The life cycle of structures in experimental archaeology

An object biography approach

Edited by Linda Hurcombe & Penny Cunningham | 2016

The focus of Archaeological Open-Air Museums (AOAMs) is to present both the tangible and intangible past to the public. The tangible parts of


Ancient Lives

Object, people and place in early Scotland. Essays for David V Clarke on his 70th birthday

Edited by Fraser Hunter & Alison Sheridan | 2016

Ancient Lives provides new perspectives on object, people and place in early Scotland and beyond. The 19 papers cover topics ranging from the Neolithic to...


Portable Antiquities, Palimpsests, and Persistent Places

A multi-period approach to Portable Antiquities Scheme data in Lincolnshire

Adam Jonathan Daubney | 2016

Every year thousands of archaeological objects and artefact scatters are discovered by the public, most of them by metal-detector users, but also by people whilst...


La hache de silex dans le Val de Seine

Production et diffusion des haches au Néolithique

Edited by François Giligny & Françoise Bostyn | 2016

Cette monographie se propose de réaliser la synthèse des travaux menés entre 2000 et 2010 sur les productions de haches dans la vallée de la...


Massendinghaltung in der Archäologie

Der material turn und die Ur- und Frühgeschichte

Edited by Kerstin P. Hofmann, Thomas Meier, Doreen Mölders & Stefan Schreiber | 2016

Primäres Erkenntnismittel der Archäologie sind ihre Sammlungen und Archive an Objekten vergangener Kulturen und Gesellschaften. Diese Aussage war und ist auch heute noch oft zu...


Het tekenen van vuurstenen artefacten

Yannick Raczynski-Henk | 2016

Onderzoekers en liefhebbers van de Steentijd brengen veel tijd door met het bestuderen en documenteren van stenen artefacten. Omdat het onmogelijk is om al deze artefacten fysiek te bestuderen is men in veel gevallen afhankelijk van afbeeldingen. Tekeningen zijn daarbij...


Practices of Wealth Depositing in the 1st–9th Century AD Eastern Baltic

Ester Oras | 2015

This PhD thesis discusses the practices of wealth depositing in the 1st–9th century AD eastern Baltic (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania). Wealth deposits are one or more valued object/s that is/are hidden deliberately as an intended separate deposition in a selected place...


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The life cycle of structures in experimental archaeology

An object biography approach

Edited by Linda Hurcombe & Penny Cunningham | 2016

The focus of Archaeological Open-Air Museums (AOAMs) is to present both the tangible and intangible past to the public. The tangible parts of


Ancient Lives

Object, people and place in early Scotland. Essays for David V Clarke on his 70th birthday

Edited by Fraser Hunter & Alison Sheridan | 2016

Ancient Lives provides new perspectives on object, people and place in early Scotland and beyond. The 19 papers cover topics ranging from the Neolithic to...


Portable Antiquities, Palimpsests, and Persistent Places

A multi-period approach to Portable Antiquities Scheme data in Lincolnshire

Adam Jonathan Daubney | 2016

Every year thousands of archaeological objects and artefact scatters are discovered by the public, most of them by metal-detector users, but also by people whilst...


La hache de silex dans le Val de Seine

Production et diffusion des haches au Néolithique

Edited by François Giligny & Françoise Bostyn | 2016

Cette monographie se propose de réaliser la synthèse des travaux menés entre 2000 et 2010 sur les productions de haches dans la vallée de la...


Massendinghaltung in der Archäologie

Der material turn und die Ur- und Frühgeschichte

Edited by Kerstin P. Hofmann, Thomas Meier, Doreen Mölders & Stefan Schreiber | 2016

Primäres Erkenntnismittel der Archäologie sind ihre Sammlungen und Archive an Objekten vergangener Kulturen und Gesellschaften. Diese Aussage war und ist auch heute noch oft zu...


Het tekenen van vuurstenen artefacten

Yannick Raczynski-Henk | 2016

Onderzoekers en liefhebbers van de Steentijd brengen veel tijd door met het bestuderen en documenteren van stenen artefacten. Omdat het onmogelijk is om al deze artefacten fysiek te bestuderen is men in veel gevallen afhankelijk van afbeeldingen. Tekeningen zijn daarbij...


Practices of Wealth Depositing in the 1st–9th Century AD Eastern Baltic

Ester Oras | 2015

This PhD thesis discusses the practices of wealth depositing in the 1st–9th century AD eastern Baltic (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania). Wealth deposits are one or more valued object/s that is/are hidden deliberately as an intended separate deposition in a selected place...





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