Full Spectrum Notes 2019.05.27 | By Helen Wong, B.A. (Brandeis University, 2019) Exploring the applications of 3D scanning to archaeological analysis has been a primary research area for OpenARCHEM’s Digital Modeling and Programming (DMP) team. An opportunity for us to pursue this research arose through a case study centering around a set of Cypriot Base … More Ancient Hands at Work: 3D Scanning for Use Patterns on Cypriot “Bilbils” in Late Bronze Age Egypt
Full Spectrum Communication 2018.10.16 | By K. J. Birney and A. J. Koh A Tale of Two Resins The styrax esteemed next to the above-named growths comes from Pisidia, Side, Cyprus and Cilicia, and that from Crete is rated lowest…In every nation a red colour and sticky consistency are preferred, and styrax that is brown and covered … More Adventures in Storax
Come back on October 1st when we officially launch our new initiative at OpenARCHEM, a micro-publication platform, Full Spectrum! It will feature short articles by team members and collaborators covering a wide range of topics related to archaeometry and the project as a whole. Keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook for the announcement … More Introducing Full Spectrum
Co-Editors: Kate Birney and Andrew Koh Co-Managing Editors: Anna Krohn and Helen Wong Our new online journal, Full Spectrum, features a range of short articles (“micro-publications”) by OpenARCHEM team members and collaborators, highlighting ongoing transdisciplinary research and exciting new developments in organic residue analysis and in the reconstruction of ancient commercial, social, or palaeoecological networks. … More Welcome to Full Spectrum: Micro-Publications from OpenARCHEM!