Category Archives: Internet resources

There’s a German proverb saying “Alles neu macht der Mai” (May makes everything new), and it looks like that is the case at least in some parts – because today I stumbled across the new, just-gone-online-a-few-days-ago version of the beloved … Continue reading

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Here is, again, a stack of things you might find interesting: A 17th century manuscript tells you how to organise your land surveying journal. Or, if you’d like to read about something else, that site has a huge collection of … Continue reading

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Textiles, Trade and Taste – Portugal and the World is a networking project looking at textiles and their trade from the 16th century onward. The project was launched in 2011 and has since developed into a networking group that looks, … Continue reading

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Occasionally, really cool things happen in this world… such as the Met making its images all open access. That means 375,000 images of public domain works to share, remix, or use in any way you want to, under a Creative … Continue reading

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Time for a link roundup again! If you’re interested in experimental archaeology, you might enjoy taking a look at the Butser Farm archives – Butser was one of the first places to do experimental archaeology, and still is a famous … Continue reading

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The next few events are drawing nearer – the European Textile Forum and the Nobilitas-Akademie, so I’m rather busy preparing for these. While the cat, helpful as ever, is sleeping in her cat bed beside my desk, making small adorable … Continue reading

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The 10th Experimental Archaeology Conference will be held in Leiden, Netherlands, on April 20-22 2017. The Call for Papers is still open until September 1, so if you’d like to offer a presentation, you should do so soon. The Virtual … Continue reading

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