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Experimental Archaeology in Spain

AutorBaena Preysler, J.; Torres, Concepción; Palomo, Antoni; Mozota Holgueras, Millán ; Clemente-Conte, Ignacio
Fecha de publicación2014
EditorSidestone Press
CitaciónExperiments Past: Histories of Experimental Archaeology : 85-95 (2014)
ResumenThe influence of concepts known as ‘Primitive Technology’, ‘Revivre la Prehistoire’, or ‘Living History’, have had little influence on the research framework, which is mainly located within universities and research centres such as Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicias (CSIC) (www.csic.es). However, influences from those ideas can be seen at a small number of interpretation centres such as Algaba, Era or Ibercalafell. Application of experimental archaeology in Spain was mainly focused on research aspects, with particular relevance to research centres such as the universities and CSIC. The understanding of experimental archaeology as an educational tool has been scarcely applied and its influence into the private or semi-private initiative is still very limited. As example, some of the Spanish experiments past enhancement centres usually collaborate with local administrations or depends on public grants.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/113663
ISBN9789088902529
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