This paper examines materialities of magic on Iron Age and Romano-British settlement sites. Using a few select case studies, this paper explores some interfaces between archaeological theory and praxis, and examines the problems of excavating and recording the potential evidence for ‘practical magic’ on developer-funded sites in Britain.
|Title of host publication
|The Materiality of Magic: An Artefactual Investigation into Ritual Practices and Popular Beliefs.
|Ceri Houlbrook, Nathalie Armitage
|Place of Publication
|Number of pages
|Published - 2015
- Iron Age, Romano-British, structured deposition, materiality, magic