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In the lab: Artifact analysis

By Chris Dial When people think of Archaeology they conjure up images of the great pyramids or of a whip toting, gun-slinging b-film heroes but the reality of archaeology isn’t quite as glamorous. Archaeology is fun, don’t get me wrong, … Continue reading

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Kicking off SMASH 2016

Singer-Moye Archaeological Settlement History Project (SMASH) 2016 By Jennifer Birch and Stefan Brannan Singer-Moye (9SW2) is a multi-mound Mississippian center located in the Lower Chattahoochee River Valley of southwest Georgia. The site’s occupation has been estimated to span ca. A.D. … Continue reading

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Artifact Illustration

We are fortunate to be working with a talented illustrator named Matthew Crotts who will be drawing artifacts excavated at Singer-Moye during the 2013 and 2015 field seasons. The artifact below is a human effigy which would have decorated the rim … Continue reading

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Now accepting applications for the 2015 Archaeological Field School!

Follow the field school tab above for more details. When: June 5 – July 17 (6 weeks) Where: Stewart Co., GA (45 mins south of Columbus) What…students will learn: Archaeological and geophysical survey methods Mapping and documentation Processing of geophysical … Continue reading

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