EXARC Journal 2020/03 published

The 3rd EXARC Journal of 2020 contains 19 articles.

Four of them relate to the Experimental Archaeology Conference #EAC11 in Trento. Other papers come from countries such as Brazil, Iran and Israel. Interpretation and experimental archaeology is as relevant today as ever. Authors of these papers cut into trees, make clay figurines and work with textiles in the classroom. Some questions answered include: is this really a useful Stone Age flute? What can we learn from a medieval household manual by following its recipes? Our articles also show that museums are involved in research a lot. 

In our Mixed Matters, a Danish approach to using fighting Vikings as an exercise in community and camaraderie catches interest, but we also discuss books on brewing, ship building and textiles…