Loom Weights: Lab Report Data

The following are the quantitative observations of the loom weights made by Group C: Maddy #1: Dehydrated Weight of Materials 215 g Hydrated Weight of Materials 249.8 g Weight Diameter 8 cm Hole Diameter 2.5 cm Final Weight: 225 g Maddy #2 Dehydrated Weight of Materials 215.3 g Hydrated Weight of Materials 250.7 g Weight…

Weight Forming: Group A Lab Data

Data Gathered Note: Two different scales were used, for the sake of consistency data reporter dropped everything after the decimal for the scale that did display that data. Note: For holes, a T denotes holes that were pushed all the way through the clay, N denotes holes that were not. Person/Attempt Weight of Dry Stoneware…

Pottery Lab: Group B Data

Quantitative Observations Elliot #1 unhydrated weight of material 216g hydrated weight of material 275g full diameter 8.5cm hole diameter 2.5cm edge width height 3.0cm Margie #1 unhydrated weight of material 215g hydrated weight of material 235g full diameter 8.0cm hole diameter 2.5cm edge width 2.5cm height 2.5cm Hannah #1 unhydrated weight of material 215g hydrated…

Cheesemaking Lab: Group C Data

Group C: Madeline (recorder), Dane, Sally, Phoebe, Beck BASIC RENNET CHEESE Initial Measurements Milk weight (first bottle) 1968g (2888g with bottle) Milk weight (second bottle) 1967g (2887g with bottle) Total milk weight 3935g Milk temperature 13C (55F) Fire temperature 214C Timeline Time Temperature Actions/Observations 1:33-35 14C Addition of 1/4 cup vinegar in 2 cups of…

Cheese Making: Data Source

Group A: Emmy Belloni, Hali’a Buchal, Jacob Isaacson, Sagal Ahmed Data Recorder: Sagal Ahmed Start Time: 1:20pm Endtime: 3:30pm Data Type I: Weight of milk Initial Weight of Milk (2888g bottle): 1969g Initial Weight of Milk (2852g bottle): 1951g  Weight recorded to compare to weight of curds. Data Type II: Fire temperature Time Fire Temperature…

Group E, Weeks 9 & 10: Building a Structure!

During these last 2 weeks of lab, we built a funeral structure (the original plan changed due to adverse weather conditions. Earlier in the week, we collected several posts & lots of branches from the wood pile, each at least 4ft long and of varying levels of thickness. Friday We mapped out the area necessary…

Weeks 9-10 Group D Lab Data: Construction

The construction of our Anglo-Saxon mortuary house spanned four days, from Wednesday May 26th to Wednesday June 2nd, with construction occurring on Wednesday, Friday, Monday, and then again on Wednesday to finish up. The Weather Gods cancelled our Thursday lab, so this was how we made up for it.  Day 1 – May 26th On…