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Cedar Rapids Gazette Sunday, December 19, 1982, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

...: Sun , Dec 19, 1982Archaeoastronomy exhibition is the first of its kind The large... the new science of archaeoastronomy is a landmark survey of the art of the Western... Read More

DuBois Courier Express Friday, February 12, 1982, DuBois, Pennsylvania

...laboratory of the Center for Archaeometry at Washington University, sometimes described as a monument hospital or... ...was cleaned and polished, the archaeometry staff applied a patina — or chemical coloration — to... 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... ...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

.../ 7B Waning support threatens biblical archaeologyDcvid Briggs The Associated Press They helped... ...invent the game of modem biblical archaeology and dominated the field for many years. Now, Americans... ...public support to keep American biblical archaeology on the map. In an article titled "Death... Read More

Tribune Democrat Sunday, August 22, 2010, Johnstown, Pennsylvania

To compensate, they have surrounded themselves with experts - including Monge and a retired coroner, forensic dentist, geophysicist and a graduate student in bioarchaeology - who share the brothers’ enthusiasm and have volunteered their help. “They’re as professional a tea Read More

News Thursday, May 30, 1991, Frederick, Maryland

.... Found through a science called dendrochronology, these natural archives tell of droughts, insect infestations, forest fires... ...trees. -Both men work in dendrochronology, the science of Sating events and environmental changes in history... ...such a wound quickly heals. Dendrochronology came to the forefront around the turn of the cen... Read More

Defiance Crescent News Wednesday, April 06, 1977, Defiance, Ohio

choirs, and Church School at 10:30 a m. The public is invited to all services. of Prehistory Maumee River outside Toledo. Sponsored by the laboratory of ethnoarchaeology and the department of sociology, anthropology and social work at UT, the field work is open to undergraduat Read More

Experimental Archaeology
Frederick News Post Thursday, March 27, 2014, Frederick, Maryland

interestingly, the placement of the • artifacts tell us much about the Iceman's last hours, but also much about his life going back for many years. Neal's experience in experimental archaeology will be used to give a realistic view of life during the late Neolithic period in central Europe Some of th Read More

Forensic Archaeology
Colorado Springs Gazette Monday, July 21, 1997, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Lucck-etti, suspected they had located an early burial site back in 1995, they did not complete the excavation of the find until they could secure the help of a forensic archaeology team from the Smithsonian Institution's National Mu.seum of Natural History. The Jamestown scientists also decide Read More

Clovis News Journal Friday, August 15, 2003, Clovis, New Mexico

Grad Read in Anth: Physical Anth X 0 1-2 TBA TBA TBA TBA IBA STAFF ANTH 584EP Grad Read in Anth: Tech-Topic 1-2 TBA TBA IBA TBA IBA STAFF 585 P Geoarchaeology W 2:00 PM 4:30 PM PFH 137 Shelley P Colloquium TBA I BA TBA I BA I BA Durand S Request Form Required Read More Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions