The French Archaeological Mission of Amathonte
The ‘French Archaeological Mission of Amathonte‘, an archaeological excavation mission on the island of Cyprus, is a history project. The project enabled the publication of data on the archaeological sites discovered during prospective surveying of the Amathonte territory between 1988 and 1992. It relies on the Huma-Num very large digital humanities infrastructure and uses Nakala, its data sharing, publication and dissemination tool. It integrates a vocabulary linked to the standards of the discipline in compliance with the FAIR principles aimed at making data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable. The project involves a team of 4 people led by Anna Cannavò from the HiSoMA Laboratory (CNRS).