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In December 2007, IRAC inserted a participatory intervention into the experience of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, The Kings Manor, York. 150 replica Cycladic figurines (an iconic illicit artefact) were placed throughout the building and grounds. IRAC were interested to see how professional archaeologists would respond to found objects. Some were moved, some were destroyed, some were stolen, some were collected, others were never found.
In December 2007, IRAC inserted a participatory intervention into the experience of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, The Kings Manor, York. 150 replica Cycladic figurines (an iconic illicit artefact) were placed throughout the building and grounds. IRAC were interested to see how professional archaeologists would respond to found objects. Some were moved, some were destroyed, some were stolen, some were collected, others were never found.
In December 2007, IRAC inserted a participatory intervention into the experience of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, The Kings Manor, York. 150 replica Cycladic figurines (an iconic illicit artefact) were placed throughout the building and grounds. IRAC were interested to see how professional archaeologists would respond to found objects. Some were moved, some were destroyed, some were stolen, some were collected, others were never found.
In December 2007, IRAC inserted a participatory intervention into the experience of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, The Kings Manor, York. 150 replica Cycladic figurines (an iconic illicit artefact) were placed throughout the building and grounds. IRAC were interested to see how professional archaeologists would respond to found objects. Some were moved, some were destroyed, some were stolen, some were collected, others were never found.
In December 2007, IRAC inserted a participatory intervention into the experience of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, The Kings Manor, York. 150 replica Cycladic figurines (an iconic illicit artefact) were placed throughout the building and grounds. IRAC were interested to see how professional archaeologists would respond to found objects. Some were moved, some were destroyed, some were stolen, some were collected, others were never found.
In December 2007, IRAC inserted a participatory intervention into the experience of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, The Kings Manor, York. 150 replica Cycladic figurines (an iconic illicit artefact) were placed throughout the building and grounds. IRAC were interested to see how professional archaeologists would respond to found objects. Some were moved, some were destroyed, some were stolen, some were collected, others were never found.
In December 2007, IRAC inserted a participatory intervention into the experience of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, The Kings Manor, York. 150 replica Cycladic figurines (an iconic illicit artefact) were placed throughout the building and grounds. IRAC were interested to see how professional archaeologists would respond to found objects. Some were moved, some were destroyed, some were stolen, some were collected, others were never found.
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Andrew Cochrane
Dr Andrew Cochrane London, United Kingdom