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Help thatching a roof at Celtic Harmony

Winter is coming, please help thatch a roof over our head! Please support this crowdfunder. The Thatch a Roundhouse Project aims to create a richer learning experience by thatching the latest of five new Iron Age Roundhouses at Celtic Harmony Camp...

Experimental Archaeology Online Collection

EXARC and tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record) produced the Experimental Archaeology Collection, a place for sharing and preserving data and results of experimental archaeology. The collection currently consists of 11,000 citations from the EXARC bibliography, developed by Dr Roeland Paardekooper, and the collection is managed by Dr Jodi Reeves Eyre...

Bärnau builds 14th century imperial palace

EXARC member „Geschichtspark Bärnau“ is situated in Southern Germany, very close to the Czech border. From 2010 onward, the museum shows life between the 8th and 13th century...

Summer School: Tool Function in the Past

This course on Use-Wear, Residues and Techno Morphological Analysis of Stone and Ceramic Materials will be in June 2017 and lasts one week. Director: Prof. Cristina Lemorini, Sapienza, Universita di Roma
The application submission will be published from January March 2017...

EAA 2016 in Vilnius

The European Association of Archaeologists held its annual conference in 2016 in Vilnius, Lithuania. About 1,500 participants attended a program with a similar number of papers in over 100 sessions...

Visit to Kernave, Lithuania

EXARC recently visited the State Cultural Reserve of Kernave, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004 and also long-time member of EXARC. Kernave is the location of an early centre of power in Lithuania and has excellently preserved material from the 13th and 14th century...

Fundraising to launch Butser Roman Villa into the future

Butser Ancient Farm will soon be launching a brand new campaign to renovate their iconic Roman villa. Built in 2003, the villa starred in the famous ‘Rebuilding the Past’ documentary on the Discovery Channel, a show that was watched by thousands of people across the country. Thirteen years later, the farm now welcomes 30,000 schoolchildren and 20,000 visitors every year – and the heavy footfall is starting to show!

New EXARC Journal out

For the most recent Journal, you need to log in to read articles such as “The Attack of the Tooth Worm” or “An Energy Saving House from 3400 Years Ago”. You will find the full issue here: http://journal.exarc.net/issue-2016-3

Issues regarding the Schöningen spears in Germany

The Schöningen Spears are eight wooden throwing spears from the Palaeolithic Age, that were found between 1994 and 1998 in the open-cast lignite mine, Schöningen, county Helmstedt, Germany...

Call for Papers: 10th experimental archaeology conference

We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 10th Experimental Archaeology Conference (#EAC10), which will be held in Leiden, Netherlands, on the 20th-22nd April 2017...

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