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If you have an iPad, you may be interested in a new app called ‘Archaeology Britain’ that has been produced by the Archaeology Data Service. This is free and available to download from the iTunes App Store.

The description states: ArchBrit app presents the archaeology of some of Britain’s most important sites in an accessible manner. The app combines interesting content held by the British Library with contextual records from Archaeology Data Service (ADS) to construct unique visions of some of Britain’s favourite archaeological sites. Much of the apps content has been curated in an attempt to show uncommon and rarely seen perspectives of the sites and monuments.

I haven’t had a go with it myself yet, but the screenshots look good. I’d be interested to receive feedback from anyone who does have a go with it. Is it useful? Is it worth recommending to others? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.

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