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EXARN - Experimental Archaeology Newcastle Feb 29
EXARN will be running two weekends of experimental archaeology and archaeological science 7-8th and 14-15th March as part of !
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Ave de Faoite Oct 9
Weaving hazel rods. Hands-on learning how to "build" an Early Medieval house. I cannot begin to explain how much I love
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TrialByFireTeam Dec 3
Can be considered an artefact? Submit your abstract for the Trial By Fire 2020 conference at and let us know!
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Ceramic Tech Lab @UF May 20
Having a ball of a time with as she explores the making of Lamar Stamped clay balls. We're intrigued by these mysterious objects, and glad that is on the case!
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Graham Taylor Nov 1
Drying in the workshop today, Roman incense burners and cheese moulds, soon to be in our online shop
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Andy Needham Jul 21
I love Co-Directing the YEAR Centre (). We do lots of diverse year round in a dedicated outdoor facility. I’m currently working on and will be posting updates.
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Dr. Patricia Baker Aug 21
It was my final day on the Roman Garden at the Trust for Thanet Archaeology. There is still work to be done, and volunteers/visitors can contact the Trust. It was an amazing opportunity! Thanks to
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Center for Analysis of Archaeological Materials Dec 10
Replying to @CAAMatPenn
Many students replicated their artifact using similar materials and techniques. Experiments included painting with natural pigments, etching deer antler, and carving soapstone to create a cylinder seal (see below)
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A_Taste_of_Hard_Work Nov 5
The ash from the leaf of grape 🍇 vine 🤪from a major effort in progress on reference material funded by
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Jim Glazzard Feb 14
As we had time, and things to collect, came to have a look at the .
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Ellery Frahm 26 Nov 19
Woo hoo, Gilliane! So happy to see the next phase of this research on FTIRM of lithic residues! 👩‍🔬🧪🔬
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Cathy Moore 23 Nov 19
Experimental Archaeology Level 10! The replica pallasboy vessel at the beautiful wedding of and Sinead O'Donoghue
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Éva Halbrucker Sep 11
Discussing experiments in Mesolithic context during the conference in the session by and Annelou van Gijn. Excellent works are presented and great questions are discussed
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PalaeoHub Dec 19
CALL FOR PAPERS: Interested in and the ? is co-chairing a session at the conference. More details online:
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Jake Rowland Apr 26
Some more today making some boars' tusk blades
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Dr Romany Reagan Apr 24
"There is nothing more commonplace than eating & drinking. Nothing can acquaint us better with the representatives of a culture than joining them in these activities.”🍞📜
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Ceramic Tech Lab @UF May 26
🔥Check out the fiery conclusion to 's adventures in , and see how the pots turned out.
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Sally Hoare Mar 12
Shelter building in 50 mph winds! Nearly done! Theresa Kamper Jase Hall No fires today though
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Ceramic Tech Lab @UF May 15
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Dr Alice La Porta 6 Nov 19
Here in Manchester we're getting ready to receive a ton of flint for controlled flintknapping experiments!!
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