Research in progress using our data

There are 8 projects in progress that you can read about. If you're not listed here, then please do let us know and we'll add you.

Research projects in progress or completed
Primary investigator Title Level End date
Jouni Tuominem A PAS for Finland

We are collaborating with PAS in our SuALT research project (https://blogs.helsinki.fi/sualt-project/) where we are developing a similar finds recording system in Finland.

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Samanta Reiter Tales of Bronze Age Women

I am a post-doc researcher at the National Museum of Denmark currently involved with the Tales of Bronze Age Women project. You can find more about our project here (http://en.natmus.d…

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Andres Dobat Denmark Finds Organisation

I will be using my researchers access in relation to our ongoing development of the Danish equivalent to PAS – the DIME project, which invites detectorists to upload find data.

In addition, I will be using PAS data in various research projects on Early Medieval/Viking Age societ…

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Tony King Gazetteer of Temples, Shrines and Holy Places in Roman Britain

I am compiling a gazetteer of temples, shrines and holy places of Roman Britain, as part of the Fontes Epigraphici Religionum Celticarum Antiquarum project; a European research initiative sponsored by the Austrian Academy of Sciences. I have a database of approximately 400 sites throughou…

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Svein Gullbekk A PAS for Norway

Professor Svein Gullbekk (Univeristy of Oslo) is part of a Norwegian team (consisting of archaeologists, muselogists and politicians) who are looking into setting up a scheme, similar to the Portable Antiquities Scheme, in Norway.

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MLA MICHAEL

European Union project MICHAEL Provider of content

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BRICKS consortium/ MLA BRICKS

The Scheme was a provider of data to the BRICKS European Union funded project. The means of data transfer in this case is via OAI-PMH.

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ISAW, New York University Pleiades [Barrington Atlas of the Classical World]

Since March 2007, the Scheme has participated in the Pleiades project (formerly based at University of North Carolina) at New York University. We have provided technical comments to their team on their latest development. More about this project can be read at

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