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Artefacts as Nodes in a Network II

4th – 6th century stamped bricks connected by virtue of use in the same location, around Constantinople In these two one-mode networks (generated from Jonathan Bardill’s study of the brickstamps of Constantinople), colour indicates modularity class, while size indicates betweeness centrality. What network measures are most appropriate for understanding archaeological networks?
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Artefact Networks Analysis – Thinking Out Loud

Academics / Archaeology : Electric Archaeology (2 years ago)

What follows is a process of me thinking out loud whilst working with data related to the Tiber Valley Brick Industry. If we look at the distribution of stamped bricks across the Tiber Valley, we can work out some of the implication... Read Post

Artefacts as Nodes in a Network

Academics / Archaeology : Electric Archaeology (2 years ago)

I’m working on a paper for a conference next month. In it, I consider artefact copresence at various sites as a means for generating networks, in an effort to get at some of the ideological or social frameworks underpinning the dist... Read Post

Artefacts as Nodes in a Network II

Academics / Archaeology : Electric Archaeology (2 years ago)

In these two one-mode networks (generated from Jonathan Bardill’s study of the brickstamps of Constantinople), colour indicates modularity class, while size indicates betweeness centrality. What network measures are most appropriate... Read Post


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