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Farmington Daily Times Wednesday, June 20, 2007, Farmington, New Mexico

...sun sets on Thursday, the archaeoastronomy lessons are far from over. The second annual Archaeoastronomy Symposium... ...being used for archaeoastronomical purposes. Archaeoastronomy is the study of astronomy of prehistoric and ancient cultures... giving a lecture about archaeoastronomy at the site. Among the topics Baker is expected to... Read More


Cedar Rapids Gazette Tuesday, October 14, 2003, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

...three.55 Jim Huber occupation: archaeometry Creating a glimpse of the past Ancient pollen holds microscopic... ...Steve Meyer News correspondent VINTON — Archaeometry may not be an occupation you’ll find featured at... ...his study of pollen under archaeometry, which combines a number of disciplines. “As a kid, I... Read More

Athanasius Kircher

New York Times Saturday, January 23, 1909, New York, New York

...“ 'the Ark of Noah, by Athanasius Kircher of the Society of Jesus. Diiided into 'rhiV%^ Books, viz... ...during and after the flood. Athanasius Kircher was professor of mathematics at Rome, 1037-1045, and wrote... Read More

Biblical Archaeology

Panama City News Herald Saturday, September 16, 1995, Panama City, Florida

...invent the game of modem biblical archaeology and dominated the field for many years. Now, Americans are... ...public support to keep American biblical archaeology on the map. In an article titled "Death of... ...September-October issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review, Arizona archaeologist William G. Dever says that years of... Read More


Lawrence Journal World Sunday, May 09, 2004, Lawrence, Kansas

to study the oretical chemistry at Stanford Sarah who plans to study psychology at the University of Illinois at Christina Over land Park 2003 who plans to study bioarchaeology at Harvard In two KU students and six graduates were given honorable mention Those were Scott senior from Arma Shawn Read More


Annapolis Capital Thursday, January 23, 2003, Annapolis, Maryland

...rings. A specialized technique called dendrochronology is used to date very old wood samples. Dendrochronology matches... ...whose lifetimes have partly overlapped. Dendrochronology works very well on the bristlecone pine. Some California bristlecone... ...conditions thousands of years ago, dendrochronology also helps historians date prehistoric wooden structures. Increment bores of... Read More


Santa Fe New Mexican Monday, December 01, 1975, Santa Fe, New Mexico

to fill out the final evaluation form, at which time they may ask for counseling. That's when the results of the "Twenty Questions" survey can be seen. ADVANCED SEMINAR Ethnoarchaeology was the subject of a School of American Research advanced seminar which closed last weekend. The seminar brough Read More

Experimental Archaeology

Daily Herald Suburban Chicago Sunday, November 02, 1997, Arlington Heights, Illinois

having moved to the area, he was drawn to the club because of its members and its monthly mee tings held at the Arlington Park Hilton. Johnson joined the crowded session on experimental archaeology before reserving a seat for one of the most popular workshops: “Watching Star Trek with a Physicist” Aninin Read More

Forensic Archaeology

Daily Herald Suburban Chicago Friday, February 25, 2011, Arlington Heights, Illinois

Galloway crime novel — funny, considering the novel’s focus on ancient Roman rituals. In this follow-up to Griffiths’ debut, "The Crossing Places,” Dr. Galloway, head of forensic archaeology at the University of North Norfolk, is called to consult when an archaeology team uncovers the bones of  Read More


Walla Walla Union Bulletin Thursday, February 18, 1999, Walla Walla, Washington

.... She is an expert in geoarchaeology. • Gary Huckleberry, an anthropologist at Washington State University in Pullman... .... He is an expert in geoarchaeology and western North American archaeology. • John Fagan, president of Archaeological... Read More Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions