The research project ‘The Sea and Land Routes of southern Euboia, ca. 4000 – 1 BC. A case study in Mediterranean interconnectivity’ is funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and hosted by the Faculty of Humanities of Vrije Universiteit (VU), Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The research team consists of Prof. Jan Paul Crielaard (VU), project director and the principal investigator, and Ruben Brugge, Stefan Kooi and Anke Stoker, PhD-researchers who carried out most of the surveys and remote sensing work for this project. The project profited much from collaboration with Dr. Pari Kalamara, Ephorate of Antiquities of Euboea (Eph.A), Dr. Donald Keller, South Euboean Exploration Project (SEEP), Dr. Jere Wickens, Bouros-Kastri Survey Project, and Dr. Zarko Tankosic, Norwegian Archaeological Survey Project (NASK).
The digital environment of the present Knowledge Hub is created by Dr. Maurice de Kleijn and Chris Lucas, SPINLab, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
The Knowledge Hub has been developed using Free and Open Source Software. The code is accesible via this link: https://github.com/SPINLab/seslr-sdi