Abstract : Semantic wikis have shown their ability to allow knowledge management and collaborative authoring. They are particularly appropriate for scientific collaboration. This paper details the main concepts and the architecture of WikiBridge, a semantic wiki, and its application in the archaelogical domain. Archaeologists primarily have a document-centric work. Adding meta-information in the form of annotations has proved useful to enhance search. WikiBridge combines models and ontologies to increase data consistency within the wiki. Moreover, it allows several types of annotations: simple annotations, n-ary relations and recursive annotations. The consistency of these annotations is checked synchronously or asynchronously by using structural or domain constraints.