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Field archaeology only recently developed centralized systems for data curation, management, and reuse. Data documentation guidelines, standards, and ontologies have yet to see wide adoption in this discipline. Moreover, repository practices have focused on supporting data collection, deposit, discovery, and access more than data reuse. In this paper we examine the needs of archaeological data reusers, particularly the context they need to understand, verify, and trust data others collectdoi:10.1145/2467696.2467712 dblp:conf/jcdl/FanielKKBY13 fatcat:zgxifxtudjejxdyea24lcztwqa