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Harold Mytum and Richard Veit

Part I: Exploring Surface, Subsurface and Documentary Evidence

Chapter 1. Applying Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) to Record and Interpret Mortuary Monuments
Harold Mytum

Chapter 2. Reevaluating Empty Sections Within Historic Cemeteries: Discovering Victims of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic
Mark Nonestied

Chapter 3. Is Anyone Out There? Survey and Research Techniques for CRM Projects when Burial Grounds/Cemeteries Border Construction Projects
Mickey Dobbin and Bob Dean

Chapter 4. Who Lies Where? A Land and Air-based Survey Methodology for Documenting Historic Cemeteries
Richard W. Hunter, James S. Lee III, Alexis Alemy and Evan Mydlowski

Part II: Field Recording of Monuments and Burial Ground Management

Chapter 5. Now You See It, Now You Don’t: Evaluating Earlier Cemetery Monument Records through Modern Recording
Anne G. Giesecke and Dan Steffen

Chapter 6. An International Mortuary Monument Recording System - From Site Analysis to International Comparative Studies
Harold Mytum

Chapter 7. “As Old as Pompeii or Herculaneum”: Kolkata, India’s South Park Street Cemetery, An Example of Rapid Recording
Richard Veit   

Chapter 8. Standing for Sacred Spaces: NC Division of Cultural Resources and the African American Burial Ground Network Act
Melissa A Timo

Chapter 9. Mourning and Remembering Deceased Companion Species: Mortuary Monuments and Graves for Horses in Finland
Tiina Äikäs, Janne Ikäheimo, Tuija Kirkinen, Karin Hemmann, and Päivi Laine

Chapter 10. Preserving the Rainbow Bridge: Recording Pet Cemeteries
Eric Tourigny

Part III: Archiving and Dissemination

Chapter 11. Discovering England's Burial Spaces (DEBS): Using Digital Tools in Graveyard Recording and Archiving
Julian D Richards, Toby Pillatt, Debbie Maxwell, Gareth Beale and Nicole Smith

Chapter 12. The Cemetery Surveyor Application: Non-paper data Collection Methods in Luxembourg Burial Grounds
Christoph K. Streb, Cyrille Médard de Chardon, and Thomas Kolnberger

Chapter 13. Burial Grounds on the Web: Reviewing the Role of Digital Data beyond Genealogy, and how Historical Archaeology can play its part
Anna Fairley Nielsson

Chapter 14. Burial Ground Recording and Analysis: Where Next?
Harold Mytum and Richard Veit


Innovation and Implementation

Critical Reflections on New Approaches to Historic Mortuary Data Collection, Analysis, and Dissemination

Edited by Harold Mytum and Richard Veit

284 pages, 67 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80539-045-9 Hb Published (July 2023)

eISBN 978-1-80539-046-6 eBook