February 9, 2023
What are the techniques used by archaeologists when they are excavating a new site? How is the dig actually conducted? How is the site laid-out, the earth removed, the measurements taken, and data recorded? What methods are used to document and preserve their finds for later analysis? In this lecture, Rudolph F. Pascucci, Director of the Palm Beach Museum of Natural History will take you through the process step-by-step, following a dig conducted by the Florida Atlantic University Archaeological Field School in Salango, Ecuador.
There will also be a discussion of plans for future lectures and activities. Anyone interested in helping with the growth of the Society as a volunteer or Board Member is encouraged to attend.
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