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*  Archaeology staff voted in top ten at Flinders in nation-wide poll | Flinders Archaeology Blog
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Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. The research potential of the South Australian Museum Collections. This is the second of my blog posts for the Cultural Heritage Practicum read my first post here. Tagged Indigenous Archaeology, Museum Collections, South Australia, South Australian Museum. Working at the South Australian Museum Collections. This is the first of my four blog posts in regards to the Cultural Heritage Practicum topic at Flinders. Posted in Student Posts. Tagged Artefacts, Indigenous Archaeology, South Australian Museum, Student Placements. Directed Study in Archaeology- Working with the SANTS- Winchelsea Collection. Posted in Student Posts. Tagged Artefacts, Indigenous Archaeology, South Australian Native Title Services. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion...
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*  Public interpretation and the Port Adelaide Community Archaeology Project | Flinders Archaeology Blo
Public interpretation and the Port Adelaide Community Archaeology Project. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Public interpretation and the Port Adelaide Community Archaeology Project Posted on. Comments Off on Public interpretation and the Port Adelaide Community Archaeology Project. Also supporting the project are the South Australian Department of Environment and Heritage, the South Australian Maritime Museum and Archaeological and Heritage Management Solutions Paterson n/d. Tags Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders Univers...
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*  Designing local history webpages | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Designing local history webpages. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Designing local history webpages. Comments Off on Designing local history webpages. We agreed that with a bigger, better premesis the Centre now needed bigger, better promotion and exposure to the local community. Please check out the webpages here:. Email. This entry was posted in Photos and tagged Historical Archaeology, Mitcham Heritage Research Centre, Student Placements. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs ...
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*  More than just an autograph | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Getting your blog post published. The watershed that proved otherwise would come in 1976 with the publication of Charles Mountford’s Nomads Of The Australian Desert, which published results from Mountford’s 1940s fieldwork. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Indigenous Archaeology, Ngadjuri, Student Placements. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Fl...
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*  Putting it into practice | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Putting it into practice. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Cartographers of the Archaeological Experience. Putting it into practice. The practicum has given me a taste of what historical archaeology is all about – both the excitement of making a find, as well as the difficulties one can come across when conducting historical research. All in all, it has been a great experience. Email. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Field...
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*  HMB Endeavour Makes Port | Flinders Archaeology Blog
HMB Endeavour Makes Port. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. HMB Endeavour Makes Port Posted on. Email. Port Adelaide, and South Australia in general, has a long and valuable association with tall ships. Categories Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Tags Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritage Legislation Hinchinbrook Island Historical Archaeology Indigenous Archaeology Kangaroo Isla...
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*  So it begins, ends, and starts again | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Directed Study in Cultural Heritage Managment. The methodology for me tackling this project was “simple”, research the area using ethno-history, find the ethno-history in archives, interpret the history, end of project – and all in one semester. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Indigenous Archaeology, Ngadjuri, Student Placements. Directed Study in Cultural Heritage Managment. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed ...
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*  State Aboriginal Heritage Committee (SA) Meeting | Flinders Archaeology Blog
State Aboriginal Heritage Committee SA Meeting. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Informative meeting about the Review of the South Australian Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988. State Aboriginal Heritage Committee SA Meeting. Comments Off on State Aboriginal Heritage Committee SA Meeting. Email. This entry was posted in Archaeology and heritage news and tagged Heritage Legislation, Indigenous Archaeology, State Aboriginal Heritage Committee. Informative meeting about the Review of the South Australian Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study E...
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*  Blog Post #4 | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Blog Post #4. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Blog Post #4. Comments Off on Blog Post #4. However, from my experience this semester using predominantly primary resources, that feeling of disconnection with the event was not there. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Archival research, Cultural Heritage Management, Historical Archaeology, Mitcham Heritage Research Centre, Student Placements. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Fiel...
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*  Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Comments Off on Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Aboriginal Affairs Victoria, Indigenous Archaeology, Student Placements, Victoria. Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork F...
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*  Online Archaeology - Colin Cooper
... Login. Get the Online Archaeology app now. Home Connect Archaeology Maps and GIS Archaeology News and Jobs Archaeology Resources Contribute Archaeology Forums Archaeology Articles My Archaeology My Archaeology Groups Members. Contribute · Member Showcase · Colin Cooper. Colin Cooper. Showcase Gallery for Speartip Productions. Arbeia Roman Fort. The Roman Bath Houses. Danebury Iron Age Fort. Hengistbury Head. The Roman Bath Houses. Following the Arbeia project I was taken on by Tyne and Wear museums to produce some reconstructions of the bath house at Arbeia for inclusion on a CD-ROM which was co-produced in Spain and Portugal. The CD highlighted similarities in Roman architecture and culture on the Atlantic fringes of the Empire. One room from the bath house at Segedunum Roman Fort was also included in the project. A sample video from the CD-Rom can be downloaded Here. This image shows the Atrium of the baths and Praetorium. The corridor ahead leads to the Commanding Officer's personal residences an impr...
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*  (GPS) Global positioning system | Flinders Archaeology Blog
GPS Global positioning system. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. GPS Global positioning system. Comments Off on GPS Global positioning system. GPS in Maritime Archaeology. Nowadays, maritime archaeologist turns to a much more accurate reading by using the DGPS or differential global positioning system. DGPS has an average accuracy of 1 meter to 4 meter or less whereas a normal GPS have an accuracy of 2 meter to 20 meter Bowens, 2009: 93-94. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flin...
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*  Archaeology Immersion | RIT Programs of Study
Archaeology Immersion. RIT Programs of Study. RIT Home. Search RIT. Skip to content Skip to navigation. Programs of Study. Search form. Search. Programs alphabetically Programs by category Programs by college Programs by degree. Secondary links. Minors Immersions Concentrations NTID Pre-baccalaureate Studies Faculty Undergraduate Graduation Requirements and General Education Undergraduate Financial Aid and Scholarships Graduate Financial Aid. Archaeology Immersion. Archaeology is the study of the human past by means of the physical residue of past human behavior from pottery, stone, and metal tools to the remains of ancient dwelling sites. The archaeologist explains how human society has changed and developed over time using such physical evidence. Archaeology employs techniques from the physical sciences to build a more detailed picture of the human past. Students explore the worlds of the past through hands-on applications of physical science techniques in a diverse range of fields, including chemistry, bio...
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*  maine archaeology
... - Home. archaeological time periods in Maine __ Learn about the four major time periods in Maine archaeology. - illustrated - From abbemuseum.org - http://www.abbemuseum.org/pages/archaeology/archaeology-maine-timeline.html. The Abbe Museum's Archaeology Field School __ You will learn about the school and find a current year application. - From abbemuseum.org - http://www.abbemuseum.org/pages/archaeology/archaeology-field-school.html. - From newmainetimes.org - http://www.newmainetimes.org/articles/2011/07/27/archaeological-dig-woolwich/. - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Archaeological_sites_in_Maine. The Devereaux Cove Project __ "Learn about the Penobscot Expedition and shipwreck remains at Devereaux Cove, Stockton Springs, Maine." - illustrated - from Unknown - http://members.tripod.com/penobscot1779/index.html. dig: Maine Archaeology Events __ "dig's guide to special archaeological programs, events, and exhibits in Maine" - From digonsite.com - http://www.digonsite.com/guide/m...
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*  Archaeological News from Archaeology Magazine - Archaeology Magazine
... Interactive Digs. Slideshow. Search. Subscribe to the Digital Edition. Subscribe to the Digital Edition. Archaeology e-Update. Subscriber Alert. Archaeology.org Survey Rules. Archaeological Headlines. A publication of the Archaeological Institute of America. Special Introductory Offer. RENEW GIVE A GIFT BACK ISSUES E-UPDATE CUSTOMER SERVICE. Home. News. Magazine. Online Exclusives. Marketplace. Travel. Subscribe. . Archaeological Headlines By JESSICA E. SARACENI Tuesday, October 06 Share. World War II Spitfire Wreckage Excavated CAMBRIDGESHIRE, ENGLAND A team made up of researchers from Oxford Archaeology East, the Defense Archaeology Group, Operation Nightingale, and Historic England is recovering a World War II-era aircraft that crashed into what is now the Great Fen Nature Reserve. Pilot Officer Harold Edwin Penketh was killed in 1940 when the Spitfire X4593 crashed during a training flight. According to a report in Cambridge News, witnesses said the aircraft broke formation with two other planes and ...
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*  Geochemical characterisation of Aboriginal Australian ochre | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Geochemical characterisation of Aboriginal Australian ochre. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Geochemical characterisation of Aboriginal Australian ochre Posted on. Comments Off on Geochemical characterisation of Aboriginal Australian ochre. Email. The Archaeology of Australian Stone Artefacts knapping session Directed Study: Best Practice in Documenting and Managing Song-lines. Tags Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritage ...
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*  Electrolytic Reduction | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Electrolytic reduction is one of the most effective methods to conserve metals Hamilton, 2010. Electrolytic Reduction Setups. The setup consists of multiple artifacts all in the same vat and all artifacts connected to a single DC power supply. Multiple artifacts connected to a single DC power source is cost-effective and can provide more lab space for artifact conservation and analyses. Email. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field met...
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*  Notes from the field: Canoe Building Worshop | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Notes from the field: Canoe Building Worshop. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. 10 Canoes. Notes from the field: Canoe Building Worshop. Comments Off on Notes from the field: Canoe Building Worshop. Well today we took advantage of some of the last days of beautiful summery/autumny weather during out canoe building master class led by David Payne, a curator with the Australian National Maritime Museum. Email. 10 Canoes. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavatio...
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*  Notes from the field: Canoe Building Worshop | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Notes from the field: Canoe Building Worshop. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. 10 Canoes. Notes from the field: Canoe Building Worshop. Comments Off on Notes from the field: Canoe Building Worshop. Well today we took advantage of some of the last days of beautiful summery/autumny weather during out canoe building master class led by David Payne, a curator with the Australian National Maritime Museum. Email. 10 Canoes. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavatio...
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*  CHM Practicum – WAC copyright assignment | Flinders Archaeology Blog
CHM Practicum WAC copyright assignment. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. CHM Practicum WAC copyright assignment. Comments Off on CHM Practicum WAC copyright assignment. Just another quick note to tell you about the work I have been doing as part of my cultural heritage management practicum with the World Archaeological Congress WAC. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Legislation, Student Placements, World Archaeological Congress. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenou...
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*  Contact us | Flinders Archaeology Blog
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*  Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Comments Off on Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Searching Museum collections for artefacts taken from Gariwerd is the most difficult thing to do. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Indigenous Archaeology , Student Placements. Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Grampians- Gariwerd Directed Study. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation F...
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*  The trials and tribulations of historical research | Flinders Archaeology Blog
The trials and tribulations of historical research. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. The trials and tribulations of historical research. Comments Off on The trials and tribulations of historical research. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritage Legislation Hinchinbrook Island Historical Archaeology In...
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*  Port MacDonnell: The Jetty and The Unknown Shipwreck | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Port MacDonnell: The Jetty and The Unknown Shipwreck. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Port MacDonnell: The Jetty and The Unknown Shipwreck. Comments Off on Port MacDonnell: The Jetty and The Unknown Shipwreck. This is about the Maritime Archaeology Field School on Port MacDonnell, South Australia from 3 to 11 July. This is my first time ever doing an archaeological field school in Australia. Email. This entry was posted in Posts from the field, Student Posts. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fields...
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*  Sugar is useful in archaeology | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Claire s Mission on a Mission Working at the South Australian Museum Collections. The chemical floatation process involves dry sieving the archaeological material and then immersing it in water that has been treated with some kind of chemical Ross and Duffy 2000, p 33. Email. Claire s Mission on a Mission Working at the South Australian Museum Collections. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Tags Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritage Legislation Hinchinbrook Island Historical Ar...
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*  Who is George Fife Angas? | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Who is George Fife Angas. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Who is George Fife Angas. Comments Off on Who is George Fife Angas. Who exactly is George Fife Angas. This is what I am looking at for my Directed Study this semester thanks to the National Trust of South Australia. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Directed Study, George Fife Angas, National Trust of South Australia. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Fiel...
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*  Last thoughts on my practicum | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. However, the situation outside there is not that bad because the new Act apparently will include some aspects considered important by Indigenous communities as expressed on Scoping Paper issued by the Government of South Australia and suggestions received, as part of the reviewing process, from the Joint Aboriginal Heritage Committee Disscussion Paper. Email. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field Schoo...
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*  Directed Study Blog Post 4 (Last One!) | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Directed Study Blog Post 4 Last One. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Directed Study Blog Post 4 Last One. This is my fourth and final blog post for my Directed Study. There was a decent amount of glass fragments within the collection. One of the Various Nails in the Collection. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts. One response to Directed Study Blog Post 4 Last One. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools ...
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*  Directed Study Blog Post 4 (Last One!) | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Directed Study Blog Post 4 Last One. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Directed Study Blog Post 4 Last One. This is my fourth and final blog post for my Directed Study. There was a decent amount of glass fragments within the collection. One of the Various Nails in the Collection. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts. One response to Directed Study Blog Post 4 Last One. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools ...
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*  Printing the Ngaut Ngaut Interpretive Brochure | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Printing the Ngaut Ngaut Interpretive Brochure. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Printing the Ngaut Ngaut Interpretive Brochure. Comments Off on Printing the Ngaut Ngaut Interpretive Brochure. Finally, the Ngaut Ngaut brochures have been printed. With few options left, Amy and I decided to use the normal printer paper that was already in the printer. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Indigenous Archaeology, South Australia, Student Placements. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fiel...
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*  Questionnaires in Heritage Management: Part 1 | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Questionnaires in Heritage Management: Part 1. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Questionnaires in Heritage Management: Part 1. Janine McEgan. Comments Off on Questionnaires in Heritage Management: Part 1. By Janine McEgan. This is part 1 in a series of 3 posts relating to Janine s Directed Studies with the City of Marion. See Janine s other posts here. Email. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders...
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*  First Contact with the Consultative Process | Flinders Archaeology Blog
First Contact with the Consultative Process. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Our Official Website Contact us. Cartographers of the Archaeological Experience. First Contact with the Consultative Process. Comments Off on First Contact with the Consultative Process. This is my third post for the Cultural Heritage Practicum topic. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts. Cartographers of the Archaeological Experience. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excava...
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*  Rain, slate pencils and cheese scones! | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Rain, slate pencils and cheese scones. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Rain, slate pencils and cheese scones. Comments Off on Rain, slate pencils and cheese scones. In September over the mid semester break, a group of 16 Students and Associate Professor Heather Burke, headed south to Penola near the SA and Vic border for a week filled with rain, group sing-a-longs and delicious cheese scones. Trench A. Email. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field ...
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*  Heritage of Space | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Heritage of Space. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Heritage of Space. Comments Off on Heritage of Space. The downside that I have found is that most of the countries with large amounts of heritage sites, mainly the USA and UK, have not got complete records online, the USA hasn’t got around to digitising all of the paper ones, and the UK only has a handful of counties online. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Heritage Legislation, Space Archaeology. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field Schoo...
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*  First Contact with the Consultative Process | Flinders Archaeology Blog
First Contact with the Consultative Process. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Cartographers of the Archaeological Experience. First Contact with the Consultative Process. Comments Off on First Contact with the Consultative Process. This is my third post for the Cultural Heritage Practicum topic. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts. Cartographers of the Archaeological Experience. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Student Posts 388. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School F...
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*  Perfect Placement | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Here, I learnt about the inside workings of heritage divisions and what Heritage Tasmania does for the community through the protection of Tasmanian and Australian heritage. Email. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritage Legislation Hinchinbrook Island Historical Archaeology Indigenous Archaeology Kangaroo Island Kaurna Lady Alice Mi...
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*  Dr Lynley Wallis honoured with prestigious teaching award | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Dr Lynley Wallis honoured with prestigious teaching award. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Dr Lynley Wallis honoured with prestigious teaching award Posted on. Email. One response to Dr Lynley Wallis honoured with prestigious teaching award Flinders Archaeology. Tags Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritage Legislation Hinchinbrook Island Historical Archaeology Indigenous Archaeology Kangaroo Island Kaurna Lady Alice Mine L...
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*  Institute of Archaeology
... UCL Home. Current students. UCL Institute of Archaeology. UCL Home. Institute of Archaeology Home. News and Events. UCL Institute of Archaeology. Research Research at the Institute of Archaeology covers fieldwork, laboratory analysis and conservation, artefact studies, and theoretical, synthetic, and analytical work across a range of perspectives. Institute signs Zero Tolerance to Sexual Harassment pledge The Institute of Archaeology has signed the Zero Tolerance to Sexual Harassment pledge, making a commitment to challenge sexual harassment and support students and staff who experience it. Studies in Ancient Coinage in Honour of Andrew Burnett Andrew Burnett was presented with a festschrift, Studies in Ancient Coinage in Honour of Andrew Burnett, at the International Numismatic Conference in Taormina, Sicily recently. We Need to Talk: Connecting Through Technology The Institute of Archaeology’s new student exhibition, We Need to Talk: Connecting Through Technology, opens to the public from 8 May 2015. T...
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*  Archaeology of Disease 3rd edition, Charlotte Roberts (9780801442322) - Textbooks.com
Archaeology of Disease 3rd edition, Charlotte Roberts 9780801442322 - Textbooks.com. Archaeology of Disease. Archaeology of Disease - 3rd edition ISBN13: 978-0801442322 by Charlotte Roberts and Keith Manchester. ISBN13: 978-0801442322 ISBN10: 080144232X Cover type: Edition/Copyright: 3RD 05 Publisher: Cornell University Press Published: 2005 International: No. Summary The Archaeology of Disease shows how the latest scientific and archaeological techniques can be used to identify the common illnesses and injuries from which humans suffered in antiquity. Charlotte Roberts and Keith Manchester offer a vivid picture of ancient disease and trauma by combining the results of scientific research with information gathered from documents, other areas of archaeology, art, and ethnography. The authors provide a clinical context for specific ailments and accidents and consider the relevance of ancient demography, basic bone biology, funerary practices, and prehistoric medicine. Archaeology of Disease - 3rd edition ISBN13...
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*  Manure used by Europe’s first farmers 8,000 years ago | HeritageDaily - Heritage & Archaeology New
Manure used by Europe s first farmers 8,000 years ago. HeritageDaily - Heritage Archaeology News. Student reports new finds of a living fossil. Evidence confirms volcanic island collapses may trigger mega-tsunamis. Archaeology Manure used by Europe s first farmers 8,000 years ago heritagedaily 2013-07-16. A research team led by the University of Oxford has found that Neolithic farmers manured and watered their crops as early as 6,000 BC. Lead author Dr Amy Bogaard from the School of Archaeology at the University of Oxford said: The fact that farmers made long-term investments such as manuring in their land sheds new light on the nature of early farming landscapes in Neolithic times. The samples were from archaeological excavations of Neolithic sites across Europe, dating from nearly 6,000 to 2,400 BC. The study also has important implications for research into the diet of early farmers. HeritageDaily : Archaeology News : Archaeology Press Releases. Tags: Archaeologica archaeological archaeology news Archeolog...
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*  The Archaeology News Network: Emperor Quin Shi Huang's deadly tomb stumps archaeologists Emperor Qui
The Archaeology News Network: Emperor Quin Shi Huang's deadly tomb stumps archaeologists. Emperor Quin Shi Huang's deadly tomb stumps archaeologists. The Archaeology News Network. Stay Connected Latest Posts in RSS Latest Comments in RSS Connect with us on Twitter Connect with us on Facebook Connect with us on Google+. Archaeology Europe Northern Europe Western Europe Eastern Europe Southern Europe. Greater Middle East Near East Middle East. Asia Central Asia South Asia East Asia. Australasia South-East Asia Oceania. Americas North America Central America South America. Palaeontology Ancient Environment/Climate Dinosaurs Early Birds Early Mammals Fossils. Home / Ancient, ArchaeoHeritage, Archaeology, Asia, Breakingnews, China, East Asia / Emperor Quin Shi Huang's deadly tomb stumps archaeologists. Emperor Quin Shi Huang's deadly tomb stumps archaeologists. Posted by TANN Ancient, ArchaeoHeritage, Archaeology, Asia, Breakingnews, China, East Asia 4:00 PM. The recently discovered burial complex of China's first...
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*  Archaeology | Culture24
Archaeology. Culture24. History Heritage. Museums at Night. Places to Go. History Heritage. Archaeology. Home / History Heritage / Archaeology. Archaeology. Archaeology news and features about the latest digs and finds together with archaeology events and web resources collected from hundreds of UK museums and heritage sites. Could Bronze Age mummies have been smoked and buried in British peat bogs. Bronze Age bodies buried in the UK resemble a prehistoric mummy from northern Yemen and a partially mummified body found in a peat bog in Ireland, according to archaeologists. Buried Neolithic Scottish woman is sad case of UK's first rickets sufferer, say archaeologists. Why this tower. Archaeologists hope to discover artefacts telling the story of the tower of Conisbrough Castle, in South Yorkshire, during the first excavations at the English Heritage site in decades. Archaeologists discover body of man with shield and teenage girl at Roman Northamptonshire villa. Archaeologists to dig at Lincolnshire site which ...
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*  History of archaeology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... History of archaeology. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Then, the 16th and 17th century saw the rise of Antiquarians who were interested in the collection of artifacts. 3 Development of archaeological method. Antiquarians studied history with particular attention to ancient artifacts and manuscripts, as well as historical sites. Flavio Biondo an Italian Renaissance humanist historian created a systematic guide to the ruins and topography of ancient Rome in the early 15th century for which he has been called an early founder of archaeology. First excavations. The first known excavations made at Stonehenge were conducted by Dr William Harvey and Gilbert North in the early 17th century. He wrote Monumenta Britannica in the late 17th century, as a survey of early urban and military sites, including Roman towns, "camps" hillforts, and castles and a review of archaeological remains, including sepulchral monuments, roads, coins and urns. William Stukeley was another antiquarian who contributed to the ear...
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*  Computational archaeology
... There is already a large body of literature on the use of quantitative methods and computer-based analysis in archaeology. advanced statistics in archaeology, spatial and temporal archaeological data analysis bayesian analysis and advanced probability models, fuzziness and uncertainty in archaeological data scale-related phenomena and scale transgressions intrasite analysis representations of stratigraphy, 3D analysis, artefact distributions landscape analysis territorial modeling, visibility analysis optimal survey and sampling strategies process-based modeling and simulation models archaeological predictive modeling and heritage management applications supervised and unsupervised classification and typology, artificial intelligence applications digital excavations and virtual reality archaeological software development, electronic data sharing and publishing. algorithm and software design, database design and theory, geoinformation science spatial statistics and modeling, geographic information systems...
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*  Typology Archaeology References | RM.com ®
Typology Archaeology References. Typology Archaeology References A selection of articles related to typology archaeology references. Original articles from our library related to the Typology Archaeology References. See Table of Contents for further available material downloadable resources on Typology Archaeology References. Subliminal Persuasion: References. Parapsychology >> Subliminal Persuasion Hypnosis References Bower, G. Religions >> Christianity & Paganism The Celtic Vedic Connection, Part I Of all the great ancient cultures perhaps no two share more parallels than those of the Celtic and Vedic peoples. Religions >> Druidism Religions >> Vedic Learning Reiki Can Anyone Learn Reiki. The Attunement Preparing for an Attunement The International Center for Reiki Training Attunement Process Issues of Time and Money Reiki News article Origin of the $10,000.00 Fee Choosing a Teacher Questions to Ask about Reiki... Body Mysteries >> Reiki Bibles Do Not Equal Wisdom Bibles do not equal wisdom. Religion & Phil...
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*  ARCH8307 “Introductory Archaeological Geophysics” 2010 | Flinders Archaeology Blog
ARCH8307 Introductory Archaeological Geophysics 2010. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Lower Murray Archaeological Project LMAP, Stone Artefact Analysis: Blog Two. ARCH8307 Introductory Archaeological Geophysics 2010 Posted on. Comments Off on ARCH8307 Introductory Archaeological Geophysics 2010. Email. Lower Murray Archaeological Project LMAP, Stone Artefact Analysis: Blog Two. Tags Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritage ...
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*  Tennis court tent society at Mallala | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Tennis court tent society at Mallala. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Fashions in the Field The Mallala Museum: Brilliant AND Creepy. Tennis court tent society at Mallala Posted on. Comments Off on Tennis court tent society at Mallala. The Tennis Court tent society was not without its famous residents. Email. This entry was posted in Posts from the field , Student Posts and tagged Field methods , Fieldschools , Mallala. Posts from the field 25. Tags Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fie...
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*  Another Step on the Road to Signifcance | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. The Unley Museum is inside the first South Australian Fire Station and revolves around the local history of Unley. If you wish to know more about the collections or the similarities and differences check the website address above or contact me for more information. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged City of Unley, History, Museum Collections, South Australia, Student Placements. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritag...
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*  Heritage training for Aboriginal people | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Heritage training for Aboriginal people. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Comments Off on Heritage training for Aboriginal people. These were obtained from the Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division of the South Australian Government. • The State government of Victoria offers a program for training of Aboriginal people in the area of archaeology, heritage, cultural heritage management and protection. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division, Indigenous Archaeology, Student Placements. Tags Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Exca...
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*  Remembering ‘the everyday’ using community maps | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Remembering the everyday using community maps. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Comments Off on Remembering the everyday using community maps. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged City of Marion, community maps, Cultural Heritage Management, cultural mapping, digital story telling, Directed Study. Tags Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritage Legislation Hinchinbrook Island Historical Archaeology Indigeno...
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*  Graduate students receive recognition for their outstanding work | Flinders Archaeology Blog
On Friday the 27th of February, a number of Flinders University students in the Graduate Programmes in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Management received awards for their achievements. Award winners were: Kellie Clayton The Ecophyte Technologies Archaeological Geophysics Prize Amirul Affifudin Runner up, Australian Cultural Heritage Management Graduate Prize Emily Bower Runner up, Australian Cultural Heritage Management Graduate Prize Michael Field Excellence in Field Practice Prize Rui Laranjeira Graduate Program Staff Encouragement Prize Clare von Maltzahn Graduate Student Archaeology Prize Kylie Lower Runner up, Graduate Student Archaeology Prize Jenna Randell The ACHM Graduate Student Cultural Heritage Management Prize. Tags Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Communit...
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*  Directed Studies- Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Directed Studies- Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Directed Study in Cultural Heritage Managment. Directed Studies- Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division. Comments Off on Directed Studies- Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division. This semester I am undertaking a Directed Study Project with Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division AARD of the South Australian Government. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division, Indigenous Archaeology, Student Placements. Directed Study in Cultural Heritage Managment. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro ...
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*  The Loch Sloy shipwreck 1899: The final blog (or is it?) | Flinders Archaeology Blog
The Loch Sloy shipwreck 1899: The final blog or is it. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Marion s Intangible Heritage: Interview #3 with Diana. Marion s Intangible Heritage: Interview #4 with Jill. The Loch Sloy shipwreck 1899: The final blog or is it. Comments Off on The Loch Sloy shipwreck 1899: The final blog or is it. Even though my directed study with Flinders University Archaeology Department is now finished, I look forward to being involved in this project as a volunteer. Email. Marion s Intangible Heritage: Interview #3 with Diana. Marion s Intangible Heritage: Interview #4 with Jill. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directe...
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*  Keeping up with the blog | Flinders Archaeology Blog
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*  Background Noise: A Double-Edged Sword | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Background Noise: A Double-Edged Sword. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Background Noise: A Double-Edged Sword. Comments Off on Background Noise: A Double-Edged Sword. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts and tagged Field methods, Field School, Mallala, Red Banks, Seven Stars Hotel. Archaeology and heritage news 18. Posts from the field 25. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritage Legislation Hinchinbrook Island Historical Archaeology Indigenous Archaeology Kangaroo Island Kaurna Lady Alice Mine...
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*  Photographic Memories: Reflections of Port MacDonnell | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Indigenous, maritime and historical archaeology and cultural heritage management. Email. This entry was posted in Student Posts. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritage Legislation Hinchinbrook Island Historical Archaeology Indigenous Archaeology Kangaroo Island Kaurna Lady Alice Mine Legislation Magnetometer Magpie Creek Magpie Creek Ruin Mallala Marion City Council Maritime Archaeology Master Class Mitcham Heritage Research Centre Modbury Museum Collections New Norfolk ...
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*  Daniel Fallu (GRS’16) recipient of a GRAF and AIA Pomerance Fellowship | Archaeology
Daniel Fallu GRS 16 recipient of a GRAF and AIA Pomerance Fellowship. Archaeology. Boston University Archaeology. Students Resources. Menu. Search. About Us Academics Research Fieldwork Get Involved. Students Resources This Site BU Medical All BU BU Maps BU Directory Google. Daniel Fallu GRS 16 recipient of a GRAF and AIA Pomerance Fellowship Dan Fallu, Boston University Department of Archaeology graduate student has been awarded the long term GRAF. The GRAF is specifically for his field work and residency in Greece. The bulk of the funding will be put towards coring the banks of the Chavos River part of the natural fortification of Mycenae in order to develop a history of sediment dynamics. The main goal of this coring is to determine if a dam yet to be discovered architecturally created a reservoir that resulted in the eventual burial of the site. The AIA Pomerance Fellowship will pay for dating carbon and osl and isotope analysis to understand the effect of climate perturbuation on the stratigraphy at Myce...
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*  Dig It Up - Archaeology & Geology tools - Dig It Up
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*  The Archaeology News Network: Archaeologists uncover oldest mine in the AmericasArchaeologists uncov
The Archaeology News Network: Archaeologists uncover oldest mine in the Americas. Archaeologists uncover oldest mine in the Americas. Stay Connected Latest Posts in RSS Latest Comments in RSS Connect with us on Twitter Connect with us on Facebook Connect with us on Google+. Archaeology Europe Northern Europe Western Europe Eastern Europe Southern Europe. Greater Middle East Near East Middle East. Asia Central Asia South Asia East Asia. Australasia South-East Asia Oceania. Americas North America Central America South America. Palaeontology Ancient Environment/Climate Dinosaurs Early Birds Early Mammals Fossils. Home / Americas , ArchaeoHeritage , Archaeology , Peru , South America / Archaeologists uncover oldest mine in the Americas. Archaeologists uncover oldest mine in the Americas. Posted by TANN Americas , ArchaeoHeritage , Archaeology , Peru , South America 7:06 PM. Archaeologists have discovered a 12,000-year-old iron oxide mine in Chile that marks the oldest evidence of organized mining ever found in th...
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*  2004 in archaeology
in archaeology in archaeology the year in archaeology included many events some of which are listed below explorations publications finds miscellaneous awards births deaths references explorations start of the three year bombay before the british project start of the iziko south african museum project to attempt to identify the wreck of the slave ship meermin publications finds huxley hoard of th century viking silver jewellery discovered near huxley cheshire england salcombe b underwater archaeological site identified from bronze age finds discovered on the salcombe cannon wreck site off the english south coast swash channel wreck early th century discovered off poole harbour on the english south coast miscellaneous new calibration curve for dendrochronology intcal internationally ratified for dates back to bp albert goodyear of the university of south carolina institute of archaeology and anthropology announces that radiocarbon dating at the topper archaeological site in south carolina dates it to approxima...
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*  Using isotopes to understand diet in Chile | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Cultural Heritage and Little Marion. Through this work, and from learning the preparation techniques for isotope analysis, an opportunity arose for this Masters project to take place examining other collections of human bones from two archaeological sites in this region: the site of Az-71, in the Azapa Valley of northern Chile and the site of Pica-8 in the Tarapacá region of northern Chile. Email. Cultural Heritage and Little Marion. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Department of Indigenous Affairs Directed Study Excavation Field methods Field School Fieldschools Fieldwork Flinders University Geophysical Techniques Graffiti Heritag...
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*  Whitehawk Camp Community Archaeology Project uncovers hidden secrets
... UCL Home. Prospective students. Current students. Staff. skip to navigation. skip to content. UCL Institute of Archaeology. UCL Home. Archaeology. News and Events. Whitehawk Camp Community Archaeology Project un... Institute of Archaeology. Home. News and Events. Study Here. Research. People. About. Contact. Intranet. A A A. Whitehawk Camp Community Archaeology Project uncovers hidden secrets. 19 June 2014. A geophysical survey of Whitehawk Causewayed Enclosure has revealed previously unknown archaeological features. The work was undertaken by the Centre for Applied Archaeology CAA and the Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society BHAS as part of the Whitehawk Camp Community Archaeology Project which aims to connect Brighton's communities with the nationally important Whitehawk Causewayed Enclosure, the burial place of Brighton's first residents. The team used magnetometry to ’map’ magnetic anomalies in the soil, rock and bedrock. The survey was undertaken to find out more about the extent and nature of t...
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*  CBA Community Archaeology Forum: PrestonCommunityArchaeologyProject
... community archaeology. CAF Links: HomePage About CAF Help Projects Page Index Recent Changes Advice/Guidance Funding Marsh Award Current Events Past Events Projects by Region Discussion List. Preston Community Archaeology Project. The results of the excavations in Preston have never been fully published, and for many years the finds have been in storage in Guildford, and Brian Hope-Taylor's records in storage in Scotland. As part of a three-year Community Archaeology Project, the county archaeological unit, Heritage Enterprise, succeeded in getting Heritage Lottery Funding to run a local Community Archaeology project in Preston to find out more about this magnificent site. The aim of the day was to introduce local people to the archaeological archive and artefacts from the excavations that took place in Preston during the 1950s. As a result the Preston Community Archaeology Project was formed. The finds from Brian Hope Taylor’s excavations were transferred to the Surrey History Centre in Woking, so that ...
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*  Yourambulla Caves Rock Art Trail: Natural vs. Human Intervention | Flinders Archaeology Blog
Yourambulla Caves Rock Art Trail: Natural vs. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Flinders Archaeology Blog. Yourambulla Caves Rock Art Trail: Natural vs. Comments Off on Yourambulla Caves Rock Art Trail: Natural vs. The Yourambulla Caves are an Indigenous rock art site located 13 kilometres south-west from the town of Hawker within the southern Flinders Ranges, South Australia. Graffiti is present at all three rock shelter sites. Email. This entry was posted in Posts from the field, Student Posts and tagged Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division, Cultural Heritage Management, Indigenous Australian art, Rock art, Rock shelter, Yourambulla Cave. Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division Aboriginal Affairs Victoria Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 Archaeological potential Archaeology Archival research Artefact Photography Artefacts Australia Boord House Burial sites Cape York Peninsula City of Marion City of Unley Community archaeology Community engagement Cultural Heritage Management daniel petraccaro Departme...
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*  Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology - University of Birmingham
... Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script. University of Birmingham. Events. Study. News. Events. Search. Search for:. Browse our libraries. Buy from our online shop. Home > Schools and Departments > History and Cultures > Departments > Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology. Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology. Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology at Birmingham is one of the few university departments in the UK that draws together Archaeology and the study of Greece, Rome, Egypt and the Near East. For Classics and Ancient History we were rated 10th in the UK in the Guardian 2015 university subject tables and for Archaeology we were rated 8th in the UK by the Complete University Guide. Undergraduate courses Classics, Classical Literature Civilisation, and Ancient History programmes. News. Events. News Posted 21 September 2015 New Teacher Subject Support Days in Classics The Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology at the University of Bi...
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*  Nazi archaeology
... Amt Rosenberg. Goals of Nazi archaeology To the public. To archaeologists. Alfred Rosenberg. Hans Reinerth. Other Nazi archaeologists. His ideas and theories were picked up by the Nazi organisations Amt Rosenberg and Ahnenerbe. Examples offered by Kossinna and Alfred Rosenberg presented a history of Germany equivalent to that of the Roman Empire, suggesting that “Germanic people were never destroyers of culture not like the Romans and the French in recent times.” Combined with Nazi ideology, this theory gave the perfect foundation for the view of Germany as the locomotive of world civilisation. By 1937, it was the primary instrument of Nazi archaeology and archaeological propaganda, subsuming smaller organisations like Reinerth's Archaeology Group, and filling its ranks with "investigators". Amt Rosenberg. A smaller, more professional group of archaeologists, at least in their background and training, was led by Rosenberg and part of his Amt Rosenberg organisation, the 'Reichsbund für Deutsche Vorgeschic...
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*  Was King Richard III a control freak? | HeritageDaily - Heritage & Archaeology News
Was King Richard III a control freak. HeritageDaily - Heritage Archaeology News. QoD: Ruined Monasteries. Mummification was commonplace in Bronze Age Britain. Archaeologists Raise Trio of Civil War Cannons From Scuttled CSS Pee Dee. Soup News: September 2015. Archaeology Was King Richard III a control freak. heritagedaily 2013-03-04. heritagedaily 1. University of Leicester psychologists have made an analysis of Richard III’s character – aiming to get to the man behind the bones. They found that, while there was no evidence for Shakespeare’s depiction of Richard III as a psychopath, he may have had “intolerance to uncertainty syndrome” – which may have manifested in control freak tendencies. HeritageDaily : Archaeology News : Archaeology Press Releases. You Might Also Like Mummification was commonplace in Bronze Age Britain October 1, 2015 0. Archaeologists Raise Trio of Civil War Cannons From Scuttled CSS Pee Dee September 30, 2015 0. Email : editor@heritagedaily.com. Was Cleopatra beautiful. The archaeologi...
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*  Archaeology - MeritBadgeDotOrg
Archaeology. name= Archaeology. name= Archaeology. - == Merit badge requirements ==. + br. Learn about three archaeological sites located outside the United States. Learn about three archaeological sites located within the United States. Explain how the information gained from the study of these sites answers questions that archaeologists are asking and how the information may be important to modern people. Explain why it is important to protect archaeological sites. Discuss with your merit badge counselor what archaeologists a thousand years from now might learn from the contents of your capsule about you and the culture in which you live. Under the supervision of a qualified archaeologist or instructor, do ONE of the following:. Describe what you would expect to find at an archaeological site for these people. Describe what you would expect to find at an archaeological site for these people. 1 Archaeology merit badge requirements 2 Notes 3 Requirement resources 4 Related awards 5 See also 6 External links. ...
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*  The Archaeology of Shamanism
... 'The Archaeology of Shamanism' is an academic anthology edited by the English archaeologist Neil Price which was first published by Routledge in 2001. Containing fourteen separate papers produced by various scholars working in the disciplines of archaeology and anthropology, it looks at the manner in which archaeologists can interpret shamanism in the archaeological record. Part Two: Siberia and Central Asia: The 'cradle of shamanism'. Part Three: North America and the North Atlantic. Part Four: Northern Europe. Reception and recognition Academic reviews. The origins of 'The Archaeology of Shamanism' came from Price's doctoral research, which he undertook at the University of York 's Department of Archaeology from October 1988 through to May 1992. Part Two: Siberia and Central Asia: The 'cradle of shamanism'. Part Three: North America and the North Atlantic. Part Four: Northern Europe. Devoted to a discussion of burial in Early Anglo-Saxon England, it focuses in on the connection between cremation rites ...
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*  14th Century burial ground discovered in central London | HeritageDaily - Heritage & Archaeology New
14th Century burial ground discovered in central London. HeritageDaily - Heritage Archaeology News. Student reports new finds of a living fossil. Archaeology 14th Century burial ground discovered in central London heritagedaily 2013-03-15. Archaeologists working on the UK’s largest infrastructure project, Crossrail, have discovered an historical burial ground in central London. Historical records reference a burial ground in the Farringdon area that opened during the Black Death Plague in 1348. The depth of the burials, the pottery dated up until 1350 found in the graves and the layout of the skeletons all point to the likelihood that these skeletons were buried in Charterhouse Square during the Black Death Plague around 1349. We will be undertaking scientific tests on the skeletons over the coming months to establish their cause of death, whether they were Plague victims from the 14th Century or later London residents, how old they were and perhaps evidence of who they were. On its own, this was not enough e...
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*  Books & Television: Editors' Picks - Archaeology Magazine Archive
... Interactive Digs. Slideshow. Search. Subscribe to the Digital Edition. Subscribe to the Digital Edition. Archaeology e-Update. Subscriber Alert. Archaeology.org Survey Rules. Feed. A publication of the Archaeological Institute of America. Special Introductory Offer. RENEW GIVE A GIFT BACK ISSUES E-UPDATE CUSTOMER SERVICE. News. Magazine. Online Exclusives. Travel. Subscribe. Editors' Picks. Volume 58 Number 2, March/April 2005. Starvation, scurvy, lead poisoning, and cannibalism ended a famous 1845 voyage through the Arctic in search of the Northwest Passage, the subject of Frozen in Time: The Fate of the Franklin Expedition Vancouver: GreyStone Books, 2004; $15.95, by anthropologist Owen Beattie, who found the crew's gruesome remains in the 1980s. In this updated edition, Beattie gives the evidence for the crew having lead poisoning from tinned foods, which they ate to prevent scurvy it didn't work. Patient archaeology fans will be rewarded in the last episode of the excellent three-part Nature show Dee...
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*  .. Natural Disaster .. Dealing with the dead of Villamagna, Medieval Italy ..
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*  Magnetic survey (archaeology)
Magnetic survey archaeology. Magnetic survey archaeology. thumb|right|250px|Magnetic survey of an archaeological site thumb|right|250px|Magnetic gradiometer map of Prehistoric fire-hearths 'Magnetic survey' is one of a number of methods used in archaeological geophysics. In archaeology, magnetic surveys are used to detect and map archaeological artifacts and features. Magnetic surveys are used in both terrestrial and marine archaeology. Overview Terrestrial magnetic surveys Marine Magnetic Surveys Related methods Further reading References. Magnetometer s used in geophysical survey may use a single sensor to measure the total magnetic field strength, or may use two sometimes more spatially separated sensors to measure the gradient of the magnetic field the difference between the sensors. Proton precession magnetometers have largely been superseded by faster and more sensitive fluxgate and cesium instruments. Terrestrial magnetic surveys. In terrestrial archaeology, magnetic surveys are typically used for de...
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(1/404) Protein preservation and DNA retrieval from ancient tissues.

The retrieval of DNA from fossils remains controversial. To substantiate claims of DNA recovery, one needs additional information on the preservation of other molecules within the same sample. Flash pyrolysis with GC and MS was used to assess the quality of protein preservation in 11 archaeological and paleontological remains, some of which have yielded ancient DNA sequences authenticated via a number of criteria and some of which have consistently failed to yield any meaningful DNA. Several samples, including the Neanderthal-type specimen from which DNA sequences were recently reported, yielded abundant pyrolysis products assigned to 2,5-diketopiperazines of proline-containing dipeptides. The relative amounts of these products provide a good index of the amount of peptide hydrolysis and DNA preservation. Of these samples, four stem from arctic or subarctic regions, emphasizing the importance of cooler temperatures for the preservation of macromolecules. Flash pyrolysis with GC and MS offers a rapid and effective method for assessing fossils for the possibility of DNA preservation.  (+info)

(2/404) Why hunter-gatherer populations do not show signs of pleistocene demographic expansions.

The mitochondrial DNA diversity of 62 human population samples was examined for potential signals of population expansions. Stepwise expansion times were estimated by taking into account heterogeneity of mutation rates among sites. Assuming an mtDNA divergence rate of 33% per million years, most populations show signals of Pleistocene expansions at around 70,000 years (70 KY) ago in Africa and Asia, 55 KY ago in America, and 40 KY ago in Europe and the Middle East, whereas the traces of the oldest expansions are found in East Africa (110 KY ago for the Turkana). The genetic diversity of two groups of populations (most Amerindian populations and present-day hunter-gatherers) cannot be explained by a simple stepwise expansion model. A multivariate analysis of the genetic distances among 61 populations reveals that populations that did not undergo demographic expansions show increased genetic distances from other populations, confirming that the demography of the populations strongly affects observed genetic affinities. The absence of traces of Pleistocene expansions in present-day hunter-gatherers seems best explained by the occurrence of recent bottlenecks in those populations, implying a difference between Pleistocene (approximately 1,800 KY to 10 KY ago) and Holocene (10 KY to present) hunter-gatherers demographies, a difference that occurred after, and probably in response to, the Neolithic expansions of the other populations.  (+info)

(3/404) Neanderthal cannibalism at Moula-Guercy, Ardeche, France.

The cave site of Moula-Guercy, 80 meters above the modern Rhone River, was occupied by Neanderthals approximately 100,000 years ago. Excavations since 1991 have yielded rich paleontological, paleobotanical, and archaeological assemblages, including parts of six Neanderthals. The Neanderthals are contemporary with stone tools and faunal remains in the same tightly controlled stratigraphic and spatial contexts. The inference of Neanderthal cannibalism at Moula-Guercy is based on comparative analysis of hominid and ungulate bone spatial distributions, modifications by stone tools, and skeletal part representations.  (+info)

(4/404) Mid-Pleistocene Acheulean-like stone technology of the Bose basin, South China.

Stone artifacts from the Bose basin, South China, are associated with tektites dated to 803,000 +/- 3000 years ago and represent the oldest known large cutting tools (LCTs) in East Asia. Bose toolmaking is compatible with Mode 2 (Acheulean) technologies in Africa in its targeted manufacture and biased spatial distribution of LCTs, large-scale flaking, and high flake scar counts. Acheulean-like tools in the mid-Pleistocene of South China imply that Mode 2 technical advances were manifested in East Asia contemporaneously with handaxe technology in Africa and western Eurasia. Bose lithic technology is associated with a tektite airfall and forest burning.  (+info)

(5/404) Rapid extinction of the moas (Aves: Dinornithiformes): model, test, and implications.

A Leslie matrix population model supported by carbon-14 dating of early occupation layers lacking moa remains suggests that human hunting and habitat destruction drove the 11 species of moa to extinction less than 100 years after Polynesian settlement of New Zealand. The rapid extinction contrasts with models that envisage several centuries of exploitation.  (+info)

(6/404) The initial domestication of goats (Capra hircus) in the Zagros mountains 10,000 years ago.

Initial goat domestication is documented in the highlands of western Iran at 10,000 calibrated calendar years ago. Metrical analyses of patterns of sexual dimorphism in modern wild goat skeletons (Capra hircus aegagrus) allow sex-specific age curves to be computed for archaeofaunal assemblages. A distinct shift to selective harvesting of subadult males marks initial human management and the transition from hunting to herding of the species. Direct accelerator mass spectrometry radiocarbon dates on skeletal elements provide a tight temporal context for the transition.  (+info)

(7/404) Pleistocene milestones on the out-of-Africa corridor at Gesher Benot Ya'aqov, israel.

The Acheulean site of Gesher Benot Ya'aqov in the Dead Sea Rift of Israel documents hominin movements and technological development on a corridor between Africa and Eurasia. New age data place the site at 780,000 years ago (oxygen isotope stage 19), considerably older than previous estimates. The archaeological data from the site portray strong affinities with African stone tool traditions. The findings also reflect adroit technical skills and in-depth planning abilities, more advanced and complex than those of earlier archaeological occurrences in the Levant.  (+info)

(8/404) Peopling the past: new perspectives on the ancient Maya.

The new direction in Maya archaeology is toward achieving a greater understanding of people and their roles and their relations in the past. To answer emerging humanistic questions about ancient people's lives Mayanists are increasingly making use of new and existing scientific methods from archaeology and other disciplines. Maya archaeology is bridging the divide between the humanities and sciences to answer questions about ancient people previously considered beyond the realm of archaeological knowledge.  (+info)


To make 20 gallons of ancient beer, how many pounds of malted barley would I need?


I'm trying to replicate the Midas Touch beer for an experimental archaeology class, so anyone who could lend me some information, it would be helpful.
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Here's an extract recipe for a 6.5 gal batch.  Multiply by 3 to get your approx 20 gal batch, and divide the malt extract by 0.7 to convert to the amount of malted barley (70% is a good figure for "brewhouse efficiency").  Rounding up a bit results in 35 pounds of malted barley.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f78/dog-fish-head-midas-touch-71861/


Any one know the history of the potatoe peeler?


In my Archaeology class we are doing some Research about potato peelers where we have to draw, measure etc a peeler we have at home and also we are suppose to present it. So does any one know about the history of a potato peeler???
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Over 500 patents for potato peelers were patented in the 1800s. Early peelers were made of iron and the patent number and other information was included in the casting. Peelers ranged from the familiar and simple round swiveling rod with a knife blade that peeled skin, to contraptions full of gears and wheels that could peel, core, slice and section. There were separate peelers designed for different fruits and vegetables; there were even peelers that removed the kernels from ears of corn.

There are three main varieties of potato peelers, the Lancashire design involving the blade as an extension of a handle, in much the same way as the blade is attached to a knife. A right-hander typically holds the potato in ones left hand and holding the peeler in the fingers of the right hand and the top of the potato with the thumb of the right hand. The action then involves using the fingers of the right hand to pull the peeler's blade over the skin of the potato, turning it slightly so that it digs in and removes the potato skin, in a movement towards the right thumb. This also uses the grip of the right thumb to allow the movement of the fingers of the right hand to be based on the contraction of the right hand in a claw movement which is easier to accomplish than if the movement of the right fingers were to be controlled by the right arm or wrist.

The second variety more closely resembles a safety razor (sometimes it is called a Y-peeler (due to its shape), Rex peeler, yoke peeler, or speed peeler), with the blade perpendicular to the handle, is used with a similar action to a razor, shaving off skin in strips parallel to the handle. Most speed peelers have an 'eye gouger' beside the blade, a loop of metal used to dig out eyes and blemishes from the potato.

The third variety has no official name, but is used extensively in Australia, where the design originated. It was designed in about 1947 by a company called Dalsonware in Melbourne who call it the "Dalson Classic Aussie Peeler". It consists of a plastic handle which extends upwards to support both the base and tip of a partially rotating blade. This type of peeler is also typical of a general fruit and vegetable peeler in Canada.


do you think psychiatrists are really a poor excuse for the medical profession?


psychiatrists are really a poor excuse for the medical profession.  do you think they should take psychiatry out of medical school and put it in the department of archeology or anthropology or with the witchcraft.
do you think psychiatry is no more than witchcraft ?
what the fak is Scientology
psychiatry is not a proven science
for your information humans are not Numbers .they are made up of chemicals cells etc .
there is no credible evidence for chemical imbalance .(its a fiction)
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If you have an agenda, you should get someone with a higher level of intelligence to represent your opinion.
Or are you mentally ill and in your denial trying to convince yourself as well as everyone else that the doctors are wrong?


What is your dream job/career and why?


What do you want to be in the future and why? These are my top choices:

Obstetrics/nursing:
Perinatal nurse
Nurse-midwife 

Marine biology: 
Aquavet
Fish ecologist 
Aquarist 

Archaeology: 
Field supervisor 
Principle investigator 

Other:
Writer
Contemporary dancer 

What about you???
Oh, also under archaeology, I'm interested in zooarchaeology :)
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What is a good last name for the following characters?


I need last names for the following characters.

Lucy (the heroine) - she's pretty, smart, strong, but girl next door and just inherited powers. she also loves archeology and history.

Duncan - mysterious, charming guy in Lucy's life
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Lucy Burns
Duncan Prescott


Why do so many people consider SPF 80 and other high SPF sunblocks useless?


I'm in an archaeology field school and end up with nasty sunburns even after reapplying SPF 45 every three or so hours, and I want to go to a higher SPF, but I've heard they're useless, any truth?
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Sorry friend, no one considers them useless. They are simply redundant and have not been proven any more effective than spf 40, and are just more of a marketing ploy.


What are some fun summer activities that I can do with my soon to be 12 year old son?


We are trying to do something fun everyday, and we are starting to run out of ideas.  We've already gone swimming, hiking, running through downtown fountains, beach, etc.  Any fun, kinda quirky ideas?
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You could do some "sidewalk archaeology", if you live in or near a relatively old neighborhood.  You record and maybe map out markings in the sidewalks, take pictures and rubbings and stuff like that.


How late do you let them sleep during the summer?


I have 10, 11, and 13 year old sons. Now that it is summer and school is out, they don't have anywhere to be in the morning and they have been sleeping in every minute that they can. They go to bed at around 11 and will sleep until about 2 or 3 in the afternoon. I guess I'm okay with it as they worked hard in school and sports this year and I know that they are tired. But, for other parents of children around middle school age, how late do you let them sleep during the summer?
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Well, no, I wouldn't let them sleep the summer away. They're wasting their lives!

Get them in bed sooner: 10 is late enough to enjoy the cooler evening, read for awhile, lay around in the dusk, chatting. Up early (6 is not too early, but sleeping in til 8 is nice if it won't have them missing the cool of the day!) Set them up with some morning chores or a breakfast at the park, and get them into the habit of more productive days.

I have a 14yo. She does tend to be awake later in the evening, but she's still up with the family between 6:30 and 8 (varies by the day), and if she needs a nap in the afternoon, that's fine. 

While it's true teenagers have some sleep disruption due to growth and life stage, it's a fallacy that "all teens need to sleep til afternoon." They are not 17th century royalty. :) It's okay to send them to bed at a time early enough to allow for 8 to 10 hours of sleep, and still have them rise at a normal time. It's also not at all unusual for teens who are active in life to be up at 5am to work a farm or ranch, head to swim-team practice, etc (I headed out at 6am for a job doing archeology field work for the government during my high school and college summers).