EXARC Journal - Latest Articles
“Cuts Stones of all Sorts, In the Best Manner…”: Experiments in 18th Century lapidary work in America
Conference Review: Innovation begins within. Resilient museums in times of disruption, NEMO 2022
Obituary: Anne Reichert (10 June 1935 - 8 May 2022)
Book Review: Craft Sciences by Tina Westerlund et al (eds)
Call for information: Recycling in the Late Neolithic at the Vlaardingen site of Den Haag-Steynhof
The Putting life into Late Neolithic houses project looks at all the different aspects of what life could have been like for “the people in the Rhine/Meuse delta at about c. 2900 – 2500 BC.” (www.puttinglife.com). This is not only done by academic research, experiments, and material analysis, but also through illustrations produced by archaeological reconstruction illustrator Kelvin Wilson.