In this month’s episode of Finally Friday we are talking sustainable and natural buildings! Most of us live in and around buildings every day, but could going back to historic or natural building techniques add new dimension to our architecture?
Shedding New Light on the Pure Copper Metallurgy of the Chalcolithic Southern Levant Through an Archaeological Experiment
Crafting Beyond Habitual Practices: Assessing the Production of a House Urn from Iron Age Central Italy
Textile Textured Silver Ingots: A Technical Investigation into how these Textures came to be on some Viking Hoard Ingots
A poorly draining soil which is pliable when wet, used to make pottery, bricks and ceramics.
Definition source: Chambers 21st Century Dictionary