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Reconstruction of celtic house, the kitchen

Nice to see an article on Viking Food based on archaeological finds. Viking Food - Looking for the Evidence.

A Viking Age colour palette + bit of info on the dyes. And here's a text only page with a great list of dyes definitely and probably used: And some local colour variations, eg purple in Ireland.

reconstructed victims of pompeii - Google Search

Dormice, ostrich meat and fresh fish: the surprising foods eaten in ancient Rome

Replica of 10,000 year old mesolithic dwelling built by UCD experimental archaeologists on campus [Credit: UCD] The circular dwelling, with a six-metre diameter, is based on archaeological evidence from a site at Mount Sandel in Northern Ireland which dates from 7900-7600BC – this site is the earliest known evidence of human settlement on the Island of Ireland.

Ian Mortimer transports viewers back to Elizabethan England and reveals, in vivid detail, a living, breathing Tudor world...

A Stitch In Time-Blog by a medieval archaeologist specializing in garment reconstruction and historic tailoring techniques.

experimental archaeology pages on lots of links

Stonehenge Neolithic Houses An English Heritage experimental archaeology project to recreate houses from 2500 BC 'Dougal' : finished house no.1

Roman Food Recipes and other Interesting/Important info for Authentic Food

Ground plan and reconstruction drawing of a dacian house

A wagon reconstructed from the metal fittings -- Römisch-Germanisches Museum Koln

Roman kitchen, reconstruction, Museum of London.

Modern reconstructions of ancient Roman medical instruments.

reconstruction of a cubiculum (bedchamber) in a Roman atrium house

Reconstruction of a tablinum (home office) in a Roman atrium style house

Telling Tales in Proto-Indo-European. In 1868, German linguist August Schleicher reconstructed Proto-Indo-European vocabulary to create a fable to hear some approximation of PIE. Called “The Sheep and the Horses”. As linguists and archaeologists have learned more about the Bronze Age cultures that would have spoken it, this sonic experiment continues and the fable is updated to reflect the most current understanding of how this extinct language would have sounded some six thousand years ago.

Reconstruction of Golden Woman, the ancient Scythian Princess of Kazakhstan

The automatic servant by Philon of Byzantium

More than fifty ancient Greek inventions brought to life through incredible reconstructions

Steam Engine - Heron of Alexandria

Was the Baghdad Battery a medical device?

The reconstructed face of the Mary Rose archer. An interdisciplinary team of scientists have reconstructed the face of a Tudor archer, almost 500 years after he drowned aboard Henry VIII’s flagship, the Mary Rose.

Reconstruction of a 5th century Germanic nobleman based upon grave finds from Blučina, Czech Republic