There exists a startlingly wide variety of options for archaeologists and cultural heritage professionals seeking software and tools to store, preserve, and share digital archaeological data. The options range from commercial to non-commercial, proprietary to open source, and centralized to decentralized. It is within this context that this talk will introduce and discuss KORA, an open source digital repository platform originally designed to store, share, preserve, publish, and distribute cultural heritage content. Developed by Michigan State University’s MATRIX: The Center for the Arts, Letters, and Social Sciences Online, KORA has been used in a wide variety of cultural heritage digital library, archive, and repository projects over the past 10 years. This talk will introduce KORA as an ideal tool to store, preserve, publish, and share archaeological and cultural heritage data and content across the spectrum of archaeological settings. Ultimately, the goal of this talk is not to suggest KORA as the “one ring” of digital repository tools for archaeological content and data, quite the contrary. Instead, the goal is to place KORA within a rich diverse ecosystem of standards-based tools for archaeological data storage, preservation, sharing, and publication.