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Digital Technology in Comparative Studies

Author(s): Catherine Alston

Year: 2005

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Summary

Conducting comparative archaeological studies is a trend that has developed over the past few decades, and with each project the concept and methodologies become more and more robust. In doing such comparative projects, digital technologies are essential for a successful study. Due to a comprehensive database set and the ability to spatially map the material culture recovered at the sites, the project “A Comparative Archaeological Study of Colonial Chesapeake Culture” is proving to be a powerful tool to improving our understanding of human behavior in the Colonial Chesapeake.


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Digital Technology in Comparative Studies. Catherine Alston. 2005 ( tDAR id: 6091) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8KD1W9X


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Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1600 to 1700


Spatial Coverage

min long: -77.498; min lat: 36.633 ; max long: -75.41; max lat: 39.368 ;

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