Gallery

The project gallery provides examples of some of the current and past implementations of ARK.

Thames Discovery Programme

Thames Discovery Programme

Evolving from the model used at the Prescot Street Excavations, L – P : Archaeology are continuing to work with the Thames Discovery Programme (TDP) and Museum of London Archaeology to create an extensive online resource on the archaeology of the Thames foreshore. The River Thames is the longest open-air archaeological site in London, and…

Villa Magna

Villa Magna

L – P : Archaeology are one of the collaborators on this international project, working in close conjunction with the University of Pennsylvania, the British School at Rome, and the Universita di Trieste. L – P : Archaeology formed an integral part of the excavation team. With remains ranging from the an Imperial Roman villa…

Chersonesos

Chersonesos

Chersonesos, in southern Crimea, Ukraine near modern Sevastopol, is a multi-phase site with major occupations that span the Greek, Roman and Byzantine periods as well as the Crimean and Second World Wars. The Institute of Classical Archaeology at the University of Texas at Austin have been collaborating with the National Preserve of Tauric Chersonesos there…

Fasti Online

Fasti Online

Fasti Online provides a database of archaeological excavation projects since the year 2000. The project originated in Italy, but now includes a further 9 countries. Effectively Fasti provides a national monuments record for these countries. It is delivered in 10+ languages. ARK provides a web based interface for both the public users and the site administrators.…

Prescot Street

Prescot Street

The site at 41 – 63 Prescot Street lies in the modern London Borough of Tower Hamlets, east of the City of London. The site was redeveloped during 2008 by Grange Hotels, and L – P : Archaeology excavated the site in advance of construction. The excavation of the site at Prescot Street ran between…

Portus Project

Portus Project

The Portus Project is an AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) funded project which analyses Roman Towns in the Middle and Lower Tiber Valley focussing on the site of Portus. The site covers the harbour environment around the Hexagonal basin of the Port of Trajan. ARK has been used on the project since September 2007…

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