Selected data from the necropolis excavations and survey are made available in an open form, links are provided below.

Survey data repositories

  • panormos/survey-data – current release: 0.1.0 –
  • panormos/survey-spatial – by request only
  • panormos/survey-design – in prep., currently by request only
  • panormos/survey-analysis – in prep., currently by request only
  • panormos/survey-photo-archive – in prep., currently by request only
  • panormos/team – in prep., currently by request only

-> For background to the survey project see Survey.
-> For motivations and background to Open Data pilot see Strupler and Wilkinson 2017 (link coming soon).

Necropolis Excavations data repositories

  • panormos/necropolis-data – in prep.
  • panormos/necropolis-spatial – in prep.


Conditions of use

Please read the LICENSE files contained within each release for the specific conditions of release. In most instances, data is released under a conditional or time-limited open license. For example, for 5 years after release, a so-called Observation Phase, data may only be examined and reviewed on a personal basis, and derivative works are not allowed. This is to allow time for the original authors to prepare their own publications. After this, derivative works are allowed with due attribution only.

Courtesy clause: We do additionally ask that if you make use of the data that you voluntarily inform us of your planned or enacted re-use so that we can put people in contact who are working on the same topics to promote collaboration and avoidance of needless overlapping work.


For further data requests or queries, including informing us on planned data use or derivative publications, please contact .

Live data repositories

The live data for Project Panormos is stored on a working repository, “Midden” (hosted at University of Cambridge): Access to this server currently requires individual credentials, but may be available to interested bona fide researchers from outside the team on request.
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( Toby Wilkinson • 11 Nov 2017)
Toby Wilkinson, 2017. Project Panormos: Data; 11 Nov 2017. <> accessed 20 Nov 2017.