1st Experimental Archaeology Conference, November 9th 2006, UCL London.
Practicalities of experiments in archaeology – Roeland Paardekooper. (abstract available here)
Waiting for the air to clear: experimental archaeology and the use of domestic space in early medieval roundhouses – Triona Nicholl.
Feather objects and materials science in archaeology – Mari Lowe.
Food for thought: nut exploitation in prehistoric Europe – Penny Cunningham.
Experimenting as a means to understand cloth types from the Alpine area of Europe from the Neolithic to Bronze Age – Susanna Harris (abstract).
The Earliest Brass in China – Some Thoughts on the Role of Experimental Evidence – Jianjun Mei.
Reconstruction of the first copper-sulphide smelting processes in Western Europe: The need for an experimental approach – Emilien Burger and David Bourgarit.
Wootz Steel Production – Andreas Schweikert.
Slippier slag and social display? Copper-smelting technologies in the Aegean Bronze Age – Oliver Pryce.