Archeologi senza archeologia… 2

… e questo buco desolatamente privo di ogni evidenza archeologica è il risultato di una giornata di duro lavoro… lunga è la strada verso Indiana Jones 😉 Related posts: Archeologi senza archeologia… 1 Archeologia e agricoltura Ma ci piacciono davvero i musei archeologici? Vi siete mai chiesti cosa fanno davvero gli altri archeologi? “Archeologia secondo






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Potters leaving their mark (fixing the past)

Thumb marks in amphora called Dressel 20 (Palma del Río, Seville)     Related posts: Why Archaeological Archives






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Iowa Lakeside Laboratory Archaeological Field School

by John Doershuk, State Archaeologist, University of Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist I had an especially interesting day of archaeology recently that involved my annual archaeological field school class interacting with students from a soils class that was learning to use a Giddings Rig. Lee Burras, Agronomy Professor at Iowa State University, and I






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Cotswold Archaeology: A day in the life of a Heritage Consultant

As a Heritage Consultant, my work can range from gathering information on ancient landscapes out in the field,






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19 years of excavation in Sidon, Lebanon.

19 years of excavation in Sidon, Lebanon.

For the past 19 years and despite political uncertainties excavations have been undertaken in one of the most






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Archaeology for (all) the Ages

Archaeology in Virginia, eastern U.S., is for many a collaborative effort that thrives through the Archaeological Technician Certification Program (Cert Program, for short).  Sponsored by the Archeological Society of Virginia (ASV), Council of Virginia Archaeologists (COVA), and Virginia Department of Historic Resources (VDHR), the Cert Program is all about citizen science training, partnerships between avocational






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Gravitational Field Season

Normally the Day of Archaeology falls just as we are packing up at the end of our major






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Micropasts volunteer transcriber

I’ve been a volunteer transcriber with Micropasts since 2014 and have worked on projects as varied as British






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A Day of Archaeology in Deep West Texas

  Spirit Eye (41PS25) is a prehistorically occupied cave system located in Presidio County, Texas just north of






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(ADS) space is the place

It’s another typically busy day here at the Archaeology Data Service (a UK digital archive for archaeological and heritage data), and despite being a Friday there’s still plenty of tasks to perform before I can head for the weekend. I’ve got a myriad of roles and responsibilities here, so thought I’d keep a running diary of






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Dirt, Data, and Drones: Sardis from Site to Archive to Outreach

I’m a lucky duck in that I have a full time job with a major archaeological project, the






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