Archaeology & Archeological Artifacts

The "Archaeological Facts" database is designed to meticulously document and manage information related to archaeological discoveries, exhibitions, and the archaeologists involved. This system provides a comprehensive record of facts and their associated exhibitions, ensuring that significant findings are well-documented and accessible for research, display, and educational purposes.
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The "Facts" table captures detailed information about each archaeological finding. It includes the title of the fact, the name of the archaeologist who discovered it, the category, status, size, and a description of the fact. Additionally, it stores a photo of the finding, other relevant details, and the date of its discovery. This table ensures that each archaeological fact is thoroughly documented and easily retrievable for future reference and study.

The "Exhibitions" table contains information about exhibitions where archaeological facts are displayed. It includes the exhibition's name, dates it opened and closed, location, and a description. This table helps in organizing and managing exhibitions, ensuring that each event is well-documented and the information is easily accessible for planning and historical record-keeping.

The "Facts in Exhibitions" table links archaeological facts to the exhibitions in which they are displayed. It includes the title of the fact, the name of the exhibition, the dates the exhibition opened and closed, and a photo of the fact. This table is crucial for tracking which facts were featured in which exhibitions, providing a clear history of how and where findings have been showcased.

The "Archaeologists" table stores detailed information about the archaeologists involved in discovering and researching facts. It includes their full name, specialization, photo, country of origin, date of birth, and other relevant details. This table helps in maintaining a comprehensive record of the professionals contributing to the field of archaeology, facilitating recognition and collaboration within the community.

To help you make the system work for your needs, we have developed the following service program:

  • Discuss your needs with our staff.
  • We’ll determine and confirm the workflow logic of your database.
  • We’ll create a ready-to-use database to fit your exact business model.
  • You’ll get a solution designed especially for your needs.

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(up to 4 hours of consulting work).

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