Experimental Archaeology

Experimental archaeology (also called experiment archaeology) is a field of study which attempts to generate and test archaeological hypotheses, usually by replicating or approximating the feasibility of ancient cultures performing various tasks or feats. It employs a number of methods, techniques, analyses, and approaches, based upon archaeological source material such as ancient structures or artifacts.

It is distinct from uses of primitive technology without any concern for archaeological or historical study. Living history and historical reenactment, which are generally undertaken as hobbie

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Experimental Archaeology
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Victorian Farm: Rediscovering Forgotten Skills
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The Keepers: Mountain Folk Holding on to Old Skills and Talents
Experimental Archaeology and Theory: Recent Approaches to Archaeological Hypotheses
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Experimental Archeology
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