We are pleased to announce that our main project book is out today with Oxford University Press. See the image below for a 30% discount code.
We hope those of you who read it, find it illuminating! We also have plans to publish an atlas based on the project, more news on that soon.
A couple of years ago, two of us attended the project conference in Amsterdam for Philip Verhagen’s
(a video of my presentation can be seen Limits of the Limes here, but not Tyler’s).
Tyler and I combined our presented material into a chapter for the conference proceedings, which can now be read here:
And the full set of papers can be found here:
Franconi, T. & C. Green. 2019. Broad and Coarse: Modelling Demography, Subsistence and Transportation in Roman England. In: Verhagen P., Joyce J., Groenhuijzen M. (eds)
Finding the Limits of the Limes. Computational Social Sciences. Cham: Springer, 61-75. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-04576-0_4
Our new paper has just gone up for online first access. It’s available here if you have access to the Archaeological Journal via a library / university:
It’s about our experiments in modelling EngLaID datasets on a broad scale, with a mild focus on population density. It also covers some issues discussed here (
Affordance; Pottery I, II).