Experimental Archaeology at UCD

UCD undergraduates reach out and experience the ‘nitty-grittys’ of ancient activities during UCD School of Archaeology’s module: ARCH30500 Experimental Archaeology and Ancient Technologies; learning about a broad range of technologies including, pottery production, clay firing, stone work, bronze casting, woodwork, textile and leather production, sword cutting foods and textiles; they can each now conduct their own archaeological experiments, at UCD Centre for Experimental Archaeology and Ancient Technologies.

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