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Butser Ancient Farm (EN)

The Butser Project started off 1972 as an archaeological field laboratory themed with the Iron Age, funded by the Council for British Archaeology, British Academy and other minor sponsors. By that time, little was known about this period. Dr Peter Reynolds was the driving force for Butser...

Gastroliths as artifacts

JONES, S., "Gastroliths as artifacts", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 2010, issue 40, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 33-34, Fall 2010.

On the trail of Genghis Khan

CONSTANTINO, M., "On the trail of Genghis Khan", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 2010, issue 40, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 30-32, Fall 2010.

Reconstructing life in the Bronze Age

WOOD, J., "Reconstructing life in the Bronze Age", British Archaeology, vol. 6, pp. xx-xx, 07/1995.

What was life actually like in the Bronze Age? How smoky, for instance, was the atmosphere inside a roundhouse? How did Bronze Age women keep flies away from cheese? How comfortable were Bronze Age shoes?

In the main, the only way to gain insight into these sorts of questions is not through conventional archaeology, or the painstaking analysis of finds, but through `experimental archaeology' - that is, by reconstructing a life-size model of a prehistoric settlement, and by attempting to solve through trial and error the day-to-day problems of prehistoric living.

From the mighty acorn: teaching with nuts

WHITTAKER, J. C., "From the mighty acorn: teaching with nuts", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 2010, issue 39, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 72-76, 05/2010.

Kalkoen vòòr 1500 in Europa?

IJZEREEF, G., "Kalkoen vòòr 1500 in Europa?", Bulletin voor Archeologische Experimenten en Educatie (BAEE), vol. 15, issue 1, Baarn, VAEE, pp. 8-10, 2010.

The archaeology of Taste: Gargilius Martialis's Garum

COMIS, L., and C. RE, "The archaeology of Taste: Gargilius Martialis's Garum", euroREA. Journal for (Re)construction and Experiment in Archaeology, vol. 6/2009, Chlumec nad Cidlinou (CZ), EXARC, pp. 33-38, 2009.

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