The Archaeology Data Service (ADS) is the only accredited digital repository for heritage data in the UK. The ADS has over 20 years of experience safeguarding digital data and ensuring its accessibility for re-use.

Anglos Saxon Stone Sculpture Image

November 2017: AHRC grant win for the Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture

The ADS is pleased to announce its involvement in the newly funded Worked in Stone initiative to complete the seminal Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture. Worked in Stone, led by Professor Dame Rosemary Cramp and Professor Sarah Semple, brings together an outstanding interdisciplinary team from five UK universities to deliver comprehensive analysis in a consistent format, on monument form, stone type, decoration and style,
location and date with contextual chapters and 1000s of additional, freely available images
on the Anglo-Saxon worked stone of England.

OAFund Winner

October 2017: Meet the Open Access Archaeology Award Winner!

To mark the 2017 Open Access week, we thought it would be a good time to introduce the winner of our first Open Access Archaeology fund award (decided on after much deliberation and consideration by the panel of 3 independent judges). Chris Whittaker carried out a survey at Breedon on the Hill, a multi-period hilltop site, as part of his undergraduate dissertation at Newcastle University. After graduating he worked outside archaeology in the technology sector. However conscious that his data was potentially at risk,
he applied to the fund to help preserve the data and publish his findings.

ARCHAIDE

October 2017: ArchAIDE Discussion Workshop York

As the ArchAIDE project enters its second year, we would like to invite feedback from the research community on the direction of the project, and the development of the ArchAIDE app. Please join us in York for this discussion workshop, which will introduce the ArchAIDE project, and the prototype workflow for the ArchAIDE app, along with underlying topics and technologies for the classification of pottery in archaeology.

September 2017: Discovering England's Burial Spaces

Discovering England's Burial Spaces (DEBS), is a community led burial space research project, bringing together the ADS, Historic England and the Digital Creativity Labs, to develop and pilot a national database for burial spaces. The DEBS project will provide skills to new groups to improve access to the history and archaeology of their local area, whilst also building a national picture of our communal past. Find out more about the project here .

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