Formal papers

2nd Experimental Archaeology Conference, Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th November 2007, Exeter.

Where did it all begin? Experimental archaeology from the 19th to the mid 20th centuryCarolyn Forrest, University of Aberdeen. (abstract available) Published.

“Up in smoke”: re-discovering medieval gunpowderRobert Smith (abstract available).

Identification of projectile impacts on large ungulate skeletonsJean-Christophe Castel Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, Département d’Archéozoologie, Genève, Switzerland.

Experimental Glassmaking in Egypt – Paul T. Nicholson & Caroline M. Jackson, University of Cardiff (abstract available).

Using experimental archaeology to answer the unanswerable: a case study using Roman dyeingHeather Hopkins Bradford University. (abstract available) Published.

Experiencing the materiality of prehistoric cloth typesSusanna Harris, University College London (abstract available). Published.

Analytical and experimental approaches to carving technology during the Cypriot Middle Chalcolithic – Elizabeth Cory-Lopez, University of Edinburgh. (abstract availablePublished.

Presenting archaeological heritage of the Bronze and Iron Age to the public: ruins versus reconstructionsClara Masriera i Esquerra, Joan Santacana i Mestre & Ferran Urgell i Plaza, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, (abstract available).

“Umha Aois/The Bronze Age 4000 years on” – Experiment and experienceCordula Hansen, Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford, Ireland. (abstract available) Published.

“It’s all been done before”: experimental pottery firing and the challenge of persuasionDavid J.C. Walker University of Nottingham and the Derbyshire Ware Project / The Northern California Experimental Firing Group.

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