection of other documents against any other future danger; (c) the development of appropriate methods of digital data acquisition, storage and use for various research goals; (d) the establishement of an information system on the intranet of the Institute, with the short-term perspective of its transformation into a internet solution.
Ditital Archive of Czech Archaeology
• (Principal) Investigator:
PhDr. Martin Kuna, CSc.
• identification number:
GA AS CR
methodology, digitalization, data archives, Bohemia