EXARC Experimental Archaeology Collection

Welcome to the Experimental Archaeology Collection, a place for sharing and preserving data and results of experimental archaeology. The collection is supported by EXARC, the ICOM Affiliated Organisation representing archaeological open-air museums, experimental archaeology, ancient technology, and interpretation. EXARC raises the standard of scientific research and public presentation among our membership through collaborative projects, conferences, and publications.

The collection currently consists of citations from the EXARC bibliography, developed by Dr Roeland Paardekooper, and the collection is managed by Dr Jodi Reeves Eyre. EXARC will add more descriptive information and open access files to many of these citations in the following months. EXARC seeks to work with universities, museums, and researchers to upload their experimental archaeology data, publications, and grey literature into the collection. If you or your institution are interested in contributing materials to the collection, please contact Reeves Eyre at jodireeves[at]exarc.net.

Resources Inside This Collection (Viewing 12,201-12,243 of 12,243)

  • Documents (12,243)

  1. Living historical farms (2019)
  2. The Living History Anthology, perspectives from ALHFAM (2019)
  3. Living things grow and evolve: the evolution and expansion of living history (2019)
  4. Living with livestock: a primer on livestock program planning and implementation (2019)
  5. „Loch an Loch hält doch“ – neue Interpretationsansätze zu Konstruktionselementen in frühmittelalterlichen Grubenhäusern in Mannheim (2019)
  6. L’analisi delle tracce tecnologiche e d’uso di strumenti in ceramica per la tessitura e la filatura: lo sviluppo di una metodologia di indagine applicata a contesti del I millennio a.C. in Italia centrale (2019)
  7. L’attività tessile a Shahr-i Sokhta: tecniche di lavorazione e materie prime (2019)
  8. Management policies for living collections (2019)
  9. Planning living history programs and facilities: seven areas of concern (2019)
  10. Prähistorische Bienenhaltung in hohlen Baumstämmen (2019)
  11. Prähistorische Bienenhaltung in Mitteleuropa – Rekonstruktion und Betrieb eines Rutenstülpers (2019)
  12. Prähistorischer Bronzeguss und die Lauterkeit: Was kann ich wissen? Was soll ich tun? (2019)
  13. Raumklima in frühmittelalterlichen Häusern (2019)
  14. Reconnecting with agriculture: practical approaches (2019)
  15. Reconstruction of an Early Modern Wood-fired Chemist’s Furnace (2019)
  16. Revisiting living history: a business, an art, a pleasure, an education (2019)
  17. Revisiting living history: a business, an art, a pleasure, an education (2019)
  18. Rezepturentwicklung von Opus Caementitium zur Verwendung in Hypokaustheizungen – Einfluss der Ausgangsmaterialien (2019)
  19. The right stuff: how to get it (2019)
  20. „Schüler heizen ein!“ Nachbau von Rennöfen in den Schülerpraktika des Alamannen-Freilichtmuseums Vörstetten (2019)
  21. Serving two masters: accurate costuming for small historic sites (2019)
  22. Sezione fotografica: le mani, interfaccia tra pensiero e azione (2019)
  23. Sketch of a theory for outdoor history museums (2019)
  24. Skilled people or specialists? Knowledge and expertise in copper age vessels from central Italy (2019)
  25. Sowbelly and seedbanks: the living history museum as process repository (2019)
  26. Spalten mit neolithischem Werkzeug (2019)
  27. Special events and their impact on museums: the eleven commandments of public programs (2019)
  28. Sperimentare i rocchetti piceni: alcune osservazioni sull’impiego dei rocchetti a foro obliquo nella tessitura a tavolette (2019)
  29. Spotlight: The little things in life. Investigating the past one micrometre at a time (2019)
  30. Stiftung Steinzeittest > Kleber (2019)
  31. Tessiture e intrecci (2019)
  32. Tessuti e loro produzione dell’età del Ferro e Arcaica nell’Italia continentale. Metodi di ricerca, riscontri ed esiti sperimentali (2019)
  33. Tier levels and collections management: adapting traditional museum approaches for historic site use (2019)
  34. Using their voices: engaging cultural communities in living history (2019)
  35. Utilizing living history hobby resources (2019)
  36. Verhüttungsexperimente mit Chalcopyrit-Erz nach Vorbildern aus dem bronzezeitlichen Ostalpenraum und Nepal (2019)
  37. Vermittlung und Rezeption von Experimenteller Archäologie am Beispiel der Veranstaltungsreihe „Experimentelle Archäologie aus Europa – Wissen erlebbar gemacht“ im Pfahlbaumuseum in Unteruhldingen (2019)
  38. Visitor comfort, safety and access at a living history site (2019)
  39. Wärmeisolation frühmittelalterlicher Kleidung (2019)
  40. Zu den Grenzen der Darstellbarkeit in der Living History (2019)
  41. Zur experimentalarchäologische Herstellung eines Einbaumes aus Eichenholz mit Werkzeugen, Methoden und Techniken der Bronzezeit (2019)
  42. Zur Nutzung von Bienenwachs von der Urgeschichte bis in die Neuzeit – eine Vorstudie (2019)
  43. Zur Rekonstruktion einer provinzialrömischen Frauentracht nach einer bemalten Platte einer Dromos-Verkleidung aus Brunn am Gebirge (2019)