Proceedings from the 7th Scientific Conference Methodology and Archaeometry
Methodology and Archaeometry (MetArh) is an annual scientific conference organized since 2013 by the Department of Archaeology of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb, and the Croatian Archaeological Society. The goal of the conference is to entice interdisciplinarity, critical thinking, new insights and approaches as well as new theoretical frameworks in contemporary archaeological science.
This, third edition of the conference Proceedings contains five scientific papers from the 7th MetArh conference which was held at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb, from 2nd – 3rd of December 2019. Papers are focused on different aspects of archaeological methodology and archaeometry, including case studies from Croatia, Slovenia and Albania.
All papers were reviewed in the peer review process in which the identity of both reviewers and authors, as well as their institutions, are respectfully concealed from both parties.
Publishing of this e-book is supported by Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia
Laboratory-based research on the changes caused to the in situ preserved archaeological remains by the heavy equipment compaction
Patterns everywhere: Geophysical prospection strategies at archaeological sites in Northern and Eastern Croatia
Image-based modeling approach in documenting Early Christian memorial chapel in Velić, Croatia
A discussion on the theoretical and methodological ramifications of classification and typology of archaeological material: a Perspective from the Late Prehistoric Pottery (Albania)
All aboard! Quarries and transport in Roman Istria
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