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Update: It Begins in One Month

In one month I will be leaving for Belize. In case you have not read this post, I was recently accepted into an archaeology field school in Belize. 499 more words

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This Week in Awkwardness

Do you want to show off your obsession with Stranger Things AND help the National Endowment for the Arts?  David Harbour’s t-shirt does both!

I started working on my trip to Maryland.  361 more words

This Week In Awkwardness

This Week in Awkwardness

I was accepted into the field school in Maryland that I mentioned in my last post!  I’ll be spending 10 weeks in St. Mary’s City this summer digging and learning and probably sweating a whole bunch.  103 more words

This Week In Awkwardness

This Week in Awkwardness

Last year when I went to the Florida State Fair I was so enamored with it that I wrote a whole post about it, so of course I had to go again this year.  268 more words

This Week In Awkwardness

Aditu Archaeology Field School 2017! Now recruiting!

Join us in the 2017 season to discover the secrets of the Sanctuary of San Miguel in Excelsis, in Navarre (Spain). Our work this year will be a continuation of the excavation of the medieval cemetery at San Miguel.  169 more words

Archaeology

Day 'Tripping' Up to Site by Alisha Karim and Iliana Pappas

During our first week of field school, we took a field trip up to Kastro Kallithea to see the site for ourselves. For most of us, the biggest challenges were the scorching sun and the vicious pounari thorns that cover the hilltop, but for some of us, the difficulties were a little longer lasting. 292 more words

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My Summer in Mississippi: Archaeological Survey Field School in the Big Black River Basin

I will attempt to relate an unlikely series of events that climaxed in the experience of a lifetime. I am an undergraduate student (Junior) at the University of Alabama at Birmingham that came up through the community college system. 988 more words