center for

experimental

archaeology

Prehistoric Building Techniques

 

In the autumn of 2013, the Center launched a project of a reconstruction of a prehistoric wooden house. The reconstruction is performed on the basis of existing archaeological remains and through the application of theoretically considered prehistoric architectural techniques. The current project goals are aimed at the acquisition of practical knowledge and testing of construction techniques that could have been used in prehistoric times. The gained practical experiences and theoretical knowledge will lead towards better understanding of the construction techniques used on wood and towards creating the basis for a clearer understanding and further exploration of prehistoric building techniques.

 

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PROJECTS

Technology of Textile Production in the Past

Technology and Social Aspects of Prehistoric Pottery Production and Use

The Forgotten Movement

Etymology, Legends and Mythical Creatures of Kalnik Region

Prehistoric Building Techniques

Prehistoric Pottery: Interdisciplinarity and Experiment

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