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Jaciment Arqueològic L'Esquerda (CAT)

The site l’Esquerda represents the Iberian Era (5th – 1st century BC) as well as the period between the 7th and 14th century AD. The area presented is the Plana de Vic, and the valley of the river Ter, all 70 km north from Barcelona, in the inner lands of Catalonia...

Prähistorische Abteilung des Naturhistorischen Museums (AT)

The Natural History Museum of Vienna holds some of the most remarkable prehistoric finds. In display halls covering 8.700² metres the visitor can travel through our planet's history, through the breathtaking diversity of nature and...

Experimentelle Archäologie Schweiz / Archéologie Expérimentale Suisse (EAS / AES) (CH)

National Swiss organisation for experimental archaeology.
EAS is an association with about 100 members in Switzerland and abroad, which actively or passively support experimental archaeology and promote it...

Ancient wood, woodworking and wooden houses

J. M. Coles (UK)

1987 ESF Proceedings
The 1980s was the beginning of a boom in the construction of archaeologically inspired buildings inside and outside archaeological open-air museums.
*** This article introduces a record on the management and use of prehistoric woodland gained from the research of the Somerset Levels...

The scientific basis for the reconstruction of prehistoric and protohistoric houses

Peter J. Reynolds (UK)

1987 ESF Proceedings
The 1980s was the beginning of a boom in the construction of archaeologically inspired buildings inside and outside archaeological open-air museums.
*** The purpose of this paper was to explore the scientific basis of building reconstructions...

Publishing Archaeological Experiments: a quick guide for the uninitiated

Alan K. Outram (UK)

How to publish Experimental Archaeology?
*** As an academic archaeologist engaged in experimental archaeology, I frequently find myself frustrated by three different types of archaeological publication...

For the Reader’s Sake: Publishing Experimental Archaeology

James R. Mathieu (US)

How to publish Experimental Archaeology?
*** Archaeological experiments should be presented as concisely as possible, with a clear explanation of the reason (or justification) for the experiment and the significance (and limitations) of the results...

Remarks to the publication of archaeological experiments

Martin Schmidt (DE)

How to publish Experimental Archaeology?
*** Archaeological experiments are published in a large variety of ways. To me, it seems that most of these are experience focused rather than result oriented messages, or rather essays...

Presentation of Archaeology and Archaeological Experiment

Radomír Tichý (CZ)

How to publish Experimental Archaeology?
*** This article discusses the relationship between presentation of archaeology and archaeological experiment in open-air museums. Presentation of the results of archaeological research represents a wide range of activities...

Principles of experimental research in archaeology

Peter Kelterborn (CH)

How to publish Experimental Archaeology?
*** Summary from three previous publications by Peter Kelterborn. This article characterizes some basic aspects of carrying out an archaeological experiment...

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