Join the Register of Archaeological Experiments
Share your work with the community of experimental archaeologists, quickly and easily.
This register aims to serve as a repository of archaeological experiments which have been completed, so that others may easily see whether their interests have already been researched. Not all experiments are published in traditional journals, and by participating in this register, you are able to let others know what questions you have addressed and whether you are willing to discuss your results with others - regardless of whether you've published the work elsewhere.
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NOTE: Pilot study aims and the use of your data
By entering your data into the following form, you are participating in a pilot study to establish the Register of Archaeological Experiments. If you choose to contribute, we would very much appreciate any feedback that you are willing to provide; we'd welcome your impressions about the types of information we're collecting, whether you think that there are gaps, and what you would hope to get out of a visitor experience of the Register.

Because this is a pilot study, we will use your data and your feedback exclusively to improve the Register, and will not share it with third parties. By default, we will permanently delete all of your data at the conclusion of the pilot phase. We ask that you provide your email address to us so that we can notify you of the progress of the pilot and then deletion of your data. If you have any questions about any issues relating to the use of your data, please contact us at: experimental.arch.register@gmail.com

Information about you
Given name *
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Family name *
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Your institutional affiliation (if applicable)
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Are you a member of EXARC? *
Information about your experiment
What hypothesis or question did your experiment address? *
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Please give a brief description of the experiment and the results (200 words) *
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What types of materials did your experiment address? *
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What type of experiment did you conduct? (Questions about these categories? Visit http://ls-tlss.ucl.ac.uk/course-materials/ARCL1007_59088.pdf ) *
When did this experiment take place? (month/year) *
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Where did you conduct the experiment (city, region, country) *
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To what region does your experiment relate? (Based on the United Nations geoscheme)
To what period does your experiment relate? Please use general terms which are relevant to your subject area. For example, in Europe this includes Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, etc.
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Do you wish to provide more detailed contextual or chronological information? Please do so here:
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Future plans for your experiment
Is this experiment part of an ongoing research programme? *
If it is part of an ongoing research programme, please provide details (programme name, affiliation if applicable, funding source if applicable).
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Has this experiment already been presented as a conference contribution, journal article, book section, or similar? If so, please provide bibliographic reference information.
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If you have not done so already, do you plan to present this experiment as a conference contribution, journal article, book section, or similar?
Does this experiment relate to other experiments which are already entered in this register? *
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