As part of a wider data bundle from this project, this dataset was downloaded 838 times between February 2012 and October 2014 from the UK Archaeology Data Service archive (http://dx.doi.org/10.5284/1024569), but with additional use via the project's website and by personal data exchange. It has been used for Masters-level teaching in at least three different university institutions, and its re-use is also discussed in Bevan, A and Conolly, J 2012. Intensive Survey Data from Antikythera, Greece. Journal of Open Archaeology Data 1:e3 (http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/4f3bcb3f7f21d).
This was a mapping of all observable standing remains (i.e. buildings, rock cuttings, and agricultural installations such as threshing floors and wine presses) across the Greek island of Antikythera. The mapping was made in 2005-2007 via joint consideration of three kinds of evidence: (i) a Quickbird pan-sharpened satellite image, (ii) a comprehensive series for aerial photographs from March 1944 when the island was still under heavy cultivation and field systems were more visible than today, and (iii) field visits of these structures across the whole island, backed up by handheld GPS navigation and mapping.