Papers

  1. Analogy and experiments, cut mark example
  2. An experimental investigation of cut mark production
  3. An experiment in archaeological site location
  4. Are Upper Paleolithic blade cores more productive than Middle Paleolithic discoidal cores-A replicative experiment
  5. Ascher. Experimental archaeology
  6. Ascher. Analogy in archaeology
  7. Ascher. Structural experiment
  8. Axe head vs steel experiments
  9. Butchery cut mark experiments
  10. Brown. Early american projectile experiments
  11. Brian Stewart KhoeKhoe ceramics
  12. Coles. Experimental archaeology
  13. Conceptual premises in experimental archaeology-Dominguez Rodrigo 2008
  14. Eren et al 2010. Using you tube in the classroom
  15. Eren. Experimental archaeology as a pillar of archaeological education
  16. Eren et al. 2011. Tool stone constraints on knapping skill
  17. Eren et al. 2011. Middle paleolithic knapping experiments AA (UncorrectedProofs)
  18. Eren and Bradley. 2009. LithicTechnology(Small)
  19. Experiments and perishable material culture 2008
  20. Experiments in Ceramic Technology
  21. Experimental_ Archaeology_Factsheet
  22. Experimental approaches to near eastern archeryBarton
  23. Hair and potters an experimental look at tempers 2008
  24. How to publish experiments
  25. Introduction to experimental archaeology
  26. Interview with a Neanderthal an Experimental Approach to scraper forms
  27. Identification of projectile impacts
  28. Lithic use wear accrual experiments
  29. Lombard & Pargeter. 2008. JAS Howieson’s Poort hunting experiments
  30. Morphological Projectile Point Typology Replication Experimentation and Technological analysis
  31. New perspectives on experimental archaeology
  32. Outram. 2008. introduction to experimental archaeology
  33. Pargeter. 2007. SAAB HP hunting
  34. Pargeter JAS. 2011. Cattle trampling experiments and macrofracture formation
  35. Pargeter and Bradfield ASAPA 2011 goat trampling poster
  36. Reynolds. 1999. The nature of experiment in archaeology
  37. Relative frequency of butchering cutmarks produced by obsidian and flint
  38. Reducing firing of an early pottery making kiln at
  39. Seetah. 2008. Analogy, experimentation and theory
  40. Shea, J.J and Klenck. Experimental trampling and lithic usewear
  41. Shea, J. J. and Brown. 2001. Experiments with middle paleolithic spear points
  42. Shiffer understanding formation processes
  43. Sisk and Shea 2009 Projectile experiments
  44. Small things in perspective the contribution of our blind tests to micro-residue studies on archaeological stone tools-Lombard, Wadley
  45. Soultrean lorel leaf production 2008 
  46. Some Preliminary Observations on Subsurface Damage on Experimental and Archaeological Quartz Tools using CLSM
  47. Stafford. 1977. JFA burin manufacture and utilization
  48. Taphonomic identification of cut marks made with lithic handaxes an experiment
  49. The elemental chemistry of lithic microwear an experiment
  50. The defensibility of Irish Tower Houses – Duncan Berryman
  51. The history of flint knappingJohnson
  52. The parallel-flaked flint daggers of late Neolithic Denmark an experimental perspective
  53. Theory and experiment in studying technological change
  54. Variation in Lithic Assemblages-An Experiment (Shelley)
  55. Woodworking on tools through residue analysis and experiments
  56. Why are some handaxes symmetrical Testing the influence of handaxe
  57. What attributes are important for the measurement of assemblage reduction intensity
  58. Willis, Eren and Rick 2008. Does butchering fish leave cutmarks?
  59. Weighted atlatl experiments
  60. Weapon Trials The Atlatl and Experiments in Hunting Technology-J. Whittaker
  61. Yaroshevich et al 2010 projectile experiments
  62. Yaroshevich Dissertation
  63. http://www.penn.museum/documents/publications/expedition/PDFs/47-2/Reed%20Boats.pdf

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