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Delphi4Delphi: first results of the digital archaeology initiative for ancient Delphi, Greece

  • Ioannis Liritzis (a1), George Pavlidis (a2), Spyros Vosynakis (a3), Anestis Koutsoudis (a2), Pantelis Volonakis (a1), Nikos Petrochilos (a4), Matthew D. Howland (a5), Brady Liss (a5) and Thomas E. Levy (a5)...
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Digital media and learning initiatives for virtual collaborative environments are contributing to the definition of new (sub-)disciplines in archaeological and heritage sciences. New nomenclature and terminology is emerging such as cyber archaeology, cyber archaeometry, virtual worlds and augmented and immersive realities; and all of them are related to museums and cultural heritage—tangible, intangible or natural (Forte 2010; Liritzis et al. 2015).

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