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Title: Bioarchaeology Module Loading Please Hold. Recording Human Bioarchaeological Data from Portuguese Archaeological Field Reports
Authors: Seabra, Ana Lema 
Neto, Filipa Mascarenhas
Cruz, Cristina Barroso 
Editors: Matsumoto, Mieko
Uleberg, Espen
Keywords: human remains; archaeological interventions; grey literature; databases
Issue Date: Apr-2016
Publisher: Archaeopress
Serial title, monograph or event: 44th Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology - CAA2016: Oceans of Data
Place of publication or event: Oxford
Abstract: The Bioarchaeology Module as part of the Endovélico database maintained by the General Directorate for Cultural Heritage (DGPC) holds the record of archaeological and bioanthropological data. While primarily directed towards heritage management it has the potential to become a valuable tool to research by constituting a complementary record to the written archaeological field reports, making them more accessible for research. The poster communication aimed to expose the particular case of entering data into a database pertaining to information concerning archaeological human remains in archived Anthropological and Bioarchaeological Reports. These not only cover a wide scope of chronological periods and territorial space but also, as the main archaeological archive of Portuguese archaeological grey literature, it has a diverse collection of documentation from early 20th century reports to the present day. We explore the issues brought on by terminology, data and the reports themselves and explore how these might be addressed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/100074
ISBN: 9781784917319
Rights: openAccess
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