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The Theory of the Archaeological Raft: Motivation, Method, and Madness in Experimental Archaeology

P.J. Capelotti (US)

Between 1947 and 2006, nearly forty expeditions set out in recreated maritime drift vessels to demonstrate hypotheses with varying levels of relevance to archaeology and cultural diffusion. This paper divides the motivations of these expeditions into four major categories...

On learning about wild plants

NYERGES, C., "On learning about wild plants", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 2008, issue 36, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 92-93, 2008.

Thirty years in the Jungle! Could you do it?

NYERGES, C., "Thirty years in the Jungle! Could you do it?", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 31, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 90-93, 2006.

Primitive Lifeskills Club

HOLCOMB, T., and C. ADAMS, "Primitive Lifeskills Club", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 10, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 79, 1995.

Daily life: the Kootenai Project - part 3

SHEPHERD, L., "Daily life: the Kootenai Project - part 3", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 26, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 42-47, 2003.

Teaching the skills of survival

SIERRA, R., "Teaching the skills of survival", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 25, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 14-15, 2003.

Hunting the suburbs

GOTTLIEB, J., "Hunting the suburbs", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 24, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 22-25, 2004.

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