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Schwarzfärben

RINGENBERG, S., "Schwarzfärben", Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa, Bilanz 2009, vol. Heft 8, Bad Langensalza, Europäische Vereinigung zur Förderung der Experimentellen Archäologie e.V., pp. 115-120, 2009.

Experiments on clothing – revealing more than expected

KANIA, K., "Experiments on clothing – revealing more than expected", Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa, Bilanz 2009, vol. Heft 8, Bad Langensalza, Europäische Vereinigung zur Förderung der Experimentellen Archäologie e.V., pp. 105-114, 2009.

Þjóðveldisbærinn Viking Farm Stöng (IS)

Although possibly Romans but surely Irish monks had gone before the Vikings, Iceland’s foundation is calculated as having started in 874. Iceland was an independent commonwealth when in 1104 the volcano Hekla in the southern region of Árnessýsla erupted, it had a devastating effect on the rivervalley of Þjórsá...

Eiríksstaðir (IS)

Haukadalur is an area in the Northwest of the country. This was the home of the famous Erik the Red, around the year 1000 AD. He first became famous after he was sent into exile due to several murders committed. He was forced to leave the island and sailed west and hit on Greenland...

La valorisation de l’archéologie par la reconstitution. Panorama Européen

DAVAL, C., "La valorisation de l’archéologie par la reconstitution. Panorama Européen", Gestion et présentation des oppida, un panorama européen. Management and presentation of oppida, a European overview, vol. 15, Beroun (CZ), Bibracte; Institut archéologique de Bohême central (ÚAPPSČ), pp. 135-146, 26/09/2007, 2008.

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