Mediterranean Archaeology GIS

version 1.6

NOTE: MAGIS is a work in progress.
We have many projects to enter and edit, and we thank you for your patience and your help.
Currently there are 382 projects in the CGMA database.
Welcome to MAGIS, an inventory of regional survey projects in the greater Mediterranean region. To search the database, please choose one of the options at the left.

The Spatial Search   allows users to zoom to a specific region of the Mediterranean or to view all projects currently entered (for which we have coordinates).

The Google™ Earth Browse   downloads an automatically updating .kmz file that, when opened in Google™ Earth 5.0 or later, allows users to browse and interact with all survey projects in the MAGIS database for which spatial (coordinate) data are available. More info...

The Database Search   allows queries based on specific fields in the database.

We also invite scholars to enter the metadata about their own projects by using the Data Entry   form.

Our Help   pages offer detailed explanations about the search and data entry options, as well as browser support and the user interface. You can access the Help pages directly on each page by clicking on the symbol.

If you have corrections to or comments about projects already in the system, please contact us at   (a link to this address exists at the bottom of every page). Contact us at the same address if you are interested in the code developed for MAGIS. Thank you!
The data and illustrations contained in MAGIS and maintained by CGMA (The Collaboratory for GIS and Mediterranean Archaeology) are for personal and educational use only.

Commercial use of any kind is prohibited.

Scholarly publications should reference this site as follows:

     Content and Organization:
     P. Foss and R. Schindler (edd.),  MAGIS: Mediterranean Archaeological GIS,  (DePauw University, 2008).

     Technical Infrastructure:
     M. Beth Wilkerson,  MAGIS: Mediterranean Archaeological GIS (code),  (DePauw University, 2008).

Further acknowledgments
  MAGIS conceptualized by the
CGMA Advisory Board.

MAGIS designed and implemented by
M. Beth Wilkerson
at DePauw University,
with contributions from
ITAP Associate Alex Iliev.

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