Last updated on 3 December 2020
Experimental Archaeology is an actual scientific branch that strives to reenact technologies, ways of life and techniques of long-gone times. Very much by trial and error and fueled by whatever fragments the remnants of the past cough up. It is an exciting way to conduct practically oriented archaeology and to understand things by doing, as opposed to digging endlessly around dusty sites, and live to theorize about your findings later.
The same is true with music from long-vanished times. Old melodies abound that nobody really knows where they may originate … [...] Click to raid more!