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The experiment and the umbrella - 10 years of experimental archaeology

Marianne Bloch Hansen (DK)

There seems to be two main discussions: one is of the term experimental archaeology as an overall title covering several activities, and the other, a discussion of the definition of the experiment by categories and terminology...

¿Por qué experimentar en arqueología?

BAENA PREYSLER, J., and X. TERRADAS, "¿Por qué experimentar en arqueología?", Actas de los XV Cursos Monográficos sobre el Patrimonio Histórico (Reinosa, julio 2004), Santander, Ayuntamiento de Reinosa : Universidad de Cantabria, Servicio de Publicaciones, pp. 141-160, 2005.

Ethnoarchaeology Beyond Correlates

CUNNINGHAM, J. J., "Ethnoarchaeology Beyond Correlates", Ethnoarchaeology. Journal of Archaeological, Ethnographic, and Experimental Studies, vol. 1, issue 2, Walnut Creek, CA, Left Coast Press Inc., pp. 115-136, 10/2009.

Decisions taken in planning a replica artefact

GILBERT, R., "Decisions taken in planning a replica artefact", Archaeological Textiles Newsletter (ATN), vol. 40, Stockport, Centre for Textile Research (CTR), pp. 18-19, 2005.

Experimental Ceramic Technology: Or, the road to ruin(s) is paved with crack(ed) pots

HENSLER, K. N., and E. BLINMAN, "Experimental Ceramic Technology: Or, the road to ruin(s) is paved with crack(ed) pots", Traditions, Transitions, and Technology: Themes in Southwestern Archaeology, Proceedings of the 2000 Southwestern Symposium, Boulder, Colorado, University Press of Colorado, pp. 366-385, 2002.

Ancient technology, justifiable knowledge and replication experiments

CLARK, J. E., "Ancient technology, justifiable knowledge and replication experiments", Traditions, Transitions, and Technology: Themes in Southwestern Archaeology, Proceedings of the 2000 Southwestern Symposium, Boulder, Colorado, University Press of Colorado, pp. 259-271, 2002.

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