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Dödens hand -en essä om brons- och hällsmeden

GOLDHAHN, J., "Dödens hand -en essä om brons- och hällsmeden", GOTARC Series C, vol. Arkeologiska Skrifter No 65, Göteborg, Göteborgs Universitet, Institutionen för arkeologi och antikens kultur, 2007.

The Quality of the Craft

Paul Eklöv Petersson (SE)
In this study the sustainability of crucibles used during the Scandinavian Bronze Age is tested. Due to the crucible’s high or low sustainability the idea of it being a disposable object may be ratified or discarded. Earlier experiments focusing on the casting process in Scandinavian Bronze Age have concluded that crucibles such as the ones used during Bronze Age were disposable objects due to low sustainability...

VAEE Celebrates 20 Years

Roeland Paardekooper (NL)

If you live in the Netherlands and work with archaeological open-air museums, archaeological experimentation or education, there is a good chance you are a member of VAEE, the Dutch Association for Experimental Archaeology & Education...

Tècniques de treball dels metalls a l’Esquerda

AMBLÀS i NOVELLAS, O., "Tècniques de treball dels metalls a l’Esquerda", Desperta Ferro! Vida quotidiana, treball, comerç i guerra a l’Esquerda, vol. 1, no. Berikars, Publicacions del Museu Arqueològic de l’Esquerda, Roda de Ter, Museu Arqueològic de l’Esquerda de Roda de Ter, pp. 33-50, 2006.

Fourth Iron Smelting Camp in Hungary

Adam Thiele (HU)
The Somogy Provincial Association for Nature Conservation (SPANC) has organized the fourth Iron Smelting Camp in Hungary between 28 July and 1 August. The accommodation was in the ‘Kund-castle’ and food was provided by SPANC...

Results of a discussion on the state of experimental archaeology in Switzerland

T. Doppler,
S. Osimitz,
K. Schäppi (CH)
On 27 March 2010, the board of the Working Group on Experimental Archaeology in Switzerland (AEAS-GAES) invited a panel of experts to hold a public debate in Olten on whether the incentives that had existed at the time still played their part, how they were now constituted and what the future perspectives were...


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