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School of Archaeology &Ancient HistoryAR3064 Theory and Method inArchaeologicalGraphics andIllustrationAcademic Year:Semester:Time and location:First meeting:Module coordinator:Tutors:E-mail:Room:Office hours:Document prepared by2009 - 20101Semester 1Mondays 10.00-12.00020 Drawing OfficeWeek beginning 5th October 2009Deborah Miles-WilliamsDeborah Miles-Williamsdeb@le.ac.uk019 Illustrators OfficeMon-Weds, Fri 9.30am – 2.30pmDM-W 27/03/09

AR3064 Theory and Method in ArchaeologicalGraphics and IllustrationWeighting:20 creditsCoordinator: Deborah Miles-WilliamsOther tutors: Module outline:Aims:This module introduces students to the basic principles and practice ofarchaeological graphics and illustration, through the preparation of artefactillustrations, plans, maps and reconstruction drawing. Emphasis is placed onthe handling, observation and recording of archaeological artefacts andrecorded site data (plans & sections), in order to produce publication standardillustrations. Consideration will also be given to the research potential ofusing reconstructions in interpretation of our past and the validity ofreconstruction as an academic tool.To provide an introduction to the use of illustration, reconstruction andgraphics in archaeology.To provide students with practical skills in artefact observationTo become familiar with the conventions of recording artefactsPromote a greater awareness on matters of presentation and layoutTo introduce students to various aspects of manual and computerarchaeological illustrationTo foster an appreciation of the research process that is involved inproducing a reconstruction illustrationIntended At the end of this module, students should be able to:learning Understand and apply appropriately the conventions in general use inoutcomes:archaeological illustration Develop an ability to integrate practical observational skills with drawingtechniques Demonstrate a sense of appreciation of matters of layout and style withregards to their own illustration and written communication Achieve a basic understanding of computer drawing aids and their use inpublication Understand the research processes towards creating an archaeologicalreconstruction drawing/painting

Be able to engage critically in evaluating past and current interpretiveapproaches to the subject of reconstruction in archaeological illustration, andother media i.e. films.Method(s) of The module comprises:teaching:A weekly practical session (2hrs) where tutor will introducedifferent materials and recorded graphic data to be drawn.1 x lectureVisit and meet with archaeological illustrators and graphic designersin their workplaceMethod ofassessment:The assessment comprises of:Submission of 1 x portfolios (artefact & reconstruction) 70%1 x written essay (2,500 words) 30%The portfolios should contain the following:Artefact portfolio:A minimum of3 x b/w artefact illustrations:(1 x pot, 1 x metal, 1 x flint or stone)1 x plan/section (drawn using Macromedia Freehand/Adobe Illustrator)1 x map (drawn using Macromedia Freehand/Adobe Illustrator)Either a reconstruction drawing/painting or 2 x further artefactsDrawings produced during timetabled sessions can be used as well as newwork.All work submitted should be mounted and presented with appropriatecaptions, and scales, along with original artwork and appropriate photocopiedreductions.Written Essay:Written piece related to the use of illustration in a range of archaeologicalpublications and other media. Max. 2,500 words.Reading listThe following books are in the main library:930.1022 PIG copies x 1Piggott, Stuart 1978 ‘Antiquity depicted: Aspects of Archaeological Illustration’930.1 ADK copies x 1

Adkins, Lesley & Roy 1989 ‘Archaeological Illustration’930.1022 ADD copies x 1Broadribb, C 1970 ‘Drawing Archaeological Finds for Publication’Addington, Lucile 1986 ‘Lithic Illustration: Drawing Flaked Stone Artefacts for Publication’936.1 SOR copies x 1Sorrell, A/edited by Sorrell, M 1981 ‘Reconstructing the Past’The following books and technical papers are available in Debbie Miles-Williams office 019/ or theDrawing Office 020:The Association of Archaeological Illustrators & Surveyors Technical Paper series:Philo, C. & Swann, A. 1992, Paper no. 4. ‘Preparation of artwork for Publication’Friendship-Taylor, D.E, Swann, J.M. & Thomas, S. 1987, Paper no. 8. ‘Recent Research intoArchaeological Footwear’Saville, A. & Martingell, H. Paper no. 9. ‘ A Guide to Drawing Stone Tools for Specialist Reports’King, D. & White, S. 1990, Paper no. 10. ‘The Illustration of Excavated Window Glass: Suggestions forMethods and Materials’Allen, S.J. 1994, Paper no. 11. ‘The Illustration of Wooden Artefacts’Andrews, A., Blake, Cowes, M., & Wilson, K., 1995, Paper no. 12. ‘The Survey and Recording of HistoricBuildings’Goddard, J., Goddard, S., Hamilton, S., Knight, D., Rouillard, S. 1997. Paper no. 13 ‘Aspects ofIllustration; Prehistoric Pottery’English Heritage ‘The Presentation of Historic Building Survey in CAD’Hawker, J.M. 1999 ‘A Manual of Archaeological Field Drawing’Adkins, L. & Roy 1989 ‘Archaeological Illustration’Griffiths, N. & Jenner, J. 1990 ‘Drawing Archaeological Finds’

Websites:The Association of Archaeological Illustrators & Surveyorshttp://www.aais.org.uk/This website will tell you all you need to know about Archaeological Illustration, with a gallery and usefulweb links.Related websites:Association of Illustratorshttp://www.theaoi.com/The Association of Medical Illustratorshttp://www.ami.org/Society of Botanical Artistshttp://www.soc-botanical-artists.org/

approaches to the subject of reconstruction in archaeological illustration, and other media i.e. films. Method(s) of teaching: The module comprises: A weekly practical session (2hrs) where tutor will introduce different materials and recorded graphic data to be drawn. 1 x lecture Visit and meet with archaeological illustrators and graphic designers in their workplace Method of assessment: The .

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