Experimental

Experimental Archaeology is the replication and use of prehistoric artefacts or structures under controlled conditions. It is used to improve our knowledge of prehistoric technology, but also of taphonomic processes, as the decay of a house or the erosion of a ditch. Experimental archaeology can not prove that a certain process was used, but it can provide information on available techniques and the traces they leave, thus fuelling further artefact analysis.

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