Assignment: Essay on Experimental Archaeology:Through this assignment you will explore and evaluate how experimental archaeology can be used to understand the past. Your grade for this assignment will be in the form of a 1-2 page essay (typed, double spaced, 12 point font with 1-inch margins on all sides) based on the questions below. First, review Price and Knudson Chapter 4, particularly the section on experimental archaeology. Then, watch the following videos showing artifact reconstructions and experimental archaeology. You can also utilize videos not listed below. https://youtu.be/qLPkKWRRjTA https://www.youtube.com/watch? v＝Koc3uSoor2A&feature＝youtu.be https://youtu.be/WKYPLffs748 Now, think about an archaeological technique that you would like to reconstruct. Would you like to learn how to flintknap, bake bread in an earth oven, make a bow and arrow, paint a beautiful ceramic vessel, tan a deer hide, brew beer, or weave a basket or a pair of sandals? Or something else? Think about why this knowledge would be important for you as an archaeologist, and how you would go about getting this knowledge through experimental archaeology. Now, for 50 points, write a 1-2 page essay (typed, double spaced, 12 point font with 1-inch margins on all sides). Your essay should address the following questions: Briefly describe how and why the past toolmaking and cooking techniques were reconstructed in the videos you watched. What are the advantages and disadvantages of using experimental archaeology to better understand the past? If you were going to conduct an experimental archaeology project, what would you choose? Please describe what you would recreate, why this technique is of interest to archaeologists, and how exactly you would conduct your experimental archaeology project. What would you hope to find out? Please note the citation requirements Please be sure to include all sources, including the videos or books you used, in your bibliography, and cite the sources in your paper as well. Use the Society for American Archaeology bibliographic style guide available at https://documents.saa.org/container/docs/default-source/doc-publications/style-guide/saa-style-guide_updated-july-2018c5062f7e55154959ab57564384bda7de.pdf?sfvrsn＝8247640e_6 (Links to an external site.).