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Title The public archaeology of death / edited by Howard Williams, Benedict Wills-Eve and Jennifer Osborne.

Published Sheffield, UK ; Bristol, CT : Equinox, 2019.
©2019.

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 UniM Bail  930.1 PUBL    AVAILABLE
1 copy ordered for UniM Bail on 01-02-2019.
Physical description xiii, 197 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps (some color) ; 27 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword / Jodie Lewis -- Dead relevant : introducing the public archaeology of death / Howard Williams -- The St Patrick's Chapel excavation project : public engagement with the rescue excavation of an early medieval cemetery in south west Wales / Marion Shiner, Katie A. Hemer and Rhiannon Comeau -- Death's diversity : the case of Llangollen Museum / Suzanne Evans and Howard Williams -- Displaying the deviant : Sutton Hoo's Sand people / Madeline Walsh and Howard Williams -- Grave expectations : burial posture in popular and museum representations / Sian Mui -- Photographing the dead : images in public mortuary archaeology / Chiara Bolchini -- Death on canvas : artistic reconstructions in Viking age mortuary archaeology / Leszek Gardeła -- Envisioning cremation : art and archaeology / Aaron Watson and Howard Williams -- Controversy surrounding human remains from the First World War / Sam Munsch -- Here lies "ZOMBIESLAYER2000", may he rest in pieces : mortuary archaeology in MMOs, MMORPGs, and MOBAs / Rachael Nicholson -- Death's drama : mortuary practice in Vikings season 1-4 / Howard Williams -- Afterword / Karina Croucher.
Other author Williams, Howard, 1972- editor.
Wills-Eve, Benedict, editor.
Osborne, Jennifer, editor.
Subject Human remains (Archaeology) -- Case studies.
Case studies.
ISBN 9781781795934 (hb)
1781795932 (hb)
9781781795941 (ePDF)