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Research Group: Centre for Applied Archaeological Analyses

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The Centre's principal activities are focused in Archaeology where it provides a structure for research contract work undertaken by members of the discipline.

Group Overview

The study of animal remains and their environmental and cultural implications has been at the core of the Centre since 1994, and in 1997 the prehistoric ceramics and the geophysical survey sections were established. In addition to these groups, the Centre for Applied Archaeological Analyses (CAAA) can also offer the expertise of specialists in human osteology, lithic analysis, and CAD and GIS applications.

Members of the centre are involved in teaching of the MA in Ceramic and Lithic Analysis for Archaeologists and the MA in Osteoarchaeology.


Expertise in human osteology

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Related Projects

Related ProjectsStatusType
Human skeletons and society in prehistoric Italy - DormantDormant
'Inherent visibility' indices for archaeological landscapes - DormantDormant
Later prehistoric pottery collections register and bibliography - DormantDormant
Preliminary investigations at El Gandul, Seville Province, Andalucia (Cuidades Romanas project) - DormantDormant
Emergence of European communities project - DormantDormant
Identity and the life course in Islamic ÉcijaActive
Virtual reality in archaeologyActive
Quseir al-Qadim project - DormantDormant
Virtual reality and archaeological interpretation Active
Experiments in artefact abrasion - DormantDormant
St Laurence's Chapel - Bradford-on-Avon Active
Dating the origins and development of Palaeolithic cave painting in Europe by U-series disequilibriumActive
The Three Valleys survey project, Hampshire - DormantDormant
Television, the media and computer reconstructionActive
Zooarchaeology: Animals and human societies in the prehistoric and early historic Aegean - DormantDormant
Mobile computing - DormantDormant
Archaeological Computing Research GroupActive
Runnymede - DormantDormant
Stone in archaeology: towards a digital resource - DormantDormant
Negotiating Avebury project - DormantDormant
Urban connectivity project - DormantDormant
Lacustrine archaeology: potential indicators for recent crustal movements. A Swedish case study: Lake Vattern - DormantDormant
Geophysical and topographic surveying at Falerii Novi, LazioActive
Modelling of Scour around shipwrecks - DormantDormant
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