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© EXARC, 2012; ISSN: 2212-8956; Publishing date: January 15, 2012
Before you stands our first online issue of the EXARC Journal.
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The list below shows the members Only Contents of Issue 2012-1
The Theory of the Archaeological Raft: Motivation, Method, and Madness in Experimental Archaeology
P.J. Capelotti (US)
Contribution to the medieval building technology based on the reconstruction of a rounded church
Ákos Nemcsics (HU)
"But if you don't get any IRON..." Towards an effective method for small iron smelting furnaces
Darrell Markewitz (CA)
The experiment and the umbrella - 10 years of experimental archaeology
Marianne Bloch Hansen (DK)
Anatomy of Prehispanic Bells - Study of an Ancient Lost Process
Raúl Ybarra (MX)
What’s in an experiment? Roman fish sauce: an experiment in Archaeology
Sally Grainger (UK)
WEA’s latest life experiment
Jaco Schilp (NL)
Presenting Medieval Gambling and Pub Life
Zsuzsanna Sőregi (HU)
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