It may be a beautiful day to be in the field, but it is also an exciting day to be in the lab. Our hawkeyed volunteer, Emiko, found the smallest bead yet recovered. Please note, that scale is in millimeters! The bead was recovered in the fine mesh water screen recovery from recent and ongoing excavations at a mid- to late-eighteenth century site. We are exposing brick features to better understand the nature and style of architecture. Go figure that while exposing large structural elements we would also be recovering the smallest and most personal of artifacts.
Cultural History Tour
- CART Bi-Weekly Update February 17, 2018
- Gunston Hall Archaeology Symposium February 15, 2018
- “Cauliflower” Ware February 9, 2018
- Come Say Hi… February 3, 2018
- CART Bi-Weekly Update February 2, 2018
- Dr. Crowell, Archaeology and Collections Branch Manager January 30, 2018
- CART Bi-Weekly Update January 20, 2018
- Nottingham Stoneware January 12, 2018
- CART Bi-Weekly Update January 9, 2018
- Projectile Points: Triangle -part II December 29, 2017
Field and Lab work!
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