Online Issues

Issue 2018/2

EXARC JOURNAL 2018/2

With articles about earth ovens, a weaving loom, learning to recreate, recreating to learn, Colonial Williamsburg, a Bronze Age longhouse, Inca & Egyptian mummification and experimental approaches to student success.

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Issue 2018/1

EXARC JOURNAL 2018/1

This Issue includes articles on bronze patination, building a watchtower, re-rolling a mummy, taking vacation in the past, a rattle with animal teeth, prehistoric dances, Iberian pottery and Roman woodworking tools.

© EXARC, 2018; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2017/4

EXARC JOURNAL 2017/4

This Issue contains articles on Roman Experimental Archaeology in Ireland, Medieval Food, Glass Bead Making, challenging Modern Assumptions about Metal Recycling and the Mechanics of Splitting Wood.

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Issue 2017/3

EXARC JOURNAL 2017/3

With a.o. the Ancient Greek Long Jump, a Sherd Shatter Patterns Experiment, Experimentation and Outreach in Catalonia, Twenty Years Experimental Archaeology in Poland and nine book, conference and event reviews.

© EXARC, 2017; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2017/2

EXARC JOURNAL 2017/2

More about 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.

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Issue 2017/1

EXARC JOURNAL 2017/1

With Bronze Age Ceramics in Siberia, Experiential Archaeology at an Archeopark, the Potential for Open-Air Sites, Museums as Good Places and Painting Bronze Age Plaster; also eight brief pieces.

© EXARC, 2017; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2016/4

EXARC JOURNAL 2016/4

A Danish Boat as Open Source Project, a Minoan Experimental House, Outdoor Travelling as Reenactment and Living History in German Archaeological Open-Air Museums. Mixed Matters from South Africa and more.

© EXARC, 2016; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2016/3

EXARC JOURNAL 2016/3

A Tour with Hands-On Objects, an Attacking Tooth Worm, Insulating Walls in the Bronze Age, Flintknapping at Archaeological Open-Air Museums, an Experimental Hut in Sicily and Cooking in Baskets Using Hot Rocks.

© EXARC, 2016; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2016/2

EXARC JOURNAL 2016/2

Using Volunteers in Archaeological Open-Air Museums, the Spatial Structure of Museums, an Open-Air Museum in Austria, Use Wear on Bronze Age Hammers, Spiral Tube Decorations and A Medieval Broken Leg.

© EXARC, 2016; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2016/1

EXARC JOURNAL 2016/1

Playing with the Past? Or Saving Our Future?, Making and Using a Glass Furnace, Salt Production in the UK, Burning Pig Bones in Denmark, Lessons from a Study of Reenactment and several Reviews.

© EXARC, 2016; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2015/4

EXARC JOURNAL 2015/4

Montale, (In)tangible Knowledge, Lessons Learnt from Reconstructing Roundhouses, Experience with Building Mesolithic Huts, Access to Cultural Heritage Sites for All, Stone Age Glue and Needlework the Pazyryk Way.

© EXARC, 2015; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2015/3

EXARC JOURNAL 2015/3

What Does Your Visitor Experience? An Experimental Camp, Assessing Knapping Skills, A Gaulish Throwing Stick, Bronze Age Metal Casting in Italy and Building a Neolithic Longhouse in Austria.

© EXARC, 2015; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2015/2

EXARC JOURNAL 2015/2

From Roman Matron to Modern Icon, Steinzeitpark Dithmarschen, How did They Drill That?, Museum Theatre in Greece, Making Wine like the Iberians, Neolithic Woodworking and Yeavering Reconsidered.

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Issue 2015/1

EXARC JOURNAL 2015/1

Get into the Grave, Putting on a Show, Reconstructing Houses in Poland, two Book Reviews, an Interview (Linda Hurcombe), Obituary (Mats Geschwind) and a Discussion on Experimental versus Experiential Archaeology.

© EXARC, 2015; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2014/4

EXARC JOURNAL 2014/4

The Prometheus Project, Impressions in Pottery from Linen and Woollen Textiles, Iberian Pottery Kiln Burning, Interviews from Hungary and greece, Book reviews and How to Organize an Archaeological Open-Air Museum.

© EXARC, 2014; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2014/3

EXARC JOURNAL 2014/3

Experiments with Felsite from Shetland, Pottery Decoration, Dyeing Kettles from Pompeii, reinventing the Egyptian Pulley, A Greek Interview and Review of a Spanish Experimental Archaeology Conference.

© EXARC, 2014; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2014/2

EXARC JOURNAL 2014/2

Interpreting the Interpreter, Archaeological Live Interpretations, Docu-Soaps and Themed Walks, Minoan Chisels, Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA) and Reenactment and Medieval Iron Smelting.

© EXARC, 2014; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2014/1

EXARC JOURNAL 2014/1

The Impact of Living History on Young People, Mummification of Votive Birds, Italian Bronze Age Sword Production, the Registry of Memory Process in Experimental Archaeology and Stone Casting Moulds.

© EXARC, 2014; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2013/3

EXARC JOURNAL 2013/1

Air Quality in Reconstructed Houses, People Want Quality and will Pay, Smelting with Public, Neolithic House Reconstruction and Modern Architecture, Acorn Bread, Lost Wax Bronze Disk Making and Cherokee Blowguns.

© EXARC, 2013; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2013/2

EXARC JOURNAL 2013/1

Lithic Experiments, a Tile Kiln, A Museum/Playground, Experimental Cremation, High Carbon Steel, Bone Splinters, Warrior Reconstruction, Scandinavian House Reconstructions and Viking Brewing.

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Issue 2013/1

EXARC JOURNAL 2013/1

Gene Fornby in Sweden, Recreating the Roman Fonseca Hairstyle, Crafting the Past, the Quality of the Craft, Drying Meat in the Ice Age and Roman Lime Burning; includes Conference & Book Reviews, 20 Years VAEE (NL).

© EXARC, 2013; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2012/3

EXARC JOURNAL 2012/3

Ancient Repairs on Bronze Objects, Bronze Sheet a la Cellini, a Merovingian Treasure Box, Precision Lost Wax Casting, Cold Gilding, Experimental Archaeology in Switzerland, Authenticity: Fiction? Etruscan Pottery Kilns.

© EXARC, 2012; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2012/2

EXARC JOURNAL 2012/2

Aeneolithic Potters, History of Archaeological Open-Air Museums, Living History and Adult Education, Public Outreach in the Drents Museum, an Iron Age Horse Bridle and Lead Weights on Roman Plumbata.

© EXARC, 2012; ISSN: 2212-8956

Issue 2012/1

EXARC JOURNAL 2012/1

Prehispanic Bells, the Experiment & the Umbrella, Iron Smelting, Building a Round Church, Roseldorf Rekonstruiert, Butser, Medieval Gambling, Archaeological Rafts, Roman Fish Sauce, Re-enactment in Lejre.

© EXARC, 2012; ISSN: 2212-8956