What to do with all the data we have collected? We are able to display the results of our historical research in innovative digital ways, including interactive maps, data visualizations and interactive timelines. This work is open source and freely available, and we hope that it will offer an opportunity to extend and enhance the scholarly conversations about the collected research material.
We use the Omeka content management system to store and display our work, and
Preliminary work on a Neatline map visualizing Theodore Davis’s excavations in the Valley of the Kings is here. It’s currently a work in progress so watch this space as we create digital exhibits for each of the tombs Davis discovered, and link this material with related contemporary correspondence, diaries and other historical ephemera.