Dominik Hagmann

Dominik Hagmann
ARDIG – Archäologischer Dienst GesmbH

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Master of Arts (MA)
Recently, I submitted my PhD-thesis on Roman rural landscapes in northern Noricum (today's Lower Austria).

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Introduction
I currently work on several archaeological projects as archaeologist of the Austrian archaeological service company ARDIG – Archäologischer Dienst GesmbH. Further, I teach as a lecturer at the Department of Evolutionary Anthropology at the University of Vienna. As an archaeologist focusing on the provincial Roman area, I am particularly interested in settlement and landscape studies in the broadest sense.
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February 2018 - January 2022
University of Vienna
Position
  • University Assistant
Description
  • Research and teaching (courses and lectures) on digital archaeology and (provincial) Roman archaeology
October 2017 - present
University of Vienna
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • At the Department of Evolutionary Anthropology, I currently give courses and lectures on digital methods practised at (bio-)archaeological excavations as well as theoretical and practical aspects of digital bioarchaeology, archaeothanatology and funerary archaeology/the archaeology of death.
March 2015 - January 2018
University of Vienna
Position
  • Scientific Staff Member
Education
January 2020 - March 2020
University of Chicago
Field of study
  • Classics (visiting student)
February 2018 - June 2022
University of Vienna
Field of study
  • Classical Archaeology
April 2014 - October 2017
University of Vienna
Field of study
  • Classical Archaeology

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German: Der Artikel behandelt das Dissertationsprojekt des Autors, welches die archäologischen Besiedlungsaktivitäten in einem genau definierten Untersuchungsgebiet im nördlichen (heute niederösterreichischen) Hinterland der ehemaligen römischen Provinz Noricum behandelt. Die Charakteristika der römerzeitlichen Besiedlung im Hinterland bestimmter T...
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What does the term 'Digital Archeology' exactly mean and how does it relate to the Digital Humanities? The paper wants to take up as well as critically address just that question and gives a short outlook on further considerations.
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German: Dieser Beitrag plädiert dafür, dass ein möglichst offen gehandhabter Zugang zur Digitalen Archäologie die Möglichkeit offeriert, die Nachteile digitalarchäologischer Arbeit – etwa das Entstehen einer digitalen Kluft oder auch der Anbruch eines dunklen digitalen Zeitalters – auszuräumen. Es wird vorgeschlagen, im Sinne von Open Science und e...
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The subject of this paper is a non-invasive investigation of the hinterland of the villa on the 'Haushamer Feld' near Pfaffing by means of a survey and a visibility analysis. After a short characterization of the site on the basis of published recent research conducted by Verena Gassner , the closer hinterland of the villa is treated in the context...
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In 2007, for the first time worldwide, more people lived in urban conurbations than in rural settlement structures. This advancing urbanization has dramatically altered the living situation, the use of space, as well as human behavior along with the health situation and disease burden. This process began in Europe as early as the 19th century, whil...
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In northern Noricum, especially the military sites directly along the Danube river at the Roman Limes are subject to ongoing scientific research and have therefore been excellently investigated. The sites of the rural hinterland, on the other hand, are, mainly in the area of today's Lower Austria, incomparably less and partly even only rudimentaril...
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From c. the 2nd half of the 1st cent. AD to 488 AD, Noricum formed part of the Roman Empire. While particular regions of this province (e.g., the limes zone) have been the focus of archaeological research for decades, in-depth analyses of other areas (i.e., the rural hinterland) often remain absent. This state of research applies especially to the...
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Often we find an inconspicuous sherd on the surface of a field; in scientific language, we speak of ceramic fragments, which can lead archaeologists to a site. Within the Austrian "Lange Nacht der Forschung" framework, such sherds should be classified together with visitors, and we try to illuminate the artifacts' possible archaeological context. W...
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In the castle of Traismauer, a picturesque city in the heart of Lower Austria at the mouth of the river Traisen into the Danube, the new exhibition ‘Treasures of Traismauer’ (’Traismaurer Schätze’) opened recently. Traismauer, ancient ‘Augustianis,’ was one of several Roman forts along the right bank of the Danube. With a chain of defensive buildin...
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In northern Noricum, especially the military sites directly along the Danube river at the Roman Limes/ripa Danuvii are continuously subject to scientific investigations and partly excellently worked up. On the other hand, the sites of the rural hinterland, mainly in the area of today's Lower Austria, are incomparably less and partly even only rudim...
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At the Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna, two dissertation projects are currently underway on rural life in the hinterland of the Norican Danube limes (today's Upper and Lower Austria). On the one hand, the research focuses on the rural settlement itself; on the other hand, the consumption and supply of animal products...
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The DAI research cluster "Body and Death" was founded in 2021 with the aims of promoting exchange between the various archaeological and anthropological disciplines concerned with the human body and establishing the body as a research topic. "Body and death" forms a cross-cutting theme for all research questions that deal with body-related practice...
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This controlled vocabulary is based on the database of archaeological features maintained by the Austrian Federeal Monuments Authority (Bundesdenkmalamt, BDA). It is based on a template from skos-play.sparna.fr
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Find the dataset at PeriodO, a gazetteer of scholarly definitions of time periods, following http://n2t.net/ark:/99152/p0s84tq – This lightweight controlled vocabulary suits the basic chronology of Noricum in Roman antiquity. While large parts of the periods related to Norican history correspond to the established period classification of the Roman...
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The chapter gives an overview of the state of research at the Roman rural site of Molino San Vincenzo in 2018 in central Tuscany (Italy). Since 2008, various types of non-invasive and (micro) invasive methods were applied at Molino San Vincenzo regularly: archeological systematic intensive field surveys, excavations, zooarchaeological analysis, arc...
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Between the years 2015 and 2019, the Vienna Orme and Pesa Valley Project of the Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna had one of its focal points in practicing archaeological fieldwork and post-processing using selected tools of the multitude of computational methods and applications as providing a theoretical framework to...
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In the following book chapter, based on philological considerations and archaeological investigations in central Italy, we will propose the occurrence of a specific improvement in agriculture in the Roman province of Noricum, compared to the times before, which could have been the introduction of a developed field-grass economy.
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Noricum was part of the Roman Empire from 15 BC to 488 AD. On the one hand, specific areas of this province, such as the so-called Danube Limes border zone of present-day Austria with its numerous military sites like watchtowers or camps, have been continuously in the focus of various archaeological investigations. On the other hand, hardly anythin...
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Starting in 2015, the project initiative 'Roman Rural Landscapes' of the Institute for Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna used Phaidra as a repository for archaeological datasets, collected during field campaigns in Italy, Jordan, and Austria. The data describe complex Roman rural settlement activities in the Imperium Romanum and are...
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Englisch: Using digital methods extensive and diverse data stocks can be generated within the scope of archaeology. Using that data can actively contribute to the protection of historic monuments, as the example of Oberndorf an der Melk shows, or can preserve highly detailed replicas of the archaeological sites virtually, as seen in the case of Pet...
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English: Stift Göttweig is located approx. 4 km south of the city Krems an der Donau on the hill "Göttweiger Berg" in the foreland of the Dunkelsteinerwald on c. 420 m. The monastery has been founded by bishop Altmann von Passau in 1083 at the latest and was redesigned in the 18th century according to plans by Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt, who brou...
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The digital recording and dissemination of archaeological material culture in a Geographic Information System (GIS) is increasingly the focus of various activities of the Federal Monuments Office (BDA) in Austria. For Lower Austria, first steps were taken from May to November 2018 on behalf of the Department of Archaeology of the BDA regarding a GI...
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The cartogram shows the classified spatial distribution of the recorded archaeological zones within the territories of the corresponding municipalities in Lower Austria.
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The map shows the location of the recorded archaeological zones within the territories of the corresponding municipalities in Lower Austria.
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German: Abstract zum Vortrag am 18. Österreichischen Archäologietag an der Universität Graz 2021: Die wissenschaftliche Aufarbeitung der ländlichen Besiedlung im nordöstlichen Hinterland der römischen Provinz Noricum bzw. der ländlichen Regionen des spätantiken Ufernoricum weist in forschungsgeschichtlicher Hinsicht in diesem Bereich einen ambivale...
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In 2018 and 2019, a pit was discovered in the area of the Roman farmhouse of Molino San Vincenzo (Tuscany), the contents of which opened up an entirely new aspect in the history of the use of this site, since the artifacts found were exclusively from the much older Etruscan period. A focus of the lecture is the presentation of the first results in...
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The paper describes an archaeological experiment which was conducted during the course "Experimental Archaeology" held at the Department of Prehistory and Historical Archeology at the University of Vienna from June 30th to July 2nd 2017. The aim of the experiment was to provide new insights on handling cooking pits which formed an integral part of...
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Beitrag in den Fundberichten aus Österreich (FÖ): Im Rahmen des Projektes „Modeling Roman Rural Landscapes“ des Instituts für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien, das zur exemplarischen Erforschung der ländlichen Besiedelung in ausgewählten Bereichen der Provinz Noricum auf dem Gebiet des heutigen Bundeslandes Oberösterreich mittels non-inv...
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Beitrag in den Fundberichten aus Österreich (FÖ): Der Bericht gibt einen Überblick zu den non-invasiven Forschungen am Fundplatz Waldling, die 2016 und 2017 durch das Institut für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien im Rahmen des Projektes "Modeling Roman Rural Landscapes" auf dieser site durchgeführt wurden.
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Fundberichte aus Österreich (FÖ): Der Bericht gibt einen ersten, detaillierten Einblick in die non-invasiven Forschungen am Fundplatz Albersdorf, die 2016 und 2017 durch das Institut für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien im Rahmen des Projektes "Modeling Roman Rural Landscapes" auf dieser site durchgeführt wurden.
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Fundberichte aus Österreich: Der Bericht gibt einen Überblick zu den non-invasiven Forschungen am Fundplatz Oberaustall, die 2016 und 2017 durch das Institut für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien im Rahmen des Projektes "Modeling Roman Rural Landscapes" auf dieser site durchgeführt wurden.
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Fundberichte aus Österreich: Der Bericht gibt einen ersten, detaillierten Einblick in die non-invasiven Forschungen am Fundplatz Oberaustall, die 2016 und 2017 durch das Institut für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien im Rahmen des Projektes "Modeling Roman Rural Landscapes" auf dieser site durchgeführt wurden.
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Digital archaeology can be seen as an integral part of today’s archaeological practice and a wide interdisciplinary field of different studies. However, digital archaeology is neither an archaeological sub discipline nor an own specialisation: digital archaeology should be seen as a pool of different digital methods within archaeology itself, expan...
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In the context of the lecture given at Saarland University in Saarbrücken in 2019, it was proposed, based on the presenter's research, to see in a "data-driven classical archaeology" a complex, digital tool that is intrinsic to the subject and can be used for questions in the humanities and is also itself the subject of constant questioning.
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German: Der Fundplatz Breiteneich bei Petzenkirchen in Niederösterreich innerhalb der AOSI: Am rechten Ufer der Erlauf konnten durch eine Rettungsgrabung 2017 archäologische Strukturen einer römischen villa (links) freigelegt werden, die u.a wirtschaftliche Funktionen bzw. gehobene Ausstattung aufweisen, z. B. „Gebäude 2“ mit Fußbodenheizung (recht...
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German: Das Untersuchungsgebiet: Area of Interest (AOI) und Area of Special Interest (AOSI) im heutigen, niederösterreichischen Abschnitt Noricums und Darstellung der geographischen Lage der antiken römischen Provinz Noricum im Imperium Romanum vor dem Hintergrund der aktuellen politischen Grenzen in Europa. // English: The study area: Area of Inte...
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German: Der Fundplatz von Gries in Oberndorf a. d. Melk in Niederösterreich innerhalb der area of special interest (AOSI): Am linken Flussufer der Melk wurde im Zuge geophysikalischer Prospektionen (rechts oben: Daten und Interpretation Magnetik, rechts unten: Daten und Interpretation Radar) archäologische Strukturen erfasst, die als römische villa...
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Based on a case study, the paper analyses the possibilities of social media as a tool for science communication in the context of information and communication technology (ICT) usage in archaeology. Aside from discussing the characteristics of digital archaeology, the social networking sites (SNS) Twitter, Sketchfab, and ResearchGate are integrated...
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Im Allgemeinen sind archäologische Daten durch eine Vielzahl an Datentypen und Dateiformaten geprägt, die unterschiedliche Inhalte speichern. Hier spannt sich der Bogen etwa von Texten und tabellarisch erfassten quantitativen Daten über Objektfotografien bis hin zu Vektorgrafiken sowie den immer beliebteren 3D-Modellen. Diese ausgeprägte Diversität...
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Aus der Integration von Informations-und Kommunikationstechnologien (IKT) mit dem vielfältigen Fach »Archäologie« (vgl. Daly-Evans 2006) resultiert ein Studienfeld, das sich eingehend mit einem umfangreichen Pool unterschiedlicher Aspekte der IKT in der Archäologie auf theoretischer und praktischer Ebene beschäftigt (vgl. Costopoulos 2016; HuggEtt...
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The project 'Val di Pesa and Val Orme as a changing rural landscape: an integrated approach,' funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF, explores the dynamically changing archaeological landscape within a precisely defined study area Tuscany/Italy. At a workshop held at the Department of Classical Archaeology of the University of Vienna, project memb...
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Online First – Based on a case study, the paper analyses the possibilities of social media as a tool for science communication in the context of information and communication technology (ICT) usage in archaeology. Aside from discussing the characteristics of digital archaeology, the social networking sites (SNS) Twitter, Sketchfab, and ResearchGate...
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Literaturzitate der am Poster angeführten Aufsätze zum Download im Format BibTex: https://www.ctan.org/pkg/bibtex
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Archäologische Fotodokumentation: US 11300/S2/2015 (Ofen – Abbruchmaterial/Verfüllmaterial); dritte Phase des Schichtabtrages ***** Abbildung 5 von 6 ***** Ausgrabung Molino San Vincenzo: rrl.univie.ac.at/forschung/msv ***** Kampagne 2015
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Molino San Vincenzo is an ancient rural settlement in Tuscany. The paper focus on selected results from the 2015's excavation season mainly, anaylsing the different types of foundation walls. Molino San Vincenzo is the modern field name of an archaeological site at the Pesa river in the Tuscan municipality of Montespertoli in Italy, which has been...
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Um den verschiedenen Prinzipien offener Wissenschaftskommunikation – wie auch dem ganzen Konzept »open science« als solchem – gerecht zu werden, ist eine nachhaltige Disseminations- und Archivierungsstrategie für digitale Forschungsdaten zwingend nötig. Maßnahmen zur langanhaltenden Gewährleistung der freien Verfügbarkeit in Form von Parametern wie...
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Der Vortrag setzt sich, ebenso wie das zugehörige Poster, mit der Thematik der Digitalen Archäologie auseinander und behandelt dementsprechend die Umsetzung von Informations-und Kommunikationstechnologien auf der archäologischen Forschungs-und Lehrgrabung Molino San Vincenzo in der Toskana (Italien). Die materielle Kultur des Fundplatzes kann dabei...
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German: Dieser Beitrag zielt darauf ab, die neuesten Ansätze des Instituts für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien für die Untersuchung ländlicher Gebiete im Nordwesten Noricums vorzustellen und die Möglichkeiten zerstörungsfreier archäologischer Methoden anhand kürzlich gesammelter Daten zu veranschaulichen. Zusätzlich zu diesem methodisch...
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Studies by the author in experimental archaeology have been dealing with the (re-)production of the ancient Roman meal “puls” since 2012. This porridge puls was mainly prepared with wheat and other grains and it can be considered as the ancient Roman “national dish” par excellence, according to literary evidence. Concerning the recipes, puls is men...
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Since the field of ‘Digital Archaeology’ — as well as the whole topic of implementation of digital data into archaeology — is a constantly growing factor in the whole contemporary archaeological research landscape, the proposed lecture will focus on state-of-the-art data gathering-, analyzing-, interpreting- and distribution-processes in archaeolog...
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Die einfache Kernidee der Third Mission in der Klassischen Archäologie an der Universität Wien im Kontext unserer Forschungen und Lehre ist es, einerseits jeder Interessentin und jedem Interessenten virtuell frei und einfach zugänglich durch eine große Anzahl von unter einander vernetzten Einzelmeldungen möglichst viele Daten zur Erforschung der (s...
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The presented thesis deals with the topic of digitalization in the humanities and has a clear focus on digital archaeology. Within this methodological and theoretical framework and as a case study, the implementation of various digital archaeological methods is tested in course of a modern archaeological research and training excavation at “Molino...
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German: Mit den hier in aller Kürze vorgestellten geomagnetischen Prospektionen, die im Rahmen des Projektes "Modeling Roman Rural Landscapes" durch das Institut für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien durchgeführt wurden, konnte das Bestehen archäologischer Hinterlassenschaften auf den untersuchten Flächen sowohl in Albersdorf als auch in...
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Digital archaeology can be seen as an integral part of today’s archaeological practice and a wide interdisciplinary field of different studies. However, digital archaeology is neither an archaeological sub discipline nor an own specialisation: digital archaeology should be seen as a pool of different digital methods within archaeology itself, expan...
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This collection on ScienceOpen is meant to provide an overview of state-of-the-art contributions to the wide field of digital archaeology . Digital archaeology deals with the implementation of tools, methods, and theories derived from information and communications technology in archaeology and can thereby be seen as some kind of metascience which...
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This collection on ScienceOpen is meant to provide an overview of state-of-the-art contributions to the wide field of digital archaeology . Digital archaeology deals with the implementation of tools, methods, and theories derived from information and communications technology in archaeology and can thereby be seen as some kind of metascience which...
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Northern inland Etruria is one of the least investigated areas of Italy regarding the Roman period. Therefore, the research project P 27476 “Val di Pesa and Val Orme as a Changing Rural Landscape: an Integrated Approach”, funded by the Austrian Science Fund under the direction of Prof. Günther Schörner of the University of Vienna, deals with the ar...
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Die römerzeitlichen Fundplätze von Oberaustall und Albersdorf (KG Steinerkirchen a. d. Traun/KG Wipfing); Vortrag im Rahmen des Forum Denkmalpflege des Bundesdenkmalamtes in Salzburg zu einem Forschungsprojekt, das seit April 2016 vom Institut für klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien durchgeführt wird und sich mit der ländlichen Besiedlung d...
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Presentation about the integration of a WebGIS and long-term archiving within the framework of the Project ”Historical Land-Use and Landscape Change in the Decapolis Region”. Google My Maps Logo © 2015 Google Inc. All rights reserved. Google My Maps is a Google Inc brand. Map data © 2017 by Google, Mapa GISrael, ORION-ME. Pleiades entry © 2016 by A...
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This UAV is used in cooperation with the archaeological company ArchaeoPerspectives. Photo by Dominik Hagmann, Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna
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Photo by K. Klein, Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna, 2016 CC-BY
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Map by Dominik Hagmann, Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna, 2016 Aerial footage provided by the Province of Upper Austria CC-BY 4.0
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Photo by Andreas Steininger, Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna, 2016 CC-BY
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Staking out the grid for geophysical measurements using Differential GPS Photo by Dominik Hagmann, Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna, 2016 CC-BY
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Photo by Felix Eder, Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna, 2016 CC-BY
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Map by Dominik Hagmann, Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna Aerial footage provided by the Province of Upper Austria (data.ooe.gv.at) The map was originally meant for print. For providing a correct fracture scale consider printing in DIN-A4.
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Photo by Dominik Hagmann, Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna, 2016 CC-BY
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Bibliography of the poster "Modeling Roman Peripheral Landscapes" 3rd DHA Conference | dha2016 Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities Austrian Academy of Sciences Sonnenfelsgasse 19 | 1010 Wien 06.12.2016
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English: Prior to a planned dry excavation for the construction of an excavation landfill at the quarry field "Koller X" near Markgrafneusiedl (district of Gänserndorf, parcel no.: 420/1, 419/1, 418/1 and 418/2), an archaeological survey with collection of finds took place on 08 May 2015 on behalf of the Federal Monuments Office. Already the extrem...
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As part of the planned redesign of the outer areas of Ulmerfeld Castle, the municipality of Amstetten commissioned the archaeological investigation of the outer and inner moat in addition to the building archaeological survey of the remaining fortification walls. Summarizing the excavation results of this measure, it can be stated that today's wide...
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The general aim is the creation of a new digital datapool on the Roman human behaviour and material culture in the rural landscape of northwestern Noricum (today’s territory of Upper Austria). Therefore a broad variety of archaeological methods will be used to generate a digital model of the ancient landscape in different scales. Throughout the pro...
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3D model of trench 2/2014 of the roman rural site at Molino San Vincenzo (Tuscany/ITA), continuing the 2013 field season. The model is orientated North. Longterm archivable Collada-file of the 3D model, which was generated using Image-Based-Modeling algorithms (especially Structure-From-Motion and Multiple-View-Stereo). Collada: https://www.khronos...
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3D model of trench 2/2014 of the roman rural site at Molino San Vincenzo (Tuscany/ITA), continuing the 2013 field season. The model is orientated North. Texture-file (JPEG) of the 3D model, which was generated using Image-Based-Modeling algorithms (especially Structure-From-Motion and Multiple-View-Stereo). JPEG: https://jpeg.org/ | Software: Agiso...
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Our paper presents an integrated approach to the recording of the so-called Hexenturm (witch tower) of Ulmerfeld Castle (Lower Austria) using mast aerial photography (MAP) as well as image-based modeling (IBM) and the combined application of proprietary as well as free software for generating an accurate virtual model of the building. Structure-fro...
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Präsentation zum Vortrag über archäologische Experimente zum römischen Getreidebrei "puls" auf Einladung der ÖGUF am 23.05.2016 in Wien. Infos zum Projekt auf https://diepuls.hypotheses.org/ http://phaidra.univie.ac.at/o:448227 https://hdl.handle.net/11353/10.448227 https://zenodo.org/record/58736
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Photo of the pole and actioncam used to record the geophysical prospection with magnetics to produce a time-lapse video for visual metadata documentation at the site of Albersdorf in Upper Austria in 2016. Photo by Dominik Hagmann, Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna, 2016
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Präsentation des Vortrages ”Neue Forschungen zum ländlichen Fundplatz Molino San Vincenzo (Toskana, Italien)” in der 6. Sektion des 16. Österreichischen Archäologentags am 26.02.2016. klass-archaeologie.univie.ac.at/veranstaltungen/16-oesterreichischer-archaeologentag-2016 Permalink: http://phaidra.univie.ac.at/o:429518 © Alle Rechte vorbehalten
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German: Poster über Molino San Vincenzo, ein ländlicher Siedlungsplatz in der nördlichen Toskana. Er befindet sich nahe Empoli in der Gemeinde Montespertoli. Die bisherigen Befunde und Funde von Molino San Vincenzo können als Reste einer römischen Villa mittlerer Größe interpretiert werden, die vom späten 1. Jh. v. Chr. bis in das 5. Jh. n. Chr. be...
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Map showing preliminary results of the 2013's intensive systematic surveys at the ancient rural site of Molino San Vincenzo. The map was originally meant for print. For providing a correct fractional scale consider printing in DIN-A4.
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find additional information at http://homepage.univie.ac.at/elisabeth.trinkl/forum/forum0316/78hagmann.htm
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Annual report of the 2015's campaign of the excavation at Molino San Vincenzo (Tuscany/ITA) ISBN: 9788878147027 e-ISBN: 9788878147034 http://www.insegnadelgiglio.it/prodotto/notiziario-toscana-11-2015-notizie/
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Our paper presents an integrated approach to the recording of the so-called Hexenturm (witch tower) of Ulmerfeld Castle (Lower Austria) using mast aerial photography (MAP) as well as image-based modeling (IBM) and the combined application of proprietary as well as free software for generating an accurate virtual model of the building. Structure-fro...
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German: Das Institut für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien betrieb von 2012 bis 2019 archäologische Feldforschungen in der Toskana am Fundplatz Molino San Vincenzo. Die Flur Molino San Vincenzo ist ein ländlicher Siedlungsplatz in der nördlichen Toskana (Italien) und liegt ca. 12 km östlich von Empoli in der Gemeinde Montespertoli sowie r...
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In the first part, the talk is about the digital methods applied during archaeological non-invasive investigations (intensive systematic surveys) in 2014 and 2015 in Northern Jordan at the sites of Abila and Umm el-Jimal, carried out by the Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Vienna. In the second part, the conference contribut...
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Different sized survey fields staked out in the sourroundings of the ancient ruins and modern dwellings in course of the intensive systematic off-site survey at Umm el-Jimal: D. Hagmann 2015; basemap: Esri 2015
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Investigation area in the surroundings of Umm el-Jimal; basedata: Esri 2015; CIAT 2008. The map was originally meant for print. For providing a correct fractional scale consider printing in DIN-A4.
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Investigation areas at Abila and Umm el-Jimal; basedata: Esri 2015; CIAT 2008. The map was originally meant for print. For providing a correct fractional scale consider printing in DIN-A4.
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Distribution of all classical finds per sqm in Abila; basedata: Esri 2015; CIAT 2008. The map was originally meant for print. For providing a correct fractional scale consider printing in DIN-A4.
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Map of the projected sites within the Decapolis region; basedata: Natural Earth 2015; CIAT 2008. The map was originally meant for print. For providing a correct fractional scale consider printing in DIN-A4.
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Distribution of all pottery finds per sqm in Umm el-Jimal; basedata: Esri 2015; CIAT 2008. The map was originally meant for print. For providing a correct fractional scale consider printing in DIN-A4.
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Map of the Decapolis region, showing the cities of the Decapolis and Umm-el Jimal; basedata: Natural Earth 2015; CIAT 2008. The map was originally meant for print. For providing a correct fractional scale consider printing in DIN-A4.
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An article concerning the strategy, methods, and preliminary results of intensive archaeological surveys in northern Etruria. Full article: http://homepage.univie.ac.at/elisabeth.trinkl/forum/forum0915/76survey.htm Permanent Identifier: http://phaidra.univie.ac.at/o:407473
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German: Ausgewählte Ergebnisse des Surveys in Molino San Vincenzo 2013: die Hauptkarte zeigt die Verteilung der antiken Keramik, die Teilkarten visualisieren die Zeigelverteilung als Heatmap, die Verteilung weiterer Kleinfunde am Beispiel der Cocciopestofragmente sowie die Sichtverhältnisse während des Surveys 2013. The map was originally meant fo...