Game Food Archaeology: Major Dunmer Food Stuffs.

The Dunmer race in ESO can be divided into two distinct cultural groups. One being the Indigenous Ashlanders and the other being the city and town dwelling Dunmer. When talking about the major foodstuffs of these groups, it’s important to keep them separate, as the city Dunmer have a great deal of Imperial influence to... Continue Reading →

Goodbye 2019, Hello 2020! Archaeological Fantasies Podcast Ep 109

Say Hello to the new year with Archaeological Fantasies.  Check us out to see what we're up to and what to expect in the new year.  Thanks again to all our lovely supporters! Here's to another successful year.  Show Notes! Jennifer Raff:  @JenniferRaff  https://violentmetaphors.com/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/jenniferraff/#2b40d9503eef David Anderson:  @DSAArchaeology  https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidanderson/#5171d0495401 In reSearch Of https://www.patreon.com/inresearchof/ Archaeological Fantasies... Continue Reading →

Academic Odysseys with Assassin’s Creed. Archaeological Fantasies Podcast Ep 108

Today we talk with Dr. Jane Draycott @JLDraycott and Andrew Reinhard @adreinhard about the epic game Assassin's Creed: Odyssey. We discuss the overall gameplay, how AC uses historical references to create more vibrant gameplay, and if this even worked. We talk about the use of real archaeology and pseudoarchaeology in the game storyline, and how... Continue Reading →

Archaeogaming with Andrew Reinhard – Archaeological Fantasies Ep 97

Today we talk with Andrew Reinhard about his new book Archaeogaming: An Introduction to Archaeology in and of Video Games. We talk about the Atari ET dig, learn how Metaspace and Meat Space are similar, and talk a lot about No Man's Sky and Andrew's archaeological survey inside the game space.   Show Notes and links... Continue Reading →

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