Digital archaeology

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Digital archaeology is the application of information technology and digital media to archaeology.[1][2] It includes the use of digital photography, laser scanning, augmented reality, and 3D printing, among other techniques.[3] Computational archaeology, which covers computer-based analytical methods, can be considered a subfield of digital archaeology, as can virtual archaeology.[4]

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  1. ^ Evans, Thomas Laurence; Daly, Patrick T. (2006). Digital Archaeology: Bridging Method and Theory. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415310482 – via Google Books. 
  2. ^ Morgan, Colleen; Eve, Stuart (2012-12-01). "DIY and digital archaeology: what are you doing to participate?". World Archaeology. 44 (4): 521–537. ISSN 0043-8243. doi:10.1080/00438243.2012.741810. 
  3. ^ Richter, Ashley (18 July 2014). "So What is Digital Archaeology?". Popular Archeology. Retrieved 2017-07-08. 
  4. ^ Zubrow, Ezra B. W. (2006). "Digital Archaeology: A historical context". In Evans, Thomas Laurence; Daly, Patrick T. Digital Archaeology: Bridging Method and Theory. London: Routledge. pp. 10–32. ISBN 9780415310482 – via Google Books.