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JournalEuropean Journal of Post-Classical Archaeologies
DatePublished - 2015
Volume5
Pages (from-to)285-298
Original languageEnglish

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Since its foundation in 1995, the e-journal Internet Archaeology has been exploring imaginative and novel methods of publishing online, but also of providing seamless access to underlying data archives. All its content is archived by the UK’s Archaeology Data Service (ADS), and articles and data are all freely available. This paper will discuss exemplars of integrated publications and archives, ranging from the award-winning LEAP (Linked E-Archives and Publications) project, to the more recent development of data papers. It provides some ground-breaking examples of new forms of archaeological dissemination and demonstrates the transformative impact of Internet Archaeology on the publication of archaeological research.

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