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With modern means of communication, the profession of archaeology gains unprecedented possibilities. Thoughtful digital data management became a key ingredient in constructing and applying scientific knowledge. Through digital media, archaeologists are increasingly and inevitably engaged in a cooperative system of stakeholders, which affects many existing norms of disciplinary behaviour. One of the grand challenges for archaeology is not just the use of software or the Web, but to understand their effects on the very core of its method, and to create a cyberinfrastructure for its own. My essay examines one of the key component of this process, digital data publication.

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