Center for Experimental Archaeology is a non-profit organization with headquarters in Zagreb, Croatia. It was established for development, improvement and promotion of experimental archaeology and experimental approaches to the study of material and immaterial cultural heritage. The main activity of the organisation is directed towards testing the archaeological and anthropological assumptions derived from scientific research of these disciplines. At the same time it promotes the usage of experiments in archaeology, actively educates in their proper utilisation, supports its members during experimentation and encourages them to publish the obtained results.
Center for Experimental Archaeology is a non-profit organization with headquarters in Zagreb, Croatia. It was established for development, improvement and promotion of experimental archaeology and experimental approaches to the study of material and immaterial cultural heritage...
Our Mission is about promoting and spreading culture, research and scientific disclosure, the exchange of knowledge and experiences through the experimental study of ancient technologies, to promote partnerships between the public and private operators of new technology field applied to Archaeology and Cultural heritage, Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing and Geographical Information.
Paleoes - eXperimentalTech archeoDrome wants to work for the development, preservation, protection and fruition of cultural heritage, landscape, cultures and traditions of territories, we want to represent the national community of operators of new technologies and experimental technologies applied to the archaeological branch and Cultural heritage in European and international contexts.
The Centre for Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture (CEAMC) at University College Dublin, Ireland, established since 2012, is one of the only specifically designed and dedicated, on-campus university facilities in the world for experimental archaeology and material culture studies. It supports research projects, innovative teaching, and public outreach activities, so as to enable the creation of a better understanding of the nature and role of crafts, technologies and materiality in people’s lives in the past.
Getting Hammered: The Use of Experimental Archaeology to Interpret Wear on Late Bronze Age Hammers and Modern replicas
Leiden University (founded in 1575) is one of Europe's leading international research-intensive universities. This prominent position gives our graduates an advantage when applying for positions both within and outside the academic world.