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Backen im Lehmbackofen - Ein Erfahrungsbericht

NAGL, S.., "Backen im Lehmbackofen - Ein Erfahrungsbericht", Bajuwarenhof Kirchheim – Projekt für lebendige Archäologie des frühen Mittelalters, vol. Jahresschrift 2011, München, Verlag und Druckerei Hintermaier, pp. 72-81, 2011.

An Experimental Approach to Studying the Technology of Pottery Decoration

Golnaz Hossein Mardi (CA)
8th UK EA Conference Oxford 2014
***The early Middle Chalcolithic pottery tradition of Seh Gabi Tepe in Iran is called Dalma tradition. Among the different types of Dalma pottery, I have focused on monochrome painted ceramics, to investigate, by means of experimental analysis, how their decoration technology was undertaken...

Book Review: Aurignacian Clay Hearths from Klissoura Cave 1: An experimental approach by Małgorzata Kot

Silje Evjenth Bentsen (SA)
About 90 concave, clay-lined hearths were identified during excavations of Aurignacian layers (ca. 35000BC in Klissoura Cave 1, Greece). Only two similar combustion features, identified at the Czech site Dolni Věstonice and defined as kilns, were known from Palaeolithic contexts before the excavations at Klissoura...

Clay processing

WILSON, R., "Clay processing", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 45, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 64-67, Spring 2013.

Metalworking: Roman Figurines

Ratna Drost (NL)

The small bronze, terracotta or clay figures were mostly made for ritual of religious purposes. However, some of them were used as toys for children, even when not specifically made for that purpose. Most of the figures were made in quite large numbers using molds. Like the more monumental sculptures, they were painted in bright colors.

Living in the Mud (Ben Claasz Coockson)

EIMERMANN, E., "Living in the Mud (Ben Claasz Coockson)", Bulletin voor Archeologische Experimenten en Educatie, vol. 16, issue 2-3, Leiden, VAEE, pp. 27-29, 10/2011.

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