Itinerary of an apprenticeship and the development of public event archaeological presentations
Author(s): Pierre-Alain Capt
Perfecting a public event presentation in the domain of history and archaeology is a long and complex process. It requires mastering three vastly different professions, each with specific competences, and melding them into one coherent presentation. It is a long path from independent archaeological researcher to a craftsman working in the seclusion of a studio, to the role of public presenter, demonstrating both the craft and inspiring an interest for history, while valorising and promoting the work.
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Itinerary of an apprenticeship and the development of public event archaeological presentations. Pierre-Alain Capt. Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa Bilanz 2013. 12: 182-191. 2013 ( tDAR id: 424912)
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