Archaeology studies mainly two types of material data; objects and space. Space, either as an environment surrounding the objects, or created by the objects, appears in the archeological discourse in various forms: archeological site, settlement, subject of historical topography, natural environment, landscape. Map design constitutes a key tool for displaying and studying archaeological data in relation to space. In our digital age, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) allow the creation of interactive maps / research tools that can be addressed to various users with different needs and interests. The current map of the ARENA project could be counted among these tools.