You are here

methodology

EXAR Tagung Brugg 2012

Roeland Paardekooper (NL)

In early October 2012, EXAR held its yearly conference in Brugg, Switzerland. EXAR is the European Association for experimental archaeology and has over 150 members. Their highlight is their annual conference and the proceedings, which usually appear 12 months later, which is very fast...

Authenticity is Fiction? Relicts, Narration and Hermeneutics

Jörg van Norden (DE)
In many ways, authenticity is everybody’s darling: the historian searches for authentic, historic texts in order to write down history objectively; the readers, naturally, appreciate an authentic description of the past; and museum visitors want to see authentic originals, not replicas...

A Journey in Time

PETERSSON, B., and L E. NARMO, "A Journey in Time", Acta Archaeologica Lundensia Series in 8-0, vol. 62, Lund, Lund University, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, pp. 27-48, 2011.

Experimental Archaeology, Between Enlightenment and Experience

PETERSSON, B., and L E. NARMO, "Experimental Archaeology, Between Enlightenment and Experience", Acta Archaeologica Lundensia Series in 8-0, vol. 62, Lund, Lund University, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, pp. 296, 2011.

Book Review: Experimental Archaeology – Between Enlightenment and Experience by Petersson and Narmo

Jodi Reeves Flores (UK)
This book developed from the project Experimental Archaeology – Between Enlightenment and Experience, which was composed of a series of regional meetings held in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. This hardbound publication contains quality illustrations and colour photographs; and the language revision has been done to a solid quality...

Discussion on archaeological reconstruction in situ

For the authors see the article

Archaeological reconstruction in situ has been a hot item over the years. Spring 2011, a conference was devoted to this, in Calafell, Catalonia. Is interpreting a site’s past only possible at that site itself? Is a site better off without reconstruction and interpretation because it only damages...

How long does prehistory already exist (NL)?

We usually let prehistory start with the emergence of mankind. Of course, the planet is much older than that, but that part of the past is studied by palaeontologists...

How old are the Crannogs in Scotland (UK)?

The earliest known loch-dwellling in Scotland goes back 5,000 years to Neolithic times. This is on the island of North Uist, Scotland.

Pages

Subscribe to methodology