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by Lily Díaz

audience who desires to know more about their past. In this task, the archaeologists have had to review their idea ofintentional writing.(Figure 11: Web page with classification system)<http://mlab.uiah.fi/Mulli/html/tyokalut/tools.html>In the case of the designer, she has helped to create a classification system that helps clients find items on the site. This classification is a tree file; searching is done via a customized version of Namazu search engine. (The coding work here has been done by Janne Pietarila.) The classification is useful for those who may not know how to look for something. It is also useful for those who are familiar with the specialized language that the archaeologists use.(Figure 12: Museum node web page)(User needs to have VRML plugin.)<http://mlab.uiah.fi/Mulli/html/tyokalut/gallery_finnish.html>A museum proto node in VRML has been created that allows the client to curate her own gallery show using the resources in the archive. The geometry in this 3D model is created dynamically through a combination of VRML, Java and Perl. Again the coding here was done by Janne Pietarila.CONCLUSION
As a conclusion, digital archives, and archives in general are supposed to reflect the activities of those who engaged in their making. Artists, designers, humanists and scientists come together to create Culture Heritage. One of the ways that this is expressed is in the form of digital archives.