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  • Authors: 
    Coulter, Matthew;
    Country: United Kingdom

    This dataset contains files supporting the figures published in the article 'Patterns of Communication during the 1241 Mongol Invasion of Europe: Insights from the Ottobeuren Collection'. The purpose of these figures is to provide network visualizations of the connections found in 1) the Ottobeuren letter collection (Innsbruck, Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Tirol, Cod. 187, ff. 1v–8v), and 2) communication between actors involved in planning the defence of the Holy Roman Empire against the Mongols between approximately March and July 1241. The fileset includes the Gephi master file used to create the figures, CSV files containing raw data, and a README file. The data supporting these figures was compiled by the author first between September and November 2019, and then between March and November 2020, concurrently with the production of the article draft. It was revised in March 2021. This research was supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council under grant number 2280801, and by Masters funding from the Isaac Newton Trust and St John’s College, University of Cambridge.

  • Authors: 
    Ferraby, Rose; Millett, Martin; Dunbar, E; Evans, Jerry; Giorgi, John; Lucas, Jason; Mills, Phillip; Monteil, Gwladys; Powlesland, Dominic; Rackham, James; +3 more
    Publisher: Faculty of Classics
    Country: United Kingdom

    This record primarily consists of a spreadsheet with links to the files that constitute the data and other supporting information that detail the excavations in 2017. The main record for the Aldborough project is here: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/275723 The collection relating to this particular dataset may be found at this URL: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/335104; in addition, permanent links (DOIs) to the individual records (context sheets, find listings etc) are available in the attached spreadsheet. The Aldborough Roman Town Project was set up in 2009 by Dr Rose Ferraby and Prof. Martin Millett, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge. The project was designed to carry out archaeological research on the town of Isurium Brigantum, now the village of Aldborough in North Yorkshire, with an aim to better understanding its origins, development and its role in the social, political and economic scene of Roman Britain. This built upon a huge body of work already carried out by Colin Dobinson and volunteers from the Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Fieldwalking took place over large areas in and around the Roman town, as well as some small areas of geophysical survey. This data is all being brought together as part of the project. To begin with, the project will use geophysical survey to establish a landscape scale view of the sub-surface archaeological remains of the town, its defenses, road system and extra-mural areas. Already after only 3 years, this has revealed that Isurium Brigantium is far less straight forward than has previously presumed; rather the evidence collected so far suggests a much more complex picture of development, use and evolution into the Anglo-Saxon period. Once the survey is complete, excavation may take place to start to investigate some of the more complex areas of the town. A number of different geophysical techniques are being employed at the site, in order to better understand the various aspects of the archaeological record. Magnetometer and topographic surveys have been used across large areas of the town, whereas Ground Penetrating Radar has been used in limited areas with more complicated stratigraphy.

  • Authors: 
    Recchia, Gabriel; Jones, Ewan; Nulty, Paul; De Bolla, Peter; Regan, John;
    Country: United Kingdom

    This dataset consists of: $$ \ $$ I. Source code and documentation for the "Shared Lexis Tool", a Windows desktop application that provides a means of exploring all of the words that are statistically associated with a word provided by the user, in a given corpus of text (for certain predefined corpora), over a given date range. $$ \ $$ II. Source code and documentation for the "Coassociation Grapher", a Windows desktop application. Given a particular word of interest (a “focal token”) in a particular corpus of text, the Coassociation Grapher allows you to view the relative probability of observing other terms (“bound tokens”) before or after the focal token. $$ \ $$ III. Numerous precomputed files that need to be hosted on a webserver in order for the Shared Lexis Tool to function properly; $$ \ $$ IV. Files that were created in the course of conducting the research described in "Tracing shifting conceptual vocabularies through time" and "The idea of liberty" (full citations in above section 'SHARING/ACCESS INFORMATION'), including "cliques" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clique_(graph_theory)) of words that frequently appear together; $$ \ $$ V. Source code of text-processing scripts developed by the Concept Lab, primarily for the purpose of generating precomputed files described in section III, and associated data. $$ \ $$ The Shared Lexis Tool and Coassociation Grapher (and the required precomputed files) are also being hosted at https://concept-lab.lib.cam.ac.uk/ from 2018 to 2023, and therefore those who are merely interested in using the tools within this time frame will have no use for the present dataset. However, these files may be useful for individuals who wish to host the files on their own webserver, for example, in order to use the Shared Lexis tool past 2023. See README.txt for more information. Foundation for the Future, DIGITAL KNOWLEDGE, RG74515

  • Research data . 2021 . Embargo End Date: 02 May 2022
    Authors: 
    Lucas, Jason; Ferraby, Rose; Millett, Martin;
    Publisher: Apollo - University of Cambridge Repository
    Country: United Kingdom

    Survey data recording the location of the trench, contexts, finds and photogrammetry reference points, and the survey notebook with all the references for the data in the 2017 trench at Aldborough Roman Town, North Yorkshire. The trench was excavated to investigate the north range of the Roman Forum, in order to establish a location and date for the structure. The excavation is recorded as gazeteer point G106 on the interactive pdf map https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.39574

  • Authors: 
    Powlesland, Dominic;
    Publisher: Aldborough Roman Town Project, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge
    Country: United Kingdom

    An interactive pdf of the photogrammetric model of the 2017 trench at Aldborough Roman Town, North Yorkshire. The trench was excavated to investigate the north range of the Roman Forum, in order to establish a location and date for the structure. The excavation is recorded as gazeteer point G106 on the interactive pdf map https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.39574

  • Authors: 
    Millett, Martin;
    Publisher: Aldborough Roman Town Project, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge
    Country: United Kingdom

    A Microsoft Excel spreadsheet containing quantities of finds types recorded in the 2017 trench at Aldborough Roman Town, North Yorkshire. The trench was excavated to investigate the north range of the Roman Forum, in order to establish a location and date for the structure. The excavation is recorded as gazeteer point G106 on the interactive pdf map https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.39574

  • Authors: 
    Monteil, Gwladys;
    Publisher: Apollo - University of Cambridge Repository
    Country: United Kingdom

    A pdf of graphite rubbings of samian stamps and decorated samian from the 2017 trench at Aldborough Roman Town, North Yorkshire. The trench was excavated to investigate the north range of the Roman Forum, in order to establish a location and date for the structure. The excavation is recorded as gazeteer point G106 on the interactive pdf map https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.39574

  • Authors: 
    Ferraby, Rose; Millett, Martin;
    Publisher: Aldborough Roman Town Project, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge
    Country: United Kingdom

    Photographs of contexts during and after excavation in the 2017 trench at Aldborough Roman Town, North Yorkshire. The trench was excavated to investigate the north range of the Roman Forum, in order to establish a location and date for the structure. The excavation is recorded as gazeteer point G106 on the interactive pdf map https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.39574

  • Authors: 
    Rackham, James; Giorgi, John;
    Publisher: Aldborough Roman Town Project, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge
    Country: United Kingdom

    A Microsoft Word file containing data on finds from environmental samples from the 2017 trench at Aldborough Roman Town, North Yorkshire. The trench was excavated to investigate the north range of the Roman Forum, in order to establish a location and date for the structure. The excavation is recorded as gazeteer point G106 on the interactive pdf map https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.39574

  • Research data . 2021 . Embargo End Date: 02 May 2022
    Authors: 
    Rajkovača, Vida;
    Publisher: Apollo - University of Cambridge Repository
    Country: United Kingdom

    A Microsoft Excel spreadsheet of bone data from the 2017 trench at Aldborough Roman Town, North Yorkshire. The trench was excavated to investigate the north range of the Roman Forum, in order to establish a location and date for the structure. The excavation is recorded as gazeteer point G106 on the interactive pdf map https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.39574

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