Proceedings from the 6th 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, second edition of the conference Proceedings contains eight scientific papers from the 6th MetArh conference which was held at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb, from 6th - 7th of December 2018. Papers are focused on different aspects of archaeological methodology and archaeometry, including case studies from Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Greece and Russia. In order to create a volume of high scientific quality, each of the conference paper was 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.
Archaeological remains in soil context
Possibilities of Retrospective Monitoring and Value Loss Assessment of the Site Damaged by Continuous Stone Exploitation: Sutilija hill above Trogir, Croatia
Beyond networks and macro-scale analysis: unravelling micro-histories of pottery at Early Bronze Age Samos, Greece through an integrated methodology
Image analysis of archaeological ceramics and its application to the identification of prehistoric production technologies
New insights on antler technology from Vučedol – Kukuruzište Streim
An experimental approach to reconstruction of wool dyeing in archaeology
Bone dating at the Zagreb Radiocarbon Laboratory, Croatia
Storytelling. Is there a better method of archaeological site interpretation?
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