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Provider
Research Laboratories of Archaeology
Date created
1998–2003
Location
North Carolina
License
This photograph copyright ©1998. All Rights Reserved
Source
Original image housed by Research Laboratories of Archaeology

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  • Excavating Occaneechi Town: An archaeology primer: Republished with permission from the Research Laboratories of Archaeology, the Archaeology Primer uses photographs of the excavations at Occaneechi Town to introduce fundamental concepts of archaeology. The primer provides an introduction to the methods of archaeology and to some common types of artifacts, and prepares students to participate in an electronic archaeological dig. (Page 8)

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Photograph of students revealing ancient post holes by troweling the top of subsoil.

Photograph of students revealing ancient post holes by troweling the top of subsoil.