Digital approaches to investigating space and place in Classical Studies

Barker, Elton; Palladino, Chiara and Gordin, Shai (2024). Digital approaches to investigating space and place in Classical Studies. The Classical Review (Early access).

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0009840X23002858

Abstract

The methods and applications represented by the description ‘a spatial analysis through digital technology’ are wide-ranging and diverse. In this specially commissioned review article, we discuss tools, such as GIS and other mapping software, and practices of annotation and geo-resolution, as well as the emerging technology of Linked Open Data. Throughout, we highlight scholarship, projects and initiatives that best illustrate how an ever-expanding set of geospatial tools and methods are offering new ways of viewing and experiencing ancient places.

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A review of the literature on ideas of space and place in the ancient world that uses digital technology.

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