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Bronze Age Hot-shorts (but not as Google knows them)

I predominantly consider myself a social archaeologist. I kindof slipped and fell into Experimental Archaeology and I now find the same thing happening with material science and the overall topic of Archaeometallurgy, so I thought I’d lay out some of the things I’m encountering, mostly to formulate my findings to coherently, but also to encourage anyone reading this to point out if I’m on the right track or completely wrong. (more…)

A Week in Fragments: Research, Experiments and Interesting Conversations

This week has been a bit all over the place – every day has offered me interesting meetings, museums visits, plans for teaching archaeology summer classes, and many objects to look at! So this post, like my week, is going to be fragmented, and give a brief update of everything! (more…)