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On the Possibility of Time Travel

HOLTORF, C., "On the Possibility of Time Travel", Lund Archaeological Review, vol. 2009-2010, Lund, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Lund, pp. 31-42, 2010.

Handcraft as Time Travel

NARMO, L-E., "Handcraft as Time Travel", Lund Archaeological Review, vol. 2009-2010, Lund, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Lund, pp. 43-60, 2010.

Lund Archaeological Review 2009-2010

Lund Archaeological Review 2009-2010, vol. 2009-2010, Lund, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Lund, 2010.

Influences from the Huns on Scandinavian Sacrificial Customs during 300-500 AD

GÖRMAN, M., "Influences from the Huns on Scandinavian Sacrificial Customs during 300-500 AD", The Problem of Ritual: Based on Papers Read at the Symposium on Religious Rites held at Åbo, Finland, on the 13th-16th of August 1991, vol. 15, no. Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis, Åbo, pp. xx-xx, 1993.

Book Review: The Archaeology of Time Travel by Anders Ödman (ed)

Tine Schenck (NO)

At the European Association of Archaeologists' meeting in Malta, September 2008, a session was held on the topic of Archaeology as Time Travel, dedicated to exploring the popular phenomenon of time travel to past times, including a variety of aspects related to materiality/virtuality, the market of time travel experiences, design issues and how time travel should be evaluated as an experience...

Book Review: Sailing into the Past: Learning from Replica Ships by Jenny Bennett (ed)

Roeland Paardekooper (NL)

There must be hundreds of wooden ship replicas across the world, not only the ‘Viking ships’ in Scandinavia, but – as the book Sailing into the past shows, there are many medieval and more recent ones...

Conference: The 1st Annual Seminar of Experimental Archaeology in Norway

Tine Schenck (NO)

Recent years have shown an upsurge of activities related to experimental archaeology in Norway. The time was therefore ripe to arrange a meeting (7 May 2011) and there was talk of forming a formal network for experimental archaeology in Norway. The previous meeting of the sort was in 2005, and the idea of a seminar was well received...

Grundtvig, Life Long Learning in Archaeological Open-Air Museums

Roeland Paardekooper (NL)

In November 2009, the idea for launching a network on adult education in EXARC was picked up. The first step was a preparation meeting in Oerlinghausen, Germany where we met with about 20 EXARC members from almost all corners of Europe. By mid 2010, 15 organisations, including EXARC itself joined in two so called Grundtvig Learning Partnerships, funded by the European Union...

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