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Artefacts© 'Encyclopédie en ligne des petits objets archéologiques'
"Bassin à anses mobiles, dont les extrémités pivotent dans une applique en forme de tête, surmontant une palmette : visage juvénile, aux traits épatés, dont les cheveux encadrant la face en deux masses arrondies semblent pris dans un filet"
Tempio C di Selinunte: 'Hand Made 3d Modelling for the Reconstructive Study' F. Gabellone - CNR Istituto per i Beni Archeologici e Monumentali, Lecce, Italy. 'Hand Made 3d Modelling for the Reconstructive Study of Temple C in Selinunte'.
Çatalhöyük.Excavations of a Neolithic Anatolian Höyük Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Excavations of a Neolithic Anatolian Höyük. Corner installation in Building 77
Wessex Archaeology: Saxon amber beads Cliffs End Farm: Wessex Archaeology Ltd. was commissioned by Millwood Designer Homes to excavate land at Cliffs End Farm, Ramsgate. Earlier investigations had shown that the site had been occupied during the Early and Late Bronze Age (2400-700BC) and again in the Early Saxon period (AD 410-650).
The New Acropolis Museum of Athens The Acropolis Museum is an archaeological site-specific museum, housing the most famous works of classical antiquity. These works are artistic expressions of a deep political change that transformed the ancient city of Athens during the 5th century BC, subsequently marking entire eras from antiquity to modernity. Credit Nikos Daniilidis
Brooklyn Museum Archives: Goodyear Archival Collection 52 Archaeological Museum of Naples 1895. Corridor of the Masterpieces. Brooklyn Museum Archives. Goodyear Archival Collection.
Brooklyn Museum Archives. Goodyear Archival Collection 56 Naples - Museum, 'Hall of small bronzes, stove and ewers from Pompeii'.
The entire Goodyear Archival Collection can also be found on the Brooklyn Museum Web site.
Brooklyn Museum Archives: Goodyear Archival Collection 105 Baths of Stabiae, Pompeii, 1895.
The entire Goodyear Archival Collection can also be found on the Brooklyn Museum Web site. This photo is part of The Commons on

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As As the previous versions, this new 04 version of the 'Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology' is configured as an added value presentation portal for the linked ‘JIIA Eprints Repository’ (Open Access Repository OAI-PMH compliant).
bt_cahors_jiiaHowever, to keep up with the times it has now also become a 'BRIDGE' between free access to scientific research, mediated by the OAI-PMH protocol, and the more traditional way of spreading knowledge through the irreplaceable channels of prestigious printed publications.

We firmly believe that through the ‘JIIA Eprints Repository’ it is necessary to promote free knowledge, which spreads faster, and based on which new knowledge can develop just as rapidly, which is now a normal and consolidated procedure in the last few decades in the highest level scientific fields.
The and PLOS Public Library of Science are the most authoritative proof of this.
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This new portal is now also a vehicle for promoting printed books, a permanent research tool. Prestigious international publishers and distributors have joined this knowledge promotion initiative, as well as promoting extremely authoritative and eminent scholars. These works will be used for presentations and subject to reviews for the sole purpose of communicating knowledge of their contents, or even the awareness that they exist. However, our wish to be among the most important promoters of any initiative that contemplates the diffusion of an enormous critical mass of data regarding archaeological research remains unchanged. Unfortunately, it won’t spread to certain countries because it will only be available in a few languages that are not widespread. However, they are languages that are living proof of certain civilizations, at the very heart of peoples with thousands of years of history, which we unconditionally praise.
Our dream objective, the ‘JIIADREAM’, which is a destination our humble journey as travelling pilgrims aims to reach, is a long way off. It is a dream which could become a reality, through research which can be thoroughly exploited when it is diffused and communicated. This can also be carried out through alternative channels, and at the same time as the publishing of editions in their original national languages from more widespread languages, which is synonymous with a wider spreading of knowledge!

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