2018 Projects from ANTH 361: Medieval Archaeology
Projects from the 2018 Medieval Archaeology course
Medieval Spanish Architecture: Click here to see the project.
Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, Barcelona (C. Clark)
Life and Death in Medieval Iceland: Click here to see the project.
Map of Iceland, https://www.sanderusmaps.com/en/our-catalogue/detail/163722&e=antique-map-of-iceland-by-(horrebow-n)/ , accessed March 7, 2018.
Viking Weapons in Iceland and Scotland: Click here to see the project.
Stonework Through the Ages: Click here to see the project.
Papil Pictish Stone Cross Slab 2018 The Megalithic Portal. http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=26810, accessed March 7 , 2018.
Medieval Irish Sea Mythology: Click here to see the project.
Found in the tomb of St Patrick, Down country Northern Ireland. Crafted in approximately AD 1100. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Bell_of_Saint_Patrick_Shrine_MET_tem07651s1.jpg
White is not right: Click here to see the project.
Assertion of Power and Medieval Textiles: Click here to see the project.
Chasuble, 1272-1294. From the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Search the Collections webpage.
Medieval Cooking: Click here to see the project.
British Museum Collection Database. “Gg,4H.31″, www.britishmuseum.org/collection, British Museum. Online. Accessed 07/03/2018
Thundering Off the Steppes: Life Amongst the Mongols: Click here to see the project.
Genghis Khan. Located in the National Palace Museum in Taipei. Original size is 47 cm wide and 59.4 cm high. Paint and ink on silk. For the full page, see Image:YuanEmperorAlbumGenghisFull.jpg
By Unknown – Dschingis Khan und seine Erben (exhibition catalogue), München 2005, p. 304, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=4126191
Medieval Adornment: Click here to see the project.
Diadem, Kievan Rus. Szmoniewski, B. Plate 12:2. 2010. Intelligible Beauty. 178. London: British Museum Research Publication.
Astronomy: Click here to see the project.
Astrolabe: the 13th Century iPhone (2015) Daily Sabah: https://www.dailysabah.com/feature/2015/07/16/astrolabe-the-13th-century-iphone
2016 Projects from ANTH 398: Life and Death in the Viking World
A sample of some of the projects from the 2016 Viking Archaeology class.
Art and Cosmology Exhibition: Click here to see the project.
Rune stone, copy (Fibreglass) The inscription reads “Sigríðr had this stone raised in memory of Sveinn, her husbandman. He often sailed a valued cargo-ship to Seimgalir, around Dómisnes. ” The original is Mervalla, Ytterselö, Södermanland, Sweden. SHM 33453 (Sö 198) (source)