Name Description

ADS Library The ADS Library brings together material from the British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB), the ADS library of unpublished fieldwork reports as well as documents from the ADS archives and archaeological publishers such as Oxbow.

Aerial Photographs - Ashmolean Museum Major George Allen (1891-1940) was one of the first people in Oxfordshire to own an aeroplane - a De Haviland Puss Moth, named 'Maid of the Mist'. He flew extensively across Southern Engand, and other areas, taking aerial photographs from 1933 until 1939.

Archaeological Data Service (ADS) Supporting research, learning and teaching with free, high quality and dependable digital resources

Archaeology in Europe Educational Resources Educational Resources for European Archaeology

Archaeology in Europe News Archaeological news from the Archaeology in Europe web site

Archaeological Photo Spheres Website The primary purpose of this site is to provide a series of links to archaeological photo spheres. It is also hoped that the site might encourage people to take their own photospheres of archaeological sites.

Archaeological Recording Kit An open source solution to project recording.

BAJR Software A range of useful software resources for archaeologists

BASP Air Photo AirPhoto makes orthophotos from scanned extreme obliques and superimposes scanned maps on them in various ways.

Bonn Archaeological Software Package The Bonn Archaeological Software Package (BASP) is a non-profit software project for and by archaeologists which has been developed cooperatively since 1973

Britain from Above Britain from Above presents the unique Aerofilms collection of aerial photographs

British Archaeological and Antiquarian Collections Online British archaeological and antiquarian material held by the Ashmolean forms a rare physical testament of early archaeological activity in Britain from the late 17th to mid-20th centuries.

CBA Online archaeological resources The Council for British Archaeology publishes and hosts a range of online resources and databases for archaeology

The Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR) Broadening the access to archaeological data through simple search and browse functionality.

Drones and Archaeology Archaeological applications with a DJI Phantom 4 for mapping, 3D imaging and aerial photography.

Drones for Heritage Uses Drones provide a useful low-level aerial platform for recording historic buildings, monuments, archaeological sites and landscapes. They can carry a wide variety of sensors including cameras, multi/hyperspectral imaging units, and even laser scanners.

Drones for research: Use of the UAV in archaeology Drones are proving to be powerful new tools to archaeologists for documenting excavation, mapping landscapes and identifying buried features.

Google Earth Explore the far reaches of the world, right in your browser.

Map Maker Map Maker 4 is software for professionals who need to make maps; people like foresters, estate managers, archaeologists, emergency services, ecologists, and many others.

Nabonidus Archaeological excavation data storage, analysis and manipulation.

OS OpenData Mapping data and geographic information from OS

PastScape PastScape is a quick and easy way to search over 420,000 records held in the National Record of the Historic Environment (NRHE). You'll find information on archaeological, architectural and maritime sites.

Portable Antiquities Scheme The Portable Antiquities Scheme is a DCMS funded project to encourage the voluntary recording of archaeological objects found by members of the public in England and Wales.

The Potential Futures of Drone Recording in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Drones have already made their mark in archaeology and cultural heritage recording by providing an easy alternative to traditional methods of low altitude aerial phtography

Processing UK Environment Agency LIDAR Data Tutorial Recently, the Environment Agency has released its LIDAR data to the public. This is not the first time that DEM (Digital Elevation Map) data has been released from free.

Snuffler - Freeware Geophysics Software Geophysics is a very important field in archaeology, especially now with the emphasis on non-destructive methods of recording archaeology favoured when sites are not under direct threat from development.

Stratify - Check and Layout of Stratigraphic Data Stratigraphy is a method for relative dating of archaeological contexts. The Harris diagram visualises the relative chronology of a site with a diagram that shows the contexts and their stratigraphic relationships. The aim of the program Stratify is to lay out the Harris diagram automatically, taking all the available information on chronology and groupings into account.

UK Government LIDAR data on the Internet This metadata record is for Approval for Access product AfA458. Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) is an airborne mapping technique, which uses a laser to measure the distance between the aircraft and the ground.

The Virtual World Project The Virtual World Project is a digital humanities project in the archaeology of Israel and Jordan. It utilizes interactive and virtual reality technologies to present tours of archaeological sites in Israel and Jordan from the Paleolithic through the Crusader and Late Islamic periods.

Visual Resources Colection - Princeton University Department of Art and Archaeology