1. Introduction(Frederick W.F. Foulds) 2. A processional but not processual approach to Stanydale Neolithic Temple(Simon Clarke and Esther Renwick) 3. Two different methods of rawhide production and their suitability to perform a variety of tasks(Sally Herriet) 4. An Apprenticeship in Value: The importance of dexterity to the understanding of craft practice and archaeological artefact analysis(Frances Liardet) 5. The CELLA VINARIA Project and Archaeological Park (Teia, Maremse, Barcelona): A great experimental archaeology laboratory (Antoni Martin Oliveras) 6. The Enigmatic Handaxe: In search of idiosyncrasies in bifacial technology through three-dimensional form(Frederick W.F. Foulds)
Frederick Foulds is based at Durham University. He specialises in the Palaeolithic of Britiain and Europe. He has conducted research projects examining potential interactions between anatomically modern humans and Neanderthals, the Neanderthal extinction, and the applications of social theory to Lower Palaeolithic material culture. His publications include Experimental Archaeology and Theory: Recent Approaches to Archaeological Hypotheses (ed, 2013).