The Reconstructed Past: Reconstructions in the Public Interpretation of Archaeology and History
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That is the question facing many agencies and site managers throughout the world. While reconstructed sites provide a three-dimensional pedagogic environment in which visitors can acquire a heightened sense of the past, an ethical conflict emerges when on-site reconstructions and restorations contribute to the damage or destruction of the original archaeological record. The case studies in this volume contribute to the ongoing debates between data and material authenticity and educational and interpretive value of reconstructions.
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Discussing diverse reconstruction sites from the Golan Region to Colonial Williamsburg, the authors present worldwide examples that have been affected by agency policies, divergent presentation philosophies, and political and economic realities. AltaMira Press.hostmaster.vinylextras.com/olittle-one.php
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John H. Jameson, Jr. Part of: Society for Historical Archaeology The evolution of historical archaeology as an innovative way of knowing about the past parallels the history of its practice at Colonial Williamsburg. How can lessons learned from over 80 years of archaeological and architectural research at Colonial Williamsburg help the future of historical archaeology?
What are some of the abiding factors in archaeology that continue to drive its relevancy in restoration and historical interpretation?
The works at the Cartier-Roberval waiting for next phase of excavations. As there is many discoveries who involved a new comprehension of this first colony, there is some hypothesis made whom give us a better idea of the establissement.
It is time to shom some of interpretive view of the site. Those hypothesis have now to be confronted with new archaeological findings on the site.
After the war, this house became the home of a free African American family, one of the few such Dog burials are exceptional for the eighteenth century in the Chesapeake, yet recent excavations at the Anderson Armory site have recovered at least six interred animals adjacent to a large sawpit while the remains of roosters and other small animals were recovered within the sawpit. The proximity and number of these burials to the sawpit may indicate that organized dog and cock fighting took place at the Armoury site.
Bloodsports were popular in eighteenth-century Virginia, and the role of In , Williamsburg emerged as the capital of Virginia, set amidst plantations focused on growing tobacco.