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1999
IJZEREEF, G. F., "The reconstruction of sites in the archaeological theme park ARCHEON in the Netherlands", The Constructed Past, experimental archaeology, education and the public, London, New York, Routledge, pp. 171-180, 1999.
OKAMURA, K., and R C. CONDON, "Reconstruction sites and education in Japan: a case study from the Kansai region", The Constructed Past, experimental archaeology, education and the public, London, New York, Routledge, pp. 63-75, 1999.
JAMESON jr, J. H., and W. J. HUNT jr, "Reconstruction versus preservation-in-place in the US National Park Service", The Constructed Past, experimental archaeology, education and the public, London, New York, Routledge, pp. 35-62, 1999.
NOËL HUME, I., "Resurrection and deification at Colonial Williamsburg, USA", The Constructed Past, experimental archaeology, education and the public, London, New York, Routledge, pp. 90-103, 1999.
SCHADLA-HALL, T., "Shakespeare's Globe: 'As faithful a copy as scholarship ... could get'; 'A bit of a bastard'", The Constructed Past, experimental archaeology, education and the public, London, New York, Routledge, pp. 104-123, 1999.
SOMMER, U., "Slavonic archaeology: Groß Raden, an open air museum in a unified Germany", The Constructed Past, experimental archaeology, education and the public, London, New York, Routledge, pp. 157-170, 1999.
1994
STONE, P. G., and P. PLANEL, "Introduction", The multifaceted aims of reconstruction sites: archaeological evidence, reconstruction of sites, education and public awareness. WAC-3 precirculated papers, pp. xx-xx, 1994.
STONE, P. G., and P. PLANEL, "Introduction", The multifaceted aims of reconstruction sites: archaeological evidence, reconstruction of sites, education and public awareness. WAC-3 precirculated papers, pp. xx-xx, 1994.

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