The 2017-2 issue of the EXARC Journal is published now, with 11 articles divided over four sections.
Six articles are Mixed Matters, five are Peer-Reviewed. The articles come from a wide variety of countries and cover themes including an Event in the Czech Republic, Prehistoric Beekeeping, the Colour Palette of Antique Bronzes, Stable British Archaeological Open-Air Museums and Making a Mongol Era Bow. And of course book & conference reviews.
It is available at
From May 15th EXARC Journal 2015-2 is Open Access!
The list below shows the Peer-Reviewed Contents of Issue 2017-2:
Archaeological Open-Air Museum
Build It and They Will Come: Managing archaeological open-air museums in Britain for Stability
Lydia Hendry (UK)
Prehistoric Beekeeping in Central Europe - A themed guided tour at Zeiteninsel, Germany
Sonja Guber (DE)
“Days of Living Archaeology” at the Prehistoric Archaeopark Všestary, Czech Republic
Radomír Tichý (CZ)
The Colour Palette of Antique Bronzes: An Experimental Archaeology Project
Jonathan Devogelaere (FR)
The Modern Reproduction of a Mongol Era Bow based on historical facts and ancient technology research
Jason Wayne Beever (USA) and Zoran Pavlović (RS)