The 3rd Experimental Archaeology Conference, 15th to 16th November 2008, Edinburgh University.
More than the daily grind: experiments in grain processing techniques – Merryn Dineley.
Barbed point manufacture at Star Carr – Ben Elliott.
Modelling textile production in the past: family hemp textile production in a Transylvanian village – Alice Choyke and Zsuzsa Daniels.
The colours of Minoan faience: replicating an ancient technology – Susana Kirk.
Apprenticeship in Palaeolithic Societies – Preliminary Results of Recent Experimental Flintknapping and its Implications for Archaeological Interpretation – Farina Sternke (abstract available).
Changing material identities – An experimental approach to the copper axes of South-Eastern Europe – Julia Heeb.
Study of the harmonization, convenience and suitableness of house designs in Ancient Egypt: experimental reconstructions of some houses – Manal Massaud.
Desk Work, Field Work, then what? – Roeland Paardekooper (abstract).
The positivist-postmodern tension in experimental archaeology of today – Tine Schenk.