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Community Archaeology at the Baranov Museum, Kodiak, Alaska

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During the last ten days of June 2008, the Baranov Museum of Kodiak sponsored a community archaeology project on its property and in the adjacent Sargent Park to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the A.D. 1808 construction of the Russian-America Company magazin (warehouse), which houses the Baranov Museum. Also known as the Erskine House National […]

Iceman – the story of Otzi

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Ötzi – the Iceman is the oldest known wet mummy in the world. His body was discovered in 1991 in the Schnalstal glacier and remains on display at the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology. In November 2007 his story came to life at the National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour. Be immersed in the fascinating mystery […]

Daer Excavation Update

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We’ve now completed a few more sites and a new one; no. 104 was only discovered last weekend and we have already excavated 9 square metres of it. This new site is only a few metres away from site No100 which we started a couple of weeks ago and are still progressing – No 100 […]