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Making History - bringing the great Gwozdziec synagogue back to life

N., N., "Making History - bringing the great Gwozdziec synagogue back to life", The Mortice and Tenon - The Carpenters' Fellowship Journal of Traditional Timber Frame Carpentry, issue 47, Chippenham, The Carpenters' Fellowship, pp. 5-9, spring 2012.

Gene Fornby - The Ancient Village of Gene

Carl L. Thunberg (SE)
The open-air museum Gene Fornby (The Ancient Village of Gene - author’s translation) is an archaeological reconstruction completed in 1991 that is based on the excavation of a nearby ancient settlement dated mainly to the Roman Iron Age and the Migration Period. For many years now, the politicians of the City Council of Örnsköldsvik have been debating on the ‘use’ of Gene Fornby...

Discussion on archaeological reconstruction in situ

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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...

Strichen (report on restoration of stone circle)

HAMPSHER-MONK, I., and P. ABRAMSON, "Strichen (report on restoration of stone circle)", Current Archaeology, vol. 84, Chicago, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, pp. 16-19, 10/1982.
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