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Adam Rabinowitz and his team talk about the use of digital technologies to understand the past.

When Adam Rabinowitz was 15 years old, his aunt, an archaeologist, invited him to join her on a dig in Sicily. More than two decades later, Rabinowitz, now the assistant director at the Institute of Classical Archaeology at The University of Texas at Austin, is still travelling around the world getting dirt under his nails. And though much remains the same about archaeology since he first picked up a trowel, a lot has changed.

Credit: Sean Cunningham, Texas Advanced Computing Center, The University of Texas at Austin

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