Dies Archaeologiae


Dies Archaeologiae est internationalis res annua, per horas viginti quattuor habita, cum archaeologi et eruditi camporum coniunctorum proposita blog de suis operibus per interrete patefaciunt. Res a Die Humanitatum Digitalium inspirata est,[1] similiterque sinit ut exercitatores multorum generum sua opera haud sollemni more divulgent et "prospectum vitarum quotidianarum archaeologorum per omnem orbem terrarum suppeditent."[2][3] Hic dies, quamquam diversitatem contra proposita thematica invitat, propositum aliquantulum Diei Actionis Blog simile est.

Summa rerum


Annus Dies Numerus participum Numerus civitatum Numerus propositorum
2013 26 Iulii 1067 Ignotus 329
2012 29 Iunii > 300 Ignotus 343
2011 27 Iulii > 400 Ignotus 429
2014 11 Iulii

Fontes:[3][4][5]

Notae


  1. Day of Archaeology: Project Background, 2013; accessum 19 Aprilis 2013.
  2. Anglice: "provide a window into the daily lives of archaeologists from all over the world."
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Day of Archaeology: About the Project" . 2013 
  4. Richardson, Lorna (2012-05-30). "UCL Centre for Digital Humanities: Day of Archaeology 2012"  
  5. The Day of Archaeology Team (1 August 2013). "Wrapping Up the Day of Archaeology 2013"  

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