Julia Maria Chyla

Julia Maria Chyla
University of Warsaw | UW · The Antiquity of Southeastern Europe Research Center

Master of Arts

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Introduction
Julia Maria Chyla currently is doing PhD at the The Antiquity of Southeastern Europe Research Center, University of Warsaw. Julia does research in Databases, Computing in Social science, Arts and Humanities and Remote Sensing. Their current project is 'Proyecto de Investigación Arqueológica Castillo de Huarmey.'

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Publications (23)
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The analysis of contemporary and archival satellite images and archaeological documentations presents the possibility of monitoring the state of archaeological sites in the Near East (for example, Palmyra in Syria). As it will be demonstrated in the case of Upper Egyptian sites, the rapid growth of agricultural lands and settlements can pose a grea...
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A vast amount of ceramics ‐among other grave goods‐ were recovered from Castillo de Huarmey, a Wari culture (650‐1050 AD) archaeological site on the north coast of Peru. In order to assess ceramic production area(s) and possible trade, political or cultural interactions with other regions, and to complement earlier petrographic analysis, electron m...
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Ever since field survey has become an important method in researching ancient communities we can observe improvement of its technological and theoretical aspects. Nowadays, rapid urban sprawl and intensified agriculture lead to the increasing destruction of sites and archaeological landscapes throughout the globe. Thus, an adequate low budget strat...
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Mobile GIS application on smarthphones in archaeological field prospection (there is a mistake in pdf. English title should be: Mobile GIS application on smartphones in archaeological field prospection) Nowadays, there are many GIS applications available for phone or tablet. Many but not all of these applications can have professional geodetic fun...
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This paper presents Ag, Cu and Pb isotopes for 5 silver and 10 copper artefacts found in the first intact pre‐Columbian tomb of the Wari culture female elite at Castillo de Huarmey, Peru. Ag and Cu isotope data indicate that the metals were extracted from primary, hypogene ore deposits. Most of the Pb isotope data for the Castillo de Huarmey artefa...
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Archaeological field surveys, even the most intensive and systematic ones, cannot be considered flawless methods of acquiring data. Archaeological landscapes’ state of preservation, surface collection methods and agenda, visibility and personal preferences can affect the final results. It is not simply just the registration of observations, but a p...
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Fieldwork in early 2019 by the Gebelein Archaeological Project encompassed surveys of two cemeteries situated south of the ancient town of Per-Hathor/Pathyris in the area of the Eastern Mountain of Gebelein. One of these is dated to the Old Kingdom and the First Intermediate Period, the other tentatively to Fatimid times. The third survey searched...
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The Northern Necropolis of Gebelein was a place of important discoveries, e.g. an archive of Old Kingdom papyri, the Tomb of Unknowns, and the Tomb of the General Iti II. Several excavations have taken place there, but none have been sufficiently published. The archaeological contexts of these discoveries are poorly known, which limits their resear...
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The ceramics of Castillo Huarmey, a Wari-culture political center and elite necropolis on the north coast of Peru (ca. 750–1000 CE) were subjected to mineral studies to assess production practices and proveniences. The diversity and quality of grave goods suggested non-local productions and quality-controlled manufacture. However, relying on experi...
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Fieldwork in early 2019 by the Gebelein Archaeological Project encompassed surveys of two cemeteries situated south of the ancient town of Per-Hathor/Pathyris in the area of the Eastern Mountain of Gebelein. One of these is dated to the Old Kingdom and the First Intermediate Period, the other tentatively to Fatimid times. The third survey searched...
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Z wielką przyjemnością, już po raz trzeci, oddajemy w ręce Czytelników kolejną publikację podsumowującą V-te i VI-te Forum GIS na Uniwersytecie Warszawskim. Jest to forum skupiające użytkowników licencji edukacyjnej SITE oprogramowania ArcGIS, ale również i innych pakietów oprogramowania GIS, które wykorzystywane jest w badaniach i edukacji przez p...
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This session continues ongoing discussion of the changes that are happening in archaeological field prospection today, specifically further development of GNSS that helps to navigate in the landscape, and the possibility to bring your GIS into the field via Mobile GIS. During the session, we will continue prior discussion of the contemporary role o...
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Have you ever wondered if it is possible to create field documentation using only your mobile phone? Can you imagine that you have just one tool to measure coordinates, take photos, create 3D models, plan your drone path and fill in the artefact database? Well, it seems that we are on the edge of a technological revolution: in the next few years, w...
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CAA 2018 Krakow call for papers; DEADLINE 14.10.2018 Abstract: Have you ever wondered if it is possible to create field documentation using only your mobile phone? Can you imagine that you have just one tool to measure coordinates, take photos, create 3D models, plan your drone path and fill in the artefact database? Well, it seems that we are on...
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All periods of Egyptian history are represented at Gebelein and it encompasses many kinds of archaeological site found in the Nile valley (that is, cemeteries, settlements, fortifications, temples, rock quarries etc.). The area was a significant centre in the history of ancient Egypt, but its exact role and the reasons for its importance still awai...
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Mamy ogromną przyjemność oddać do rąk czytelnika długo oczekiwaną publikację prezentującą opracowania użytkowników licencji SITE oprogramowania ArcGIS na Uniwersytecie Warszawskim. Wspólną i spójną tematyką niniejszego wydania jest wykorzystanie technik Systemów Informacji Przestrzennej (GIS) w różnych dziedzinach: zaczynając od nauk przyrodniczych...
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We would like to share our program, created on the basis of pedagogical principles for higher education. Also we would like to show our experience in connecting GIS theory, methodology and work in the office with archaeological field survey. We explain to the students how to prepare themselves for such research, how to proceed and collect data in t...
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The paper presents results of the analysis of the changes in the landscape in the central part of Upper Egypt caused by the modern expansion of the agricultural and settlement areas. The case study are archaeological sites: Abbadiya, Hiu and el-Amra. History of the research, description of the sites and threats caused by contemporary development of...
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Archaeological sites are mostly preserved through their field documentation: plans, sketches, photos, descriptions, etc.. Nowadays all this data can be gathered and analyzed in Geographic Information Systems. GIS allows to conduct spatial analysis and its results may give new information about sites. Through the example of three case studies I woul...
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e Gebelein archaeological site complex is located 󰀲󰀸 km southwest of Luxor, on the west-ern bank of the Nile in the Qena Governorate in Egypt. Practically all kinds of archaeological sites known in Egypt are represented in the site complex, dating from the Paleolithic through the Islamic Period (Marochetti 󰀲󰀰󰀱󰀳; Ejsmond 󰀲󰀰󰀱󰀳). e area has been vis...
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Along the Nile, speoi could be found in several places 2. It is tempting to suspect that the construction of such cult places were determined by the local landscape. Rocks near the river could host shrines made with relatively low expense. It seems that such constructions were made since the reign of queen Hatshepsut because none of known ones pred...
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A field reconnaissance in the region of Gebelein, Khozam and el-Rizeiqat in 2013 was aimed at obtaining information on site topography and state of preservation, even as it tested mobile GIS devices and remote sensing analysis to improve usage procedures in field prospection. Archival maps and satellite imaging were used to locate archaeological fe...
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Badania powierzchniowe – Archeologiczne Zdjêcie Polski Badania powierzchniowe to obecnie najbardziej rozpowszechniona, niedestrukcyjna me-toda poszukiwania stanowisk archeologicznych. Polega na systematycznej prospekcji terenu przez kilkuosobowy zespó³, poruszaj¹cy siê tyralier¹. Celem badaczy jest zarejestrowanie i okreœlenie zasiêgu obszaru wystê...

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Projects (3)
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CAA mobileGIS SIG is a Special Interest Group created within Computer Applications & Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. It was officially initiated on April 25th 2019 during AGM at the CAA 2019 Kraków. The main idea of the group is to share information about the development of mobile GIS and GNSS in archaeological field survey.
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Gebelein archaeological survey
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Archaeological research in Castillo de Huarmey