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J. Hamesse (ed.), Méthodologies informatiques et nouveaux horizons dans les recherches médiévales. Actes du Colloque international de Saint-Paul-de-Vence 3–5 septembre 1990 organisé par la Société Internationale pour l' Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale en collaboration avec la firme UNISYS. Brepols, 1992.

J. Hamesse (ed.), Méthodologies informatiques et nouveaux horizons dans les recherches... The section is intended to cover a wide range of literature related to history and computing and related subjects. Review articles as well as reviews ofindividual works will appear. Material for review and items of correspondence relating to reviews should be sent to the Review Editor, Dr Peter Denley, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University ofLondon, Mile End Road, London El 4NS. e-mail:p.r.denley @ qmw.ac.uk Computer und Archäologie, edited by Oliver Stoll. Computer und Antike, Band III, St. Katharinen, 1994. 173 pp. + 59 b & w fig.s. ISBN 3-928134-85-X. DM 36.00. This volume consists of eight contributions from projects lying within the general area of classical archaeology, all of which have made diverse use of Information Technology, with varying degrees of success. The contributors are based in Switzerland, Austria and southern Germany, and they are concerned with both European and Mediterranean sites. As a collection, they are united by their attempts, with greater or lesser success, to utilise Information Technology in the pursuit of the recording, organising and analysis of data. Erath and Maier-Maidl usefully review existing databanks available to classical archaeologists. It is difficult to overestimate the potential usefulness of such online resources, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing Edinburgh University Press

J. Hamesse (ed.), Méthodologies informatiques et nouveaux horizons dans les recherches médiévales. Actes du Colloque international de Saint-Paul-de-Vence 3–5 septembre 1990 organisé par la Société Internationale pour l' Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale en collaboration avec la firme UNISYS. Brepols, 1992.

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Edinburgh University Press
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Copyright © Edinburgh University Press
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1753-8548
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10.3366/hac.1995.7.3.163
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The section is intended to cover a wide range of literature related to history and computing and related subjects. Review articles as well as reviews ofindividual works will appear. Material for review and items of correspondence relating to reviews should be sent to the Review Editor, Dr Peter Denley, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University ofLondon, Mile End Road, London El 4NS. e-mail:p.r.denley @ qmw.ac.uk Computer und Archäologie, edited by Oliver Stoll. Computer und Antike, Band III, St. Katharinen, 1994. 173 pp. + 59 b & w fig.s. ISBN 3-928134-85-X. DM 36.00. This volume consists of eight contributions from projects lying within the general area of classical archaeology, all of which have made diverse use of Information Technology, with varying degrees of success. The contributors are based in Switzerland, Austria and southern Germany, and they are concerned with both European and Mediterranean sites. As a collection, they are united by their attempts, with greater or lesser success, to utilise Information Technology in the pursuit of the recording, organising and analysis of data. Erath and Maier-Maidl usefully review existing databanks available to classical archaeologists. It is difficult to overestimate the potential usefulness of such online resources,

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International Journal of Humanities and Arts ComputingEdinburgh University Press

Published: Jan 1, 1995

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