Re-creating the Bugatti Type 57S Aérolithe: Experimental Archaeology? - Circa - NCMA - North Carolina Museum of Art
Caroline M. Rocheleau

Caroline M. Rocheleau is director of research and curator of anicent art at the NCMA.

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  1. Phillip Reid - Reply

    November 16, 2016

    I'm excited to see this. My dissertation involved some "makeshift" experimental archaeology, and I intend to take much of the "makeshift" part out as I pursue it. Anyway, you did a nice job of explaining what this sort of effort is about and why it's employed, in very few words. Phillip Reid
  2. Caroline Rocheleau - Reply

    November 21, 2016

    Thanks for your comment! Glad you enjoyed the post and could relate to its content. Best of luck with your "makeshift-less" experimental archaeology project.
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