The Reconstructed Past : Reconstructions in the Public Interpretation of Archaeology and History

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The Reconstructed Past : Reconstructions in the Public Interpretation of Archaeology and History

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To reconstruct or not to reconstruct? That is the question facing many agencies and site managers throughout the world. While reconstructed sites provide a three-dimensional pedagogic environment in which visitors can acquire a heightened sense of the past, an ethical conflict emerges when on-site reconstructions and restorations contribute to the damage or destruction of the original archaeological record. The case studies in this volume contribute to the ongoing debates between data and material authenticity and educational and interpretive value of reconstructions. Discussing diverse reconstruction sites from the Golan Region to Colonial Williamsburg, the authors present worldwide examples that have been affected by agency policies, divergent presentation philosophies, and political and economic realities.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           ix
DWIGHT T. PITCAITHLEY
Introduction: Archaeology and Reconstructions 1 (20)
JOHN H. JAMESON JR.
PART I. DEFINITIONS AND HISTORY
1 Walden Pond and Beyond: The Restoration 21 (26)
Archaeology of Roland Wells Robbins
DONALD W. LINEBAUGH
2 Archaeological Authenticity and 47 (18)
Reconstruction at Colonial Williamsburg
MARLEY R. BROWN III AND EDWARD A. CHAPPELL
3 National Park Service Reconstruction 65 (12)
Policy and Practice
BARRY MACKINTOSH
PART II. MEASURING EFFECTIVENESS FOR
INTERPRETATION AND SITE MANAGEMENT
4 Reconstruction Dilemmas at George 77 (14)
Washington's Blacksmith Shop
ESTHER C. WHITE
5 Reconstruction Policy and Purpose at 91 (12)
Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort
HAROLD MYTUM
6 Bede's World, A Late-Twentieth-Century 103(24)
Creation of an Early Medieval Landscape
PETER FOWLER AND SUSAN MILLS
7 Reflections on a Reconstruction of the 127(20)
Ancient Qasrin Synagogue and Village
ANN E. KILLEBREW
8 Replication or Interpretation of the 147(20)
Iroquoian Longhouse
RONALD E WILLIAMSON
9 Reconstruction, Interpretation, and 167(10)
Education at Fort Loudoun
JOE P DISTRETTI AND CARL KUTTRUFF
10 The Ironbridge Gorge: Preservation, 177(22)
Reconstruction, and Presentation of
Industrial Heritage
MARION BLOCKLEY
11 Designing the Past at Fortress Louisbourg 199(16)
BRUCE W. FRY
12 Lessons Learned at Bent's Old Fort and 215(18)
Fort Union Trading Post
RODD L. WHEATON
13 Emergency Ruins Preservation and 233(16)
Restoration at Homolovi Ruins State Park
LYNN A. NEAL
PART III. VIRTUAL RECONSTRUCTIONS
14 Modeling Amarra: Computer Reconstructions 249(12)
of an Egyptian Palace
KAREN A. BRUSH
15 Beyond the Artist's Impression: From 261(12)
Photo-Realism to Integrated Reconstruction in
Buildings Archaeology
ROBERT DANIELS-DWYER
PART IV THE FUTURE OF RECONSTRUCTION
16 The Value of Reconstructions: An 273(14)
Archaeological Perspective
VERGIL E. NOBLE
Index 287(14)
About the Contributors 301