Experimental Archaeology

Themes:
ScienceHistory
What:
Panel
When:
12:45 PM, Sunday 16 Feb 2020 (1 hour)
Where:
3123- Science/History Track
How:
"Experimental Archaeology" refers to hands-on attempts to re-create various aspects of the past. From building a Medieval trebuchet to test its actual firing range to cooking food based on historical recipes, we can learn about the past in a more immediate way than simply looking at artifacts and reading texts. Come learn more about this fascinating (and fun!) type of study!
Participant
Participant
University of Idaho
Instructor Emeritus
Participant
I'd rather not say
Potential
Oxblood Booke
Author
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