Below there are several videos presenting experiments in archaeology. Experiments are not very useful for making archaeology more popular in public, but they also have an important role in our understanding how certain objects were made, buildings constructed, and, last but not least, also how dishes were made and what tools were necessary. However, we should be aware that these are not true scientific experiments as are used in the natural sciences, but archaeological simulations of different situations or procedures.
Nevertheless, archaeology can be an experimental field for many other sciences which test their methods in the archaeological research contexts. Natural sciences, in particular, expanded their research and relevance also in the field of archaeology.