Let’s Play: Far Cry Primal Ep.4: An “Archaeological” Exploration

Jul 12, 16 Let’s Play: Far Cry Primal Ep.4: An “Archaeological” Exploration

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This is a guest post by Philip Riris, an archaeologist with the Institute of Archaeology at University College London. His research interests run the gamut from digital data in archaeology to cave art to the archaeology of South America. Philip’s first post in this series is here, his second is here, and his third is...

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Let’s Play: Far Cry Primal Ep.3: An “Archaeological” Exploration

May 17, 16 Let’s Play: Far Cry Primal Ep.3: An “Archaeological” Exploration

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This is a guest post by Philip Riris, an archaeologist with the Institute of Archaeology at University College London. His research interests run the gamut from digital data in archaeology to cave art to the archaeology of South America. Philip’s first post in this series is here and his second is here. In the third episode...

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Let’s Play: Far Cry Primal Ep.2: An “Archaeological” Exploration

Apr 19, 16 Let’s Play: Far Cry Primal Ep.2: An “Archaeological” Exploration

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This is a guest post by Philip Riris, an archaeologist with the Institute of Archaeology at University College London. His research interests run the gamut from digital data in archaeology to cave art to the archaeology of South America. Philip’s first post in this series is here. The second episode of my Let’s Play of...

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Let’s Play: Far Cry Primal Ep.1: An “Archaeological” Exploration

Mar 29, 16 Let’s Play: Far Cry Primal Ep.1: An “Archaeological” Exploration

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This is a guest post by Philip Riris, an archaeologist with the Institute of Archaeology at University College London. His research interests run the gamut from digital data in archaeology to cave art to the archaeology of South America.  Far Cry Primal has succeeded in generating a significant buzz in the archaeological community,...

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Minecraft as a 3D Cultural Heritage Modeling Tool in the Classroom

Mar 17, 16 Minecraft as a 3D Cultural Heritage Modeling Tool in the Classroom

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Jessie Craft teaches Latin and ancient history at Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools; he recently published ‘Rebuilding an Empire with Minecraft’ in CAMWS Classical Journal, Vol 111.3, Feb./March 2016  based on those experiments in his classroom. Introduction By now, Minecraft has established a solid reputation for...

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