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Conference: XII Nordic TAG (Theoretical Archaeology Group)
In the session "On the relationship between past and the present in
Archaeological remains and objects need to be interpreted to give meaning today. For , experiments are needed in order to understand how objects were made, how constructions can have looked like and how people in the past acted. Experiments will be defined in cooperation with experimental archaeology experts and universities. The experimental actions will, however, be limited to those that have an immediate result on the visitor experience, or that can be used as visitor attractions by themselves.
All the partner museums will conduct experimental actions during the project. Our plan includes, for example, life experiments, works, development with re-enacting activities, and object replicating processes.
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