Project Consultant : Christine Shaw
With the restructuring of this website, the links to other websites given here now reflect Experimental Archaeology, as a science, along with the various ways it is interpreted in public sites.
The intention in the following listing is to group sites by their engagement in Experimental Archaeology, both at the research and application level. Other sites are given which have associated relevance to EA. The Bronze Age is now included, as several sites cover both Bronze Age and Iron Age periods, while the extension backwards in time corresponds to the inclusion of the Romano-British period in the work of Peter Reynolds and continued today. Some sites also have original excavations that have provided and continue to provide source data.
There is a pan-European body, EXARC, to draw together sites engaged in Experimental Archaeology and this heads the list below. Not all those on the list are necessarily members of EXARC. Those first listed have been associated with Peter Reynolds and either supplied data for his work or gave advice.
The following contacts relate to the field of work in general.
The following website provides a lot of background information about charcoal, including its history, uses, present manufacturing procedures and details of coppicing. http://www.englishcharcoal.co.uk
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Created 11 May 2007 - Updated 18 June 2012