Public group dedicated to archaeological and historical research of past and present landscapes.
How else can we grow out of the complacency of the familiar but to seek the unfamiliar? We remember that it has been common practice for artists to be inspired by outside sources in their quests for maximum beauty and truth. My impulse is not to appropriate nor to commercialize that imagery, but through it, with reverence, to expand our capacity…[Read more]
Single finds are often neglected in the analysis of Bronze Age depositions, since their context is often unclear or even completely unknown. It is often assumed that single finds originally belonged to hoards, graves or settlements. But do they really belong to other contexts, or are they an autonomous context category that deserves more…[Read more]
Sabrina Autenrieth deposited Spatial organisation and population size of small Cucuteni-Tripolye settlements: Results of geomagnetic surveys in Baia and Adâncata, Suceava County, Bucovina, Eastern Romania in the group Landscape Archaeology on Humanities Commons 11 months ago
Geomagnetic research and drillings provide new results regarding settlement organisation and population size of three small settlements from the Pre-Cucuteni and the Cucuteni A-B period of Suceava County in Romanian Bucovina. In these settlements from different stages of the Cucuteni-Tripolye complex, domestic dwellings can be distinguished from…[Read more]
Mémoire de master : analyse spatiale de sites protohistoriques d’Istrie (Croatie).
Masters thesis on systematic field survey in archaeology (Part 2 : survey of Bujstina area, Istria (Croatia))
Masters thesis on systematic field survey in archaeology (Part 1 : theory and method)
Rodrick B. MacLennan, FN ’98, and Dr. June Julian carried Explorers Club Flag #109 on two recent expeditions to the Isles of Vallay and North Uist to record the effects of rising seas and violent storms on endangered coastal archaeology sites there. Their research objective was to document the current status of sites that were first discovered by…[Read more]
Identifying trends is an important element of archaeology, but there is often a lack of regional and inter-regional analyses with regard to the available evidence. This paper attempts to shed light on one aspect of burial practice in Scotland by investigating geographical trends in Bronze Age burials that contain bronze artifacts.