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Conference: A Trip to the Birthplace of Experimental Archaeology

Artūrs Tomsons (LV)
Summer is already coming to an end, but in experimental archaeology, season is not important. Following the conclusion of a field course in experimental archaeology held in the University of Latvia, it is hoped that a short report and perhaps a more detailed article will be produced in the future...

Hur det hela började

SYDBERG, E., "Hur det hela började", Seminarierapport traditionell skinngarvning, CBM:s Skriftserie, vol. Seminarium om traditionell skinngarvning på Bäckedals Folkhögskola, issue 35, Sveg & Uppsala, Bäckedals Folkhögskola & Naptek Centrum för biologisk mångfald, pp. 10-11, 13/11/1999, 2010.

Ursprung und Idee des europäischen Freilichtmuseums

BENGTSSON, B., "Ursprung und Idee des europäischen Freilichtmuseums", Berichte aus dem Schleswig-Holsteinischen Freilichtmuseum, vol. 3-4, Neumünster, das Schleswig-Holsteinischen Freilichtmuseum, pp. 3-14, 1967.

Creating a history of experimental archaeology

REEVES FLORES, J., "Creating a history of experimental archaeology", Experimentation and Interpretation: The Use of Experimental Archaeology in the Study of the Past, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 29-45, 2010.

ARES - Archeologia, Reenacment e Storia (IT)

ARES (Archaeology, History and Re-enactment) is a cultural non-profit organization, which raises the aim of highlighting the history of our country. We believe that to achieve this goal it is essential to involve the public, transmitting knowledge through direct contact as possible with the past. To this end, ARES uses different types of languages, some known, and others less common in Italy...

A Personal Experience in Communicating History: Tales From the River Trent

Sophia Collins (UK)

Saturday 1 September dawns gloriously, and is unseasonably sunny. Our fingers are crossed that this is the Indian Summer we'd been praying for all August since we intend to do a lot of walking in the next three weeks...

Book Review: La arqueología reconstructiva y el factor didáctico by Santacana and Masriera

Victor Manuel Lopez-Menchero Bendicho (ES)

Both in Europe and in the US there is a multitude of archaeological sites which are shown to the general public either partially or completely rebuilt. This pattern, which is standard practice in many countries, is sternly contested and rejected in others, giving rise to a 200 year old international debate...


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