The project embraces three scales of data collection in archaeology–landscape, site and artefact–exploring them via four increasingly ubiquitous technologies for data capture: airborne LiDAR, 3D scanning, digital field drawing and photography. Alongside novel workflows for field, post-excavation and archival practice, TEtrARCHs will produce the world’s first controlled vocabulary for cultural heritage storytelling, the first assessments of data reuse effectiveness following ISO Standard 25022: Measurement of Quality in Use, and the first best practice recommendations for trusted digital repositories to optimise archaeological data for re-use.
Project leader: prof. dr. Rimvydas Laužikas
Project duration: from 2022 October until 2025 September
CHANSE (Collaboration of Humanities and Social Sciences in Europe) project, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania (LMTLT)