Forget ‘X’ marks the spot.
An amazing online map has been produced that pinpoints all the archaeological treasures around Europe – and further afield – and pulls up information about them at the click of a button.
Called Vici, the interactive digital map is described as an ‘archaeological atlas of classical antiquity’.
It’s inspired by Wikipedia, with more than 400 contributors adding pictures and information about sites and artefacts to the map since it launched in 2011. To date, there are more than 85,000 locations marked on the map and nearly 40,000 images.
Making them easy to track down,…