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Antur coedwig Cymru

Elise and I are finally reunited in Freiburg, and I have begun the task of going through my field school photos. We stayed in Bangor, Wales for 6 days. 159 more words

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The Pintia Field School

This June, I spent three weeks at an archaeological field school in northern Spain, working on an Iron Age necropolis called Las Ruedas. The necropolis served as a burial place for the Vaccean city of Pintia, which housed about 5,000 residents over 170 acres, and was occupied from around 400 BCE to roughly 600 CE. 1,208 more words


Field Notes: Week Eight (Plus Bonus Student Post)

I may have just written up my summary (sadly not summery) field notes for week nine and sent them off – but here are the links for week eight. 172 more words


Summer Field Work

When most of you read this title you will probably have visions of massive amounts of vegetables and other farm products, but for this post I’m talking about the other part of my life as an archaeologist!  636 more words


Field Notes: Week Seven

I’m a little late in bringing this post over to Deathsplanation, but it’s been a busy week (which you can read all about in Field Notes: Week Eight, next week). 143 more words


Jakarta and a Road Trip through West Java

 I can smell it as soon as I step off the plane. How could I forget? The sweet humid air like a pungent jungle flower never seen. 1,665 more words


Bioarchaeology Field School in southern Illinois

Arizona State University runs a wonderful bioarchaeology field school in southern Illinois, called Kampsville:


While it does specialize in bioarchaeology, students can also focus on field excavation techniques and GIS. 63 more words