The research project of Digital Crete: Mediterranean Cultural Itineraries aims to create and make available to the public thematic and multidimensional cultural information regarding Archaeology, History, Musicology, Environment and History of Art of Crete. The project intends to provide the opportunity to researchers of Greece and abroad to draw useful information that can be used for their own study or comparative studies in other regions in the wider Eastern Mediterranean.
Within the framework of the project, a digital archive with short video interviews from researchers that deal with the culture and the archaeology of Crete was created. The interviews were taken in a free format and researchers had the opportunity to express their opinions for their work, their ideas and thoughts for their general field of expertise related to their research in the archaeology of Crete. The interviews are accessible through the WEB site of Digital Crete and constitute an investment for the study of the development and the history of archaeology in the region.
We would like to express our sincere thanks to all who participated and contributed in this effort. We believe that such collaborations contribute considerably in the promotion of issues that concern the archaeological research in Crete, the exchange of experiences and the diffusion of ideas.
Brogan, Thomas M.
D’Agata, Anna Lucia
Driessen, Gaignerot Floura
La Rosa, Vincenzo
Morrison, Jeroden Elizabeth
Archaeologist, Scuola Archaeologica Italiana di Atene, Universita di Palermo