1st Experimental Archaeology Conference Abstract – Susanna Harris

From the 1st Experimental Archaeology Conference, UCL London, 2006. Experimenting as a means to understand cloth types from the Alpine area of Europe from the Neolithic to Bronze Age Susanna HARRIS PhD candidate,UCL Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PY For my PhD I am researching the social context of cloth in the … Continue reading

1st Experimental Archaeology Conference Abstract – Merryn Dineley

From the 1st Experimental Archaeology Conference, UCL London, 2006. Experiments in malting, mashing and brewing Merryn DINELEY In this paper I will demystify the brewing process, present my experimental work and discuss the archaeological evidence for grain processing in the early neolithic. I will investigate the importance of malting in relation to the origin of … Continue reading

1st Experimental Archaeology Conference Abstract – Roeland Paardekooper

From the 1st Experimental Archaeology Conference, London, 2006. Practicabilities of experiments in archaeology Roeland Paardekooper EXARC, European Association for Archaeological Open Air Centres Canadastraat 21, NL 5651 CE Eindhoven, the Netherlands Once you have set up a structure for an experiment, you need to know which steps to take to for others to be able … Continue reading

1st Experimental Archaeology Conference Abstract – Bastian Asmus

From the 1st Experimental Archaeology Conference, UCL, London, 2006. Design and Use of Natural Draft Furnaces for Bronze Casting Bastian ASMUS UCL Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PY This paper is concerned with the design and use of bronze casting natural draft furnaces. It demonstrates the possibility to use such a furnace … Continue reading