Bronze Age Greece

Bronze Age Greece

CLCV 214  •  Bryan Burns

Screen capture from a student project for Bronze Age Greece.

In Bryan Burns’ course “Bronze Age Greece”, students study the archaeology of early civilization by considering artifacts in their cultural context.

This semester we have employed several forms of digital mapping to explore the spatial distribution of material evidence in relation to core topics such as social hierarchies, economic interaction, and technological innovations. Individual projects have compared the flexibility and constraints of several applications, including TimeMapper and Google Maps. Working as a group, we have built up a collection of core artifacts in an Omeka database and will experiment with analytical mapping at different scales in final projects that employ Neatline

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