• The CSA Newsletter
• Technology Information
• The CSA Propylaea Project.
• The Older Propylon Project. This is a concluded research project of CSA Director Harrison Eiteljorg, II. The results of this project have been published; archival materials, including CAD models, may be accessed through the Archaeological Research Institute at Arizona State University.
• Lantern Slides of Classical Antiquity
• Pompeii Forum Project CSA participates in this on-going project, Directed by Prof. John J. Dobbins (University of Virginia), to study the Forum of ancient Pompeii. A computer-aided design model is being constructed of the forum.
• Bryn Mawr Electronic Resources Review (BMERR). BMERR was an online journal for reviews of electronic resources concerning the ancient world. Bryn Mawr Classical Review (BMCR) is now publishing reviews of electronic resources, and BMERR has discontinued its separate existence. Reviews published 1998-2000 are now available through the BMCR web site (http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/) and they are available via the BMERR page there.
The use of advanced computer programs and information technnology in archaeology and architectural history -- whether to record information digitally as part of a project or to retrieve and re-use digital information already recorded -- requires some expertise. While that expertise can only be obtained with considerable time and experience using the computers and programs in question, information is provided here to help potential users know more about the computer programs likely to be encountered, the problems to be expected, the hardware required, and the like. The broadest and most recent of these resources is the book (in downloadable PDF form) authored by CSA Director Harrison Eiteljorg, II, and the Director of the Center for Advanced Spacial Technologies at the University of Arkansas, W. Fredrick Limp: Archaeological Computing.
The materials available through this page were prepared for the Web or for paper-based publication, and the CSA CAD Guide for Archaeologists and Architectural Historians was written in cooperation with the Archaeology Data Service. Unless otherwise noted, the materials available here were written by CSA Director Harrison Eiteljorg, II.
Readers' comments regarding any of these materials would be gratefully received. Just email your comments to CSA Director Harrison Eiteljorg, II, at user name: director at (@) domain name: csanet.org. You may also check the email contacts page.
CSA personnel will also assist with specific software preparation and training for archaeological or architectural history projects. To arrange for such assistance, please contact CSA Director Harrison Eiteljorg, II.General resources:
For more information about AutoCAD, see http://www.autodesk.com (the company site).