TH1-29 - Visualizing the Past. Exploring Meaningful Approaches in Interpreting the Archaeological Record Through Illustrations and Reconstructions
Rocking the Cradle of Scotland / Stephen Driscoll / University Of Glasgow
Turves and trusses: reconstructing an early medieval building tradition in the northern Netherlands / Daniel Postma / Groningen Institute of Archaeology, Lelystad, Netherlands
The Reconstruction of three Roman Houses at the Archaeological Park at Xanten (Germany) / Peter Kienzle / LVR Archaeologischer Park Xanten, Xanten, Germany
Illustrating 8,000 years of environmental change and human impact in the Areuse River Delta / Jeanette I Kraese / Office du Patrimoine et de l’archéologie du canton de Neuchâtel, Hauterive, Switzerland
As Planned, as Built, as Found: Reconciling Written and Field Records at Ksar es-Seghir (Morocco) / Martin Malcolm Elbl / Portuguese Studies Review / Baywolf Press, Peterborough, Canada
Reconstructing the Past / Jaco Gerrit / Reinwardt Academy, Utrecht, Netherlands
Using Archaeological Reconstructions for Outreach and Community Engagement / Ben Thomas / Archaeological Institute of America, Boston, United States of America
The “Arty” Way - Dutch Approach to the Presentation of Archaeological Heritage / Marc Kocken / MARC heritage consultants, Bemmel, Netherlands
The Art of Perception in Archaeological Visualisations / Kelvin Wilson / Ridderkerk, Netherlands