Proceedings from the 10th 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 edition of the conference Proceedings contains four papers from the 10th MetArh conference which was held in a hybrid format at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb from 1st – 2nd of December 2022 (https://metarh.ffzg.unizg.hr/).
Considering the rapid and dynamic progress in the field of methodology and archaeometry, the goal of the Proceedings is to publish papers within the current year. Although this edition has a relatively small number of articles, we have decided to continue with the same dynamic of publication, so that the results of research and new methodological tools are made available to all interested researchers. We will continue to work in the same way in the coming years.
Filling in the blanks: the application of palaeoproteomics in faunal analysis
The construction history of the Ledenice castle: application of the archaeology of standing structures
Sickle Gloss on Artefacts Recovered at the Galovo Site in Slavonski Brod and the Dužine Site in Zadubravlje
All soul is immortal (Plato)
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