May Term 2015 Complete

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We have finished our field school this week. We are making the final edits to the biographies for homeowners at 525 N. Wittenberg Avenue and to the excavation reports for the season. Please look at the progress made this season and a few of the highlights from the garage excavation at Wittenberg’s historic campus.

Below is our first day of opening the excavation after the site survived the winter months.

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After three weeks of intensive excavation work at the Nearby Archaeology Project at Wittenberg, we have clear indications of the progress of understanding the use and reuse of this late 19th century garage as part of Wittenberg’s campus.

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2 Replies to “May Term 2015 Complete”

  1. I think it would be so awesome to do work on archeology projects ‘like this for school. It’s not only learning, but its also hands on work which also acts as a great teacher. I hope that one day I can do work like this with my degree and discover awesome things of the past.

  2. I think it would be so awesome to do work on archeology projects ‘like this for school. It’s not only learning, but its also hands on work which also acts as a great teacher. I hope that one day I can do work like this with my degree and discover awesome things of the past.

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