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Illustration for a book about #StadenNyaLödöse is coming along. Meeting of the town council.
#WIP #digitalart #historicalarchaeology #medieval #wacom #cintiq13hd
Structure 3 was once a residence and has a beautiful intact fireplace (which I am very excited about). Here’s the in-progress scaled drawing. Before the end of today, I’m aiming to add in some of the detail 👍🏻 #historicalarchaeology #archaeology #texashistory #architecture #dhanistx #mappingolddhanis #insidenatgeo
It’s our last week out here! Time has flown. This is Structure 5, a log cabin with a dog trot  though the center. It is made of large Cyprus logs, which you can see through the more modern planks on the front. Documents and oral history suggest that this may be one of the oldest structures in the area. 
#historicalarchaeology #dogtrotcabin #texashistory #archaeology #mappingolddhanis #archaeologyphotography #insidenatgeo
It’s not every day we find a complete clay pipe! This magnificent clay pipe’s bowl is decorated with branches over a stipples background on the bowl of the pipe. .
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#archaeology #historicalarchaeology #artefact #artefactoftheday #christchurch #newzealand # #victorianhome #antique #victorian #claypipes #claypipe #smoking
Taller gratuito dirigido por la arqueóloga Ángela Guajardo. Esta instancia, abierta hacia  todas las personas interesadas en el patrimonio, abordará ideas básicas sobre arqueología, legislación y prehistoria chilena.
Viernes 18 enero:
-¿Qué es la arqueología?
-tipos de materiales y sitios arqueológicos.
-Protección legal del Patrimonio Arqueológico.
Sábado 19 enero:
-El trabajo arqueológico
-Culturas precolombinas de Chile(zona central) -La arqueología Histórica y Urbana.
-Recorrido Patrimonial por la Iglesia y Convento Recoleta Franciscana a cargo de "Santiago a Pie-Chile con Historia".
Información en inscripciones: arqueologourbano@gmail.com
#arqueologiaurbana #arqueologiahistorica #historicalarchaeology #urbanarchaeology
Taller gratuito dirigido por la arqueóloga Ángela Guajardo. Esta instancia, abierta hacia todas las personas interesadas en el patrimonio, abordará ideas básicas sobre arqueología, legislación y prehistoria chilena. Viernes 18 enero: -¿Qué es la arqueología? -tipos de materiales y sitios arqueológicos. -Protección legal del Patrimonio Arqueológico. Sábado 19 enero: -El trabajo arqueológico -Culturas precolombinas de Chile(zona central) -La arqueología Histórica y Urbana. -Recorrido Patrimonial por la Iglesia y Convento Recoleta Franciscana a cargo de "Santiago a Pie-Chile con Historia". Información en inscripciones: arqueologourbano@gmail.com #arqueologiaurbana  #arqueologiahistorica  #historicalarchaeology  #urbanarchaeology 
That little site down there will be my office for the next few weeks #urbanarchaeology #historicalarchaeology #historicmelbourne #littlelonsdalestreet #digging
Nuevas adquisiciones para seguir nutriendo ésta página!!!...muchas gracias a la gente buena onda que me trajo encargos desde Lima y Buenos Aires!!😍😍😍.
#arqueologiahistorica #historicalarchaeology #arqueologiaurbana #urbanarchaeology
It is raining like CRAZY here today, so here’s a flashback to earlier this week. This is a separate building out back of our third structure that we are calling Structure 4. Since the two ruins are within about two meters of each other, they were certainly related. This one may have functioned as a detached kitchen or even an earlier residence that was later converted when the larger house was built. 
Happy Friday all!

#historicalarchaeology #texashistory #dhanistx #archaeology #architecture #mappingolddhanis
It is raining like CRAZY here today, so here’s a flashback to earlier this week. This is a separate building out back of our third structure that we are calling Structure 4. Since the two ruins are within about two meters of each other, they were certainly related. This one may have functioned as a detached kitchen or even an earlier residence that was later converted when the larger house was built. Happy Friday all! #historicalarchaeology  #texashistory  #dhanistx  #archaeology  #architecture  #mappingolddhanis 
• late eighteenth / early nineteenth-century portuguese olive jar base with red ochre pigment, from an early plantation in tremé - residue analysis earlier this year confirmed that this jar contained “ferric oxide clay,” or red ochre, likely used by enslaved people as a colorant in compounded medicines. in pharmaceutical preparations, red ochre served as an inert filler and dye. it may also have been used for cosmetic purposes •
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#ochre #cosmetics #apothecary #historyofmedicine #makeup #redochre #portuguese #tinglazed #ceramics #ceramicsinamerica #creole #plantation #archaeology #historicalarchaeology #decorativearts #africanamericanhistory #nola #itsyournola #followyournola #digdatnola #neworleans
• late eighteenth / early nineteenth-century portuguese olive jar base with red ochre pigment, from an early plantation in tremé - residue analysis earlier this year confirmed that this jar contained “ferric oxide clay,” or red ochre, likely used by enslaved people as a colorant in compounded medicines. in pharmaceutical preparations, red ochre served as an inert filler and dye. it may also have been used for cosmetic purposes • - - - #ochre  #cosmetics  #apothecary  #historyofmedicine  #makeup  #redochre  #portuguese  #tinglazed  #ceramics  #ceramicsinamerica  #creole  #plantation  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #decorativearts  #africanamericanhistory  #nola  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
• late nineteenth / early twentieth-century oil lamp shade fragments, from a tremé wood yard. i love the variation in the types and styles of glass lamp shades we find, and it always amazes me to think of how many lamps would have been needed to lift even a smaller house in this working class neighborhood - at a time when other houses in the city were becoming electrified •
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#oillamp #glass #historicglass #lampshade #antique #electricity #lighting #archaeology #historicalarchaeology #decorativearts #everyday #aesthetics #workingclass #creole #africanamericanhistory #nola #nolahistory #itsyournola #followyournola #digdatnola #neworleans
• late nineteenth / early twentieth-century oil lamp shade fragments, from a tremé wood yard. i love the variation in the types and styles of glass lamp shades we find, and it always amazes me to think of how many lamps would have been needed to lift even a smaller house in this working class neighborhood - at a time when other houses in the city were becoming electrified • - - - #oillamp  #glass  #historicglass  #lampshade  #antique  #electricity  #lighting  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #decorativearts  #everyday  #aesthetics  #workingclass  #creole  #africanamericanhistory  #nola  #nolahistory  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
English made, “Adamant Hotel Ware” in “Trianon” pattern made by the John Maddox’s potteries in England between the 1910s and 1920s. This would place this oval vessel to the first Saltair Pavilion. .
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#utah #historicalarchaeology #utaharchaeology #ceramic #earthenware #green #staffordshire #england #artifact #bowl
When your new friends are super excited about finding a brick foundation in an stp #historicalarchaeology #outbuildings #colonialtown
• late eighteenth / early nineteenth-century metal spoon, from an early plantation in tremé. spoons are ubiquitous on faubourg plantations and would have been used by the plantation’s enslaved population for preparing, serving and eating the city’s early creole dishes and stews •
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#spoon #alloy #metal #utensils #flatware #antiqueflatware #antiques #archaeology #historicalarchaeology #decorativearts #spoonlife #eatdat #creole #creolecuisine #plantation #africanamericanhistory #nola #artifacts #materialculture #itsyournola #followyournola #digdatnola #neworleans
• late eighteenth / early nineteenth-century metal spoon, from an early plantation in tremé. spoons are ubiquitous on faubourg plantations and would have been used by the plantation’s enslaved population for preparing, serving and eating the city’s early creole dishes and stews • - - - #spoon  #alloy  #metal  #utensils  #flatware  #antiqueflatware  #antiques  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #decorativearts  #spoonlife  #eatdat  #creole  #creolecuisine  #plantation  #africanamericanhistory  #nola  #artifacts  #materialculture  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
The Lemon Project Team (+ Dr. Susan Kern) enjoy a presentation on archaeology from Graduate Assistant Josue!

December 4, 2018

#wrenbuilding #archaeology #historicalarchaeology #thelemonproject #williamandmary
Even though it is not officially winter, today was exactly how I like winter to be in Charleston - about 60 degrees and sunny. For some reason, this recent find here at the Chancognie House seemed to embody how I felt today - camellias are in bloom and it was a great day for a walk. This pearlware transferware base was likely part of a basin or chamber pot - if anyone recognizes the pattern, please let me know. In the meantime, I will hope for many more winter days just like this! #theaccidentalpreservationist #chancogniehouse
Even though it is not officially winter, today was exactly how I like winter to be in Charleston - about 60 degrees and sunny. For some reason, this recent find here at the Chancognie House seemed to embody how I felt today - camellias are in bloom and it was a great day for a walk. This pearlware transferware base was likely part of a basin or chamber pot - if anyone recognizes the pattern, please let me know. In the meantime, I will hope for many more winter days just like this! #theaccidentalpreservationist  #chancogniehouse 
Back in the world of 19th century archaeology. #archaeology #crmarch #fieldwork #histarch #nails #historicalarchaeology
• nineteenth-century ceramic door knob, from an antebellum house in tremé - these knobs are often referred to as “mineral” or “Bennington style” knobs. this one was found in a privy and was likely discarded during the renovation of a small antebellum house lived in by descendants of new orleans’ population of free people of color. the brilliant sheen is still intact and the wear is a nice visual reminder of the human hands that touched this knob over many decades •
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#doorknob #knob #ceramics #artifacts #antiques #vintagehardware #aesthetics #archaeology #historicalarchaeology #decorativearts #creole #africanamericanhistory #nola #itsyournola #followyournola #digdatnola #neworleans
• nineteenth-century ceramic door knob, from an antebellum house in tremé - these knobs are often referred to as “mineral” or “Bennington style” knobs. this one was found in a privy and was likely discarded during the renovation of a small antebellum house lived in by descendants of new orleans’ population of free people of color. the brilliant sheen is still intact and the wear is a nice visual reminder of the human hands that touched this knob over many decades • - - - #doorknob  #knob  #ceramics  #artifacts  #antiques  #vintagehardware  #aesthetics  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #decorativearts  #creole  #africanamericanhistory  #nola  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
We are on @sketchfab! Search for “Montpelier Archaeology” on Sketchfab’s website to see these 3D models of the South Kitchen. And stay tuned for more! ——————————————————— #digmontpelier #photogrammetry #3dmodel #historicalarchaeology #digitalarchaeology #socool #bricksfordays
It’s #MysteryObjectMonday! Check out this week’s highlight and comment below with your guess! Check back tomorrow to find out if any of the guesses were correct 🔍
It’s #MysteryObjectMonday ! Check out this week’s highlight and comment below with your guess! Check back tomorrow to find out if any of the guesses were correct 🔍
Historical discoveries know no season! New construction at the U has encountered a potential concrete tent platform from 1937-1938. This area was used as the Citizens Military Training Camp during the 1910s-1930s, where non-military youth would be trained in army maneuvers, live-fire weapons exercises, etc. that this was only two feet below grade is a great reminder that history isn’t very far away!
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#historicalarchaeology #utaharchaeology #foundation #army #fortdouglas #utah #historical #probablymore #concrete #snow #monday #fieldday
Historical discoveries know no season! New construction at the U has encountered a potential concrete tent platform from 1937-1938. This area was used as the Citizens Military Training Camp during the 1910s-1930s, where non-military youth would be trained in army maneuvers, live-fire weapons exercises, etc. that this was only two feet below grade is a great reminder that history isn’t very far away! . . #historicalarchaeology  #utaharchaeology  #foundation  #army  #fortdouglas  #utah  #historical  #probablymore  #concrete  #snow  #monday  #fieldday 
Even though this has been online for a while, there is nothing like seeing a publication in print!#historicalarchaeology #intimatearchaeologiesofworldwarii
Cold but pretty day @antelopeislandstatepark and ready for a presentation on historic bottles.
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#utah #antelopeisland #historicalarchaeology #bottles #historic #historicbottles #saturdayfun
Historical photo of #fujairahfort on display at the #nationalarchivesuae pavilion at the #sheikhzayedfestival #alwathba #photographerunknown #uaeheritage #uaeculture #uaecultureandheritage #uae #uaehistory #uaearchaeology #arabianhistory #fortsoftheuae #historicalarchaeology #arabianfort #fort @fujairahfort @fujairaho @fujtown @fujairahtourism @fujairah_culture @uaearchives
Another before and after shot to end the week. We’re currently in the process of mapping and profiling this structure before moving on to the next early next week. Happy Saturday!

#historicalarchaeology #architecture #archaeology #texashistory #mappingolddhanis
Nifty historic structure on the piedmont slope.
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#architecture #historicalarchaeology #archaeology
En que se puede relacionar está lata de té con la construcción del puente Cal y Canto y con la matanza de la escuela de Santa María???.....Y cuántas veces las arqueólogas/os nos hemos encontrado con esta lata cuando caminamos por el desierto buscando sitios arqueológicos!!!??...
Para costear la construcción del puente Cal y Canto es que se decide aplicar un tributo a uno de los productos más masivos de nuestra sociedad para ese entonces, este producto era el mate. En respuesta de lo anterior, como alternativa, se empieza a consumir el té, que tiene un auge de entrada a partir del siglo XIX, luego de la independencia, con la llegada de empresarios ingleses a Valparaíso y al Norte (por las salitreras) y es en ese contexto que llega "La Compañía de las Indias Orientales" (Aedo 2011), una de las empresas británicas más poderosas del mundo, siendo uno de sus productos el "U.K. tea" teniendo esta gran compañía el monopolio comercial con india-incluso desde Chile, donde embarcaciones iban desde acá a India con cobre, que luego regresaban desde allá con diversos productos indios-(Salazar 2018). También está compañía reemplaza las importaciones de té desde China por té indio.
En 1907 el distribuidor exclusivo de té de esta compañía en Chile era Noel M. Clarke, cónsul de Gran Bretaña en Iquique, que producto de la huelga de los trabajadores del salitre, y temiendo que esto pudiera afectar sus intereses comerciales y de toda la colonia británica en Chile, informa a las autoridades al respecto, llegando incluso a ofrecer civiles armados para contener las protestas que solo buscaban mejores condiciones para los trabajadores del salitre (Aedo 2011) Lamentablemente esta huelga terminó con la matanza de la escuela de Santa María de Iquique. Hoy en día Chile es el mayor consumidor de té en Latinoamérica. #historicalarchaeology #arqueologiahistorica
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En que se puede relacionar está lata de té con la construcción del puente Cal y Canto y con la matanza de la escuela de Santa María???.....Y cuántas veces las arqueólogas/os nos hemos encontrado con esta lata cuando caminamos por el desierto buscando sitios arqueológicos!!!??... Para costear la construcción del puente Cal y Canto es que se decide aplicar un tributo a uno de los productos más masivos de nuestra sociedad para ese entonces, este producto era el mate. En respuesta de lo anterior, como alternativa, se empieza a consumir el té, que tiene un auge de entrada a partir del siglo XIX, luego de la independencia, con la llegada de empresarios ingleses a Valparaíso y al Norte (por las salitreras) y es en ese contexto que llega "La Compañía de las Indias Orientales" (Aedo 2011), una de las empresas británicas más poderosas del mundo, siendo uno de sus productos el "U.K. tea" teniendo esta gran compañía el monopolio comercial con india-incluso desde Chile, donde embarcaciones iban desde acá a India con cobre, que luego regresaban desde allá con diversos productos indios-(Salazar 2018). También está compañía reemplaza las importaciones de té desde China por té indio. En 1907 el distribuidor exclusivo de té de esta compañía en Chile era Noel M. Clarke, cónsul de Gran Bretaña en Iquique, que producto de la huelga de los trabajadores del salitre, y temiendo que esto pudiera afectar sus intereses comerciales y de toda la colonia británica en Chile, informa a las autoridades al respecto, llegando incluso a ofrecer civiles armados para contener las protestas que solo buscaban mejores condiciones para los trabajadores del salitre (Aedo 2011) Lamentablemente esta huelga terminó con la matanza de la escuela de Santa María de Iquique. Hoy en día Chile es el mayor consumidor de té en Latinoamérica. #historicalarchaeology  #arqueologiahistorica  #arqueologiaindustrial 
We hope you'll join us forthe final tour of the Urban Biographies special exhibition tomorrow (Saturday, 12/1) at 2:00pm! Co-curator Kathy Velikov of @taubmancollege will lead the tour and share artifacts discovered in Detroit. Learn more: myumi.ch/L4GPR

#archaeology #urbanbiographies #Detroit #History #historicalarchaeology #tour #kelseymuseum #oaklandavenueurbanfarm
Last day of flotation! This process helps us recover tiny artifacts and ecofacts like seeds. #flotation #historicalarchaeology #archaeology #presidioarchlab #presidiopics #presidiosf
• late nineteenth / early twentieth-century porcelain doll face fragment, from one of tremé’s small wood yards. the couple living in the house were descended from new orleans’ population of free people of color, and while they did not have children of their own, they regularly cared for their niece and nephew. this doll was likely one of their toys •
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#doll #porcelaindoll #lifeinfragments #fragmentary #toy #toyhistory #childrenshistory #porcelain #archaeology #historicalarchaeology #artifacts #materialculture #laborhistory #woodworking #creole #africanamericanhistory #nola #itsyournola #followyournola #digdatnola #neworleans
• late nineteenth / early twentieth-century porcelain doll face fragment, from one of tremé’s small wood yards. the couple living in the house were descended from new orleans’ population of free people of color, and while they did not have children of their own, they regularly cared for their niece and nephew. this doll was likely one of their toys • - - - #doll  #porcelaindoll  #lifeinfragments  #fragmentary  #toy  #toyhistory  #childrenshistory  #porcelain  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #artifacts  #materialculture  #laborhistory  #woodworking  #creole  #africanamericanhistory  #nola  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
Had the opportunity to be the guest speaker for the Hondo-D’Hanis Rotary Club today! Many thanks to them for welcoming me and my crew and taking such an interest in our work. This came about from a chance meeting at the Dairy Queen two days ago. Image credit @emilykaysainz ! (If you look over my shoulder, you can see the famous Hondo Route 90 sign featured in the painting.) #publicarchaeology #communityarchaeology #historicalarchaeology #hondotx #dhanistx #mappingolddhanis
Had the opportunity to be the guest speaker for the Hondo-D’Hanis Rotary Club today! Many thanks to them for welcoming me and my crew and taking such an interest in our work. This came about from a chance meeting at the Dairy Queen two days ago. Image credit @emilykaysainz ! (If you look over my shoulder, you can see the famous Hondo Route 90 sign featured in the painting.) #publicarchaeology  #communityarchaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #hondotx  #dhanistx  #mappingolddhanis 
German Gulch, Montana’s Chinese archaeology collection #tbt 2007. As part of the renewed research interest in the Chinese contribution to Montana history, students @umontana reanalyzed this massive collection. This effort helped to shed more light on the transnational flow of people and commodities from China to the Montana Territory well before the arrival of railroads to the state.
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#archaeology #montanaarchaeology #historicalarchaeology #chinese #overseaschinese #chinesearchaeology #ceramic #porcelain #stoneware #montanahistory #bdnf #beaverhead #deerlodge #butte #montana
German Gulch, Montana’s Chinese archaeology collection #tbt  2007. As part of the renewed research interest in the Chinese contribution to Montana history, students @umontana reanalyzed this massive collection. This effort helped to shed more light on the transnational flow of people and commodities from China to the Montana Territory well before the arrival of railroads to the state. . . #archaeology  #montanaarchaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #chinese  #overseaschinese  #chinesearchaeology  #ceramic  #porcelain  #stoneware  #montanahistory  #bdnf  #beaverhead  #deerlodge  #butte  #montana 
A particularly fantastic vase! I like to think it was inspired by the wardrobe from the Narnia chronicles (even if the book series was written 50 years after the vase was made). .
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#archaeology #historicalarchaeology #artefact #artefactoftheday #christchurch #newzealand #nzhistory #historic #glass #milkglass #vase #homewares #victorianhome #antique #victorian
Favorite artifact of the week. 1935 Kilgore Border Patrol toy cap gun made in Westerville, Ohio. Found out while on survey in the desert among a refuse dump of other Depression Era household goods. #archaeology #toy #historicalarchaeology #capgun #desert #rust
Referenciando fragmentos de loza donde se logra distinguir parte de sus sellos. Estos fragmentos de antiguas vasijas se registraron en excavaciones arqueológicas de un sitio se Santiago Centro (Ex-Congreso). Los sellos son un excelente indicador cronológico. Por ejemplo sabemos que a partir de 1875 y ya de manera estandarizada en 1891 se incluye  para los sellos de loza inglesa la palabra "England" y desde 1900 las palabras "Made un England". Por otra parte la palabra "Trademark" se incluye desde 1862 y la palabra "limited" desde 1880.
A partir del análisis arqueológico se logró establecer que casi todos estos sellos son de origen inglés excepto el último que es de origen francés. Lo interesante también es que todos estos sellos son asignables a la segunda mitad del siglo XIX, tirado para el final de ese siglo, periodo que coincide con la construcción del edificio del Ex-Congreso (monumento nacional).
Si en sus casas tienen algún plato de loza heredado, o donde sus papás hay un juego de loza antigua (un típico regalo de matrimonio de ese entonces para algunos) pueden revisar los sellos y la interesante información que les puede entregar....una historia industrial llena de pasiones, donde abundan las defensas de patentes, las falsificaciones y el control por el monopolio de mercado, entre muchas otras cosas más!!!! #arqueologiahistorica #arqueologiaurbana #lozawhiteware #historicalarchaeology #urbanarchaeology #lozaarqueologica
Referenciando fragmentos de loza donde se logra distinguir parte de sus sellos. Estos fragmentos de antiguas vasijas se registraron en excavaciones arqueológicas de un sitio se Santiago Centro (Ex-Congreso). Los sellos son un excelente indicador cronológico. Por ejemplo sabemos que a partir de 1875 y ya de manera estandarizada en 1891 se incluye para los sellos de loza inglesa la palabra "England" y desde 1900 las palabras "Made un England". Por otra parte la palabra "Trademark" se incluye desde 1862 y la palabra "limited" desde 1880. A partir del análisis arqueológico se logró establecer que casi todos estos sellos son de origen inglés excepto el último que es de origen francés. Lo interesante también es que todos estos sellos son asignables a la segunda mitad del siglo XIX, tirado para el final de ese siglo, periodo que coincide con la construcción del edificio del Ex-Congreso (monumento nacional). Si en sus casas tienen algún plato de loza heredado, o donde sus papás hay un juego de loza antigua (un típico regalo de matrimonio de ese entonces para algunos) pueden revisar los sellos y la interesante información que les puede entregar....una historia industrial llena de pasiones, donde abundan las defensas de patentes, las falsificaciones y el control por el monopolio de mercado, entre muchas otras cosas más!!!! #arqueologiahistorica  #arqueologiaurbana  #lozawhiteware  #historicalarchaeology  #urbanarchaeology  #lozaarqueologica 
Patent March 13, 1889. It’s historic artifacts over here. Very rusty and very dirty, and all uncatalogued. #alaskanarchaeology #buckle #history #historicartifact #historicalarchaeology #alaska #onionportage
Still looking for Spring courses? Consider enrolling in ARCH 377-Historical Archaeology

https://www.sfu.ca/outlines.html?2018/spring/arch/377/d100

This course will provide the student with a firm grounding in the field of historical archaeology, through an understanding of its general principles and theory. The lectures and readings will emphasize the application of archaeological methods to the period since the beginning of European colonialism, with a particular focus on the New World. Laboratory time will give the student hands-on training in the identification and analysis of historic material culture.

#sfuarchaeology #historicalarchaeology #artifacts #materialculture #stuff #things #lab #laboratory
Still looking for Spring courses? Consider enrolling in ARCH 377-Historical Archaeology https://www.sfu.ca/outlines.html?2018/spring/arch/377/d100 This course will provide the student with a firm grounding in the field of historical archaeology, through an understanding of its general principles and theory. The lectures and readings will emphasize the application of archaeological methods to the period since the beginning of European colonialism, with a particular focus on the New World. Laboratory time will give the student hands-on training in the identification and analysis of historic material culture. #sfuarchaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #artifacts  #materialculture  #stuff  #things  #lab  #laboratory 
Sunset note-taking at the field house in Biry, TX.(It’s beautiful here.) #historicalarchaeology #fieldnotes #texashistory #archaeology #architecture #mappingolddhanis
• tin can with eggshells, c. 1900-1920, from a brick-lined privy in a tremé wood yard - this eggshell-filled can contained a small worked blue glass disc, and may represent prophetic rituals associated with early twentieth-century african-american spiritual practices •
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#tincan #eggshells #ritual #rituals #spiritual #spirituality #folkmagic #folkreligion #hoodoo #prophecy #medicine #louisianahistory #africanamericanhistory #marielaveau #nolahistory #creole #archaeology #twentiethcentury #historicalarchaeology #nola #itsyournola #followyournola #digdatnola #neworleans
• tin can with eggshells, c. 1900-1920, from a brick-lined privy in a tremé wood yard - this eggshell-filled can contained a small worked blue glass disc, and may represent prophetic rituals associated with early twentieth-century african-american spiritual practices • - - - #tincan  #eggshells  #ritual  #rituals  #spiritual  #spirituality  #folkmagic  #folkreligion  #hoodoo  #prophecy  #medicine  #louisianahistory  #africanamericanhistory  #marielaveau  #nolahistory  #creole  #archaeology  #twentiethcentury  #historicalarchaeology  #nola  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
A flashback to Monday, our last day at the stagecoach stop! Some dramatic afternoon light while Hunter fills out paperwork through a window. Light like this is awesome for Instagram but not ideal for official photos, which require a bit more cloud cover and a lot less contrast. You can also see part of the cellar here, which would have been covered by those large beams and wooden planks. 
We’ve now moved on from this structure - the stagecoach stop - and started on the structure you see in our timelapse video yesterday! More on that soon. 
#historicalarchaeology #texashistory #archaeology #architecture #texashistory #archaeologyphotography #mappingolddhanis
A flashback to Monday, our last day at the stagecoach stop! Some dramatic afternoon light while Hunter fills out paperwork through a window. Light like this is awesome for Instagram but not ideal for official photos, which require a bit more cloud cover and a lot less contrast. You can also see part of the cellar here, which would have been covered by those large beams and wooden planks. We’ve now moved on from this structure - the stagecoach stop - and started on the structure you see in our timelapse video yesterday! More on that soon. #historicalarchaeology  #texashistory  #archaeology  #architecture  #texashistory  #archaeologyphotography  #mappingolddhanis 
The First Baptist Cemetery was supposed to have been moved in 1859, but as you know, it wasn’t. A few headstones ended up in Mt Moriah cemetery but the plot remains mostly empty. We don’t know exactly how many, if any, of the graves on Arch St made it to their new location. However in 2023 we are proud to be reburying every individual and every artifacts in the plot where they should have ended up. #archaeology #cemeterystudies #historicalarchaeology #historicpreservation
The First Baptist Cemetery was supposed to have been moved in 1859, but as you know, it wasn’t. A few headstones ended up in Mt Moriah cemetery but the plot remains mostly empty. We don’t know exactly how many, if any, of the graves on Arch St made it to their new location. However in 2023 we are proud to be reburying every individual and every artifacts in the plot where they should have ended up. #archaeology  #cemeterystudies  #historicalarchaeology  #historicpreservation 
• eighteenth-century wrought iron door handle, from an early plantation in tremé - check out the great x-ray images we captured last week: they show the beautiful curvature of this door handle very well! •
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• eighteenth-century wrought iron door handle, from an early plantation in tremé - check out the great x-ray images we captured last week: they show the beautiful curvature of this door handle very well! • - - - #doorhandle  #historicinteriors  #aesthetics  #wroughtiron  #conservation  #artifacts  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #decorativearts  #iron  #craftsmanship  #craft  #nola  #creole  #plantation  #louisianahistory  #africanamericanhistory  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
Entre la calle Compañía y Bandera, en pleno centro de Santiago estuvo la Iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús, una de las iglesias más lindas del periodo colonial. Esta iglesia se destruyó un 8 de diciembre de 1863 producto de uno de los incendios más grandes de Santiago, que mató a 2500 fieles y que conllevó a la fundación del cuerpo de bomberos de Santiago. En la actualidad en ese lugar se encuentra el edificio del ex congreso (Monumento Nacional). Diferentes trabajos arqueológicos se han realizado en sus jardines donde se ha registrado evidencia de la ocupación del lugar  que van desde tiempos precolombinos hasta la republica.
En la primera foto de materiales se muestra un fragmento de vasija de cerámica precolombina del periodo tardío (PT) asociado a los grupos que vivían en Santiago justo antes de la llegada de los españoles (por la decoración tendría influencia Inca/Diaguitas?). Le sigue un fragmento de cerámica esmaltada o Mayólica Americana, probablemente traída desde Panamá (de una pasta rojiza). Las 2 fotos siguientes son de Mayólica probablemente europea (de una pasta crema-amarillenta). Ambos tipos de Mayólica se asocian al periodo colonial y a la élite santiaguina (que vivían en ese entonces en el casco histórico).Finalmente se muestra un fragmento de botella de gres (y una botella completa de referencia) perteneciente a la cervecería Ebner, fábrica que funcionó a fines del siglo XIX e inicios del XX en Independencia (también Monumento Nacional). Distintas materialidades identificadas que muestran las influencias de distintas culturas, y que abarcaron por lo demás distintos rangos de acción, pero que por distintos motivos (o por motivos similares) él destino quiso que convergieran en un mismo lugar y que después de 600, 400 o 200 años salieran a la luz a través de las excavaciones arqueológicas.
(Las fotos de la Mayólica Europea contribución de la Arqueóloga Camila Oñate, muchas gracias!!!!
Las fotos de la iglesia fueron sacadas del libro "Del infierno al cielo. Imágenes y testimonios del incendio de la iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús ocurrido el 8 de diciembre de 1863" de Alfredo Palacios Roa" #arqueologíahistórica #historicalarchaeology #mayolicas
Entre la calle Compañía y Bandera, en pleno centro de Santiago estuvo la Iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús, una de las iglesias más lindas del periodo colonial. Esta iglesia se destruyó un 8 de diciembre de 1863 producto de uno de los incendios más grandes de Santiago, que mató a 2500 fieles y que conllevó a la fundación del cuerpo de bomberos de Santiago. En la actualidad en ese lugar se encuentra el edificio del ex congreso (Monumento Nacional). Diferentes trabajos arqueológicos se han realizado en sus jardines donde se ha registrado evidencia de la ocupación del lugar que van desde tiempos precolombinos hasta la republica. En la primera foto de materiales se muestra un fragmento de vasija de cerámica precolombina del periodo tardío (PT) asociado a los grupos que vivían en Santiago justo antes de la llegada de los españoles (por la decoración tendría influencia Inca/Diaguitas?). Le sigue un fragmento de cerámica esmaltada o Mayólica Americana, probablemente traída desde Panamá (de una pasta rojiza). Las 2 fotos siguientes son de Mayólica probablemente europea (de una pasta crema-amarillenta). Ambos tipos de Mayólica se asocian al periodo colonial y a la élite santiaguina (que vivían en ese entonces en el casco histórico).Finalmente se muestra un fragmento de botella de gres (y una botella completa de referencia) perteneciente a la cervecería Ebner, fábrica que funcionó a fines del siglo XIX e inicios del XX en Independencia (también Monumento Nacional). Distintas materialidades identificadas que muestran las influencias de distintas culturas, y que abarcaron por lo demás distintos rangos de acción, pero que por distintos motivos (o por motivos similares) él destino quiso que convergieran en un mismo lugar y que después de 600, 400 o 200 años salieran a la luz a través de las excavaciones arqueológicas. (Las fotos de la Mayólica Europea contribución de la Arqueóloga Camila Oñate, muchas gracias!!!! Las fotos de la iglesia fueron sacadas del libro "Del infierno al cielo. Imágenes y testimonios del incendio de la iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús ocurrido el 8 de diciembre de 1863" de Alfredo Palacios Roa" #arqueologíahistórica  #historicalarchaeology  #mayolicas 
• late eighteenth-century creamware rim or flared handle, from an early plantation in tremé - love this moulding, such a nice contrast to the beautiful simplicity of creamware •
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• late eighteenth-century creamware rim or flared handle, from an early plantation in tremé - love this moulding, such a nice contrast to the beautiful simplicity of creamware • - - - #creamware  #ceramics  #ceramicsinamerica  #pottery  #englishpottery  #creole  #plantation  #englishceramics  #dailylife  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #decorativearts  #nola  #louisianahistory  #africanamericanhistory  #atlanticworld  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
In addition to traditional mapping methods, we’re experimenting with photogrammetry software to create 3D models of the structures we’re documenting. This image is actually millions of colored points called a dense point cloud. The software (in this case, PhotoScan) creates the model by identifying and aligning points between hundreds of photographs. This screenshot is from a (very very long) test run on one half of the stagecoach inn. We have a few details to figure out for the next run but it came out pretty well!

#photogrammetry #historicalarchaeology #architecture #texashistory #mappingolddhanis #archaeology
In addition to traditional mapping methods, we’re experimenting with photogrammetry software to create 3D models of the structures we’re documenting. This image is actually millions of colored points called a dense point cloud. The software (in this case, PhotoScan) creates the model by identifying and aligning points between hundreds of photographs. This screenshot is from a (very very long) test run on one half of the stagecoach inn. We have a few details to figure out for the next run but it came out pretty well! #photogrammetry  #historicalarchaeology  #architecture  #texashistory  #mappingolddhanis  #archaeology 
Wintery skies at the Clarion House. Five Verses on Six Sacks of Earth was performed here on Pendle on Sunday. You can just make out Malkin Tower Farm on the horizon. .
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📷: @alisonclloyd
Wintery skies at the Clarion House. Five Verses on Six Sacks of Earth was performed here on Pendle on Sunday. You can just make out Malkin Tower Farm on the horizon. . . . #fiveversesonsixsacksofearth  #materialcultureunearthed  #nastassjasimensky  #rebeccalee  #mobilemicroopera  #pendlehilllandscapepartnership  #pendlehilllp  #insitupendle  #commission  #acesupported  #historicalarchaeology  #landscapepartnership  #malkintowerfarm  #thegatherings  #mypendle  #pendlehillpartnership  #visitpendle  #creativelancashire  #forestofbowland  #artandenvironment  📷: @alisonclloyd
• historic-period gulf coast native american pottery sherd with combed or incised curvilinear decoration, from an early plantation in tremé - native americans were a notable part of the early creole city’s economy, providing urban residents with goods and services while maintaining a visible presence in the city’s streets and markets - despite growing hostility and prejudice. exquisite handmade pottery and expertly crafted river cane baskets were among the items on offer •
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• historic-period gulf coast native american pottery sherd with combed or incised curvilinear decoration, from an early plantation in tremé - native americans were a notable part of the early creole city’s economy, providing urban residents with goods and services while maintaining a visible presence in the city’s streets and markets - despite growing hostility and prejudice. exquisite handmade pottery and expertly crafted river cane baskets were among the items on offer • - - - #thanksgiving  #nativeamericanhistory  #craft  #craftsmanship  #nativeamericanart  #nativeamericanpottery  #pottery  #ceramicsinamerica  #creole  #plantation  #economy  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #decorativearts  #nolahistory  #nola  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
@nastassjasimensky created all the costumes for Five Verses on Six Sacks of Earth, each uniquely tailored for the performers, resembling c17th dress. The colours were selected or dyed to relate to the archaeologists soil chart, used to help identify colours of soils and retrieved artifacts.
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#musellcoursystem #archaeology #excavation #fiveversesonsixsacksofearth #materialcultureunearthed #nastassjasimensky #historicalarchaeology #commission #insitupendle #pendlehill #rebeccalee #mobilemicroopera #17thcenturyculture #landscapepartnership #malkintowerfarm #uclanarchaeology #historicalarcheology #materialculture #pendlehillpartnership #17thcenturyeverydaylife
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📷: @alisonclloyd
@nastassjasimensky created all the costumes for Five Verses on Six Sacks of Earth, each uniquely tailored for the performers, resembling c17th dress. The colours were selected or dyed to relate to the archaeologists soil chart, used to help identify colours of soils and retrieved artifacts. . . . #musellcoursystem  #archaeology  #excavation  #fiveversesonsixsacksofearth  #materialcultureunearthed  #nastassjasimensky  #historicalarchaeology  #commission  #insitupendle  #pendlehill  #rebeccalee  #mobilemicroopera  #17thcenturyculture  #landscapepartnership  #malkintowerfarm  #uclanarchaeology  #historicalarcheology  #materialculture  #pendlehillpartnership  #17thcenturyeverydaylife  . 📷: @alisonclloyd
Thank you @jmmontpelier for the fantastic visit today! I am in awe of the research and work being done by @montpelier_arch, @preserve_montpelier and @collecting_montpelier. Highlights included a visit to the attic, a bird’s eye and close up views of the reconstruction of the Spinning House in the South Yard (with a floating foundation to preserve archaeological remains of the original foundation) and a tour with @_cjp_archaeology of the archaeological work being done to learn more about the trees on the site during Madison’s retirement. It is great inspiration for upcoming projects at the Chancognie House! #theaccidentalpreservationist
Thank you @jmmontpelier for the fantastic visit today! I am in awe of the research and work being done by @montpelier_arch, @preserve_montpelier and @collecting_montpelier. Highlights included a visit to the attic, a bird’s eye and close up views of the reconstruction of the Spinning House in the South Yard (with a floating foundation to preserve archaeological remains of the original foundation) and a tour with @_cjp_archaeology of the archaeological work being done to learn more about the trees on the site during Madison’s retirement. It is great inspiration for upcoming projects at the Chancognie House! #theaccidentalpreservationist 
• historic-period gulf coast native american incised pottery sherd, from an early plantation in tremé - fragments of native american material culture are ubiquitous on historic sites in new orleans, serving as resilient reminders of the indigenous peoples that lived in this area well after they were written out of history. these small relics -  and the people that made them - are what i’m thankful for this year •
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• historic-period gulf coast native american incised pottery sherd, from an early plantation in tremé - fragments of native american material culture are ubiquitous on historic sites in new orleans, serving as resilient reminders of the indigenous peoples that lived in this area well after they were written out of history. these small relics - and the people that made them - are what i’m thankful for this year • - - - #nativeamerican  #nativeamericanpottery  #nativeamericanartifacts  #nativeamericanart  #art  #pottery  #indigenouspeople  #indigenoushistory  #earthenware  #ceramicsinamerica  #bulbancha  #thanksgiving  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #decorativearts  #artifacts  #nola  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
If you didn’t catch the micro-opera performances this weekend you still have two more chances to see it live! .
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Saturday 24th November, 7-9pm at Clitheroe Library and Sunday 25th November, 3.30-5.30pm at Marsden Heights Community College, Brierfield (family friendly performance). Book tickets (free) via link in profile. .
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If you didn’t catch the micro-opera performances this weekend you still have two more chances to see it live! . . Saturday 24th November, 7-9pm at Clitheroe Library and Sunday 25th November, 3.30-5.30pm at Marsden Heights Community College, Brierfield (family friendly performance). Book tickets (free) via link in profile. . . . #materialcultureunearthed  #fiveversesonsixsacksofearth  #nastassjasimensky  #rebeccalee  #insitupendle  #pendlehilllp  #pendlehill  #commission  #acesupported  #pendle  #pendlehilllandscapepartnership  #thegatherings  #mobilemicroopera  #artslancashire  #mypendle  #historicalarchaeology  #landscapepartnership  #17thcenturyculture  #artsandcommunity  #malkintowerfarm  #uclanarchaeology  #historicalarcheology  #visitpendle  #creativelancashire  #forestofbowland  #mypendlehill  #c17th  #inresidence  #artandenvironment 
Here’s a mystery artifact to end Monday (it’s one of our favorite small finds so far). Though we aren’t collecting any artifacts for this project, we do record, photograph, and map them on the surface when we find them. Any ideas about this one?

#historicalarchaeology #artifactoftheday #materialculture #archaeology #mappingolddhanis #mysteryartifact #texashistory
A great visit today from Winterthur Museum/ UDel textile experts to look at our textiles. They were so great to offer up their expertise. Looking forward to collaborating on textile analysis. #archaeology #historicalarchaeology #cemeterystudies #anthropology #textiles @georgemleader @anna_dhody @the_bone_lady_
Las cuentas de vidrio fueron objetos que utilizaron los españoles desde los tiempos de la conquista como bien de intercambio con grupos indígenas. Es por lo anterior que en diversos sitios arqueológicos asociados a grupos indígenas de tiempos de contacto se han registrado, durante las excavaciones, cuentas vítreas de collar junto con vasijas indígena de tradición precolombina. Las primeras imágenes son cuentas que fueron encontradas en este tipo de sitio arqueológico. 
La foto número 1 correspondería a una cuenta denominada "Chevron" o "Estrellada". En estas cuentas se ha logrado asignar una tipología asociada a determinadas cronologías. Esta cuenta se caracteriza por tener una sección con forma de estrella de 12 puntas formada por distintos colores. Las más antiguas, del siglo XVI, tendrían 7 colores, en el siglo XVII 5 y en el siglo XVIII sólo 4. La de la imágen, por sus características, sería del siglo XVI. Se encontró en el sitio "Los Jasmines" y pertenece a un contexto funerario en la zona de Melipilla de tiempos de contacto. Las fotos siguientes también fueron registradas en ese sitio y corresponden a cuentas tubulares, pero no se ha logrado establecer una tipología asociada con una cronología más acotada como las "Chevron". También se muestra una imagen con algunas vasijas indígenas asociada a las cuentas (en el sitio se encontraron también cuentas de tradición precolombina de piedra  y de malacológico).
Las últimas 2 imágenes son de una cuenta vitrea descontextualizada que se encontró en un sitio doméstico de Santiago centro. Se han encontrado cuentas en el sitio "Cocheras", también cementerio (Santiago Norte).
Muchas gracias nuevamente a la arqueóloga Cony Cortes por compartir información sobre las cuentas vítreas en general, y de las cuentas registradas en el sitio "Los Jasmines" (temática en la que ella ha trabajado), se agradece la buena onda de los colegas por contribuir con esta página  #arqueologíaurbana #arqueologiahistorica #historicalarchaeology #historicalglass #urbanarchaeology
Más info sobre cuentas:
https://www.academia.edu/18752809/DIVERSIDAD_DE_LAS_CUENTAS_V%C3%8DTREAS._LOS_HALLAZGOS_DE_LA_MISI%C3%93N_DE_SANTIAGO_DEL_BARADERO_SIGLO_XVII_
Las cuentas de vidrio fueron objetos que utilizaron los españoles desde los tiempos de la conquista como bien de intercambio con grupos indígenas. Es por lo anterior que en diversos sitios arqueológicos asociados a grupos indígenas de tiempos de contacto se han registrado, durante las excavaciones, cuentas vítreas de collar junto con vasijas indígena de tradición precolombina. Las primeras imágenes son cuentas que fueron encontradas en este tipo de sitio arqueológico. La foto número 1 correspondería a una cuenta denominada "Chevron" o "Estrellada". En estas cuentas se ha logrado asignar una tipología asociada a determinadas cronologías. Esta cuenta se caracteriza por tener una sección con forma de estrella de 12 puntas formada por distintos colores. Las más antiguas, del siglo XVI, tendrían 7 colores, en el siglo XVII 5 y en el siglo XVIII sólo 4. La de la imágen, por sus características, sería del siglo XVI. Se encontró en el sitio "Los Jasmines" y pertenece a un contexto funerario en la zona de Melipilla de tiempos de contacto. Las fotos siguientes también fueron registradas en ese sitio y corresponden a cuentas tubulares, pero no se ha logrado establecer una tipología asociada con una cronología más acotada como las "Chevron". También se muestra una imagen con algunas vasijas indígenas asociada a las cuentas (en el sitio se encontraron también cuentas de tradición precolombina de piedra y de malacológico). Las últimas 2 imágenes son de una cuenta vitrea descontextualizada que se encontró en un sitio doméstico de Santiago centro. Se han encontrado cuentas en el sitio "Cocheras", también cementerio (Santiago Norte). Muchas gracias nuevamente a la arqueóloga Cony Cortes por compartir información sobre las cuentas vítreas en general, y de las cuentas registradas en el sitio "Los Jasmines" (temática en la que ella ha trabajado), se agradece la buena onda de los colegas por contribuir con esta página #arqueologíaurbana  #arqueologiahistorica  #historicalarchaeology  #historicalglass  #urbanarchaeology  Más info sobre cuentas: https://www.academia.edu/18752809/DIVERSIDAD_DE_LAS_CUENTAS_V%C3%8DTREAS._LOS_HALLAZGOS_DE_LA_MISI%C3%93N_DE_SANTIAGO_DEL_BARADERO_SIGLO_XVII_
In conversation, following Saturday’s performance with @nastassjasimensky and @beakerthon and cast members, @sofingsofari and @magpahi, hosted by In-Situ’s Andy Abbott.
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Talking excavation and imagining, rituals and myths, musical composition, field recordings and local participation in the process. .
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#artistconversation #inconversation #materialcultureunearthed #fiveversesonsixsacksofearth #nastassjasimensky #rebeccalee #insitupendle #pendlehilllp #pendlehill #commission #acesupported #pendle #artslancashire #pendlehilllandscapepartnership #artsandcommunity #historicalarchaeology #mobilemicroopera #landscapepartnership #17thcenturyculture #mypendle #visitpendle #creativelancashire #malkintowerfarm #uclanarchaeology
In conversation, following Saturday’s performance with @nastassjasimensky and @beakerthon and cast members, @sofingsofari and @magpahi, hosted by In-Situ’s Andy Abbott. . . Talking excavation and imagining, rituals and myths, musical composition, field recordings and local participation in the process. . . . #artistconversation  #inconversation  #materialcultureunearthed  #fiveversesonsixsacksofearth  #nastassjasimensky  #rebeccalee  #insitupendle  #pendlehilllp  #pendlehill  #commission  #acesupported  #pendle  #artslancashire  #pendlehilllandscapepartnership  #artsandcommunity  #historicalarchaeology  #mobilemicroopera  #landscapepartnership  #17thcenturyculture  #mypendle  #visitpendle  #creativelancashire  #malkintowerfarm  #uclanarchaeology 
Five Verses on Six Sacks of Earth was performed for the first time at The Garage opening on Saturday. Wonderful to see how this residency commission for In-Situ and @pendlehilllp has developed, from early visits to the archaeological dig in June to this intricately conceived and composed work in all its detail. Big thanks to @nastassjasimensky , @beakerthon and the cast. .
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 #materialcultureunearthed #fiveversesonsixsacksofearth #rebeccalee #nastassjasimensky #insitupendle #brierfield #pendle #mobilemicroopera #17thcenturyculture #malkintowerfarm #pendehilllp #landscapepartnership #historicalarchaeology #mypendle #artslancashire #northlightmill #thegatherings #thegarage #acesupported
Five Verses on Six Sacks of Earth was performed for the first time at The Garage opening on Saturday. Wonderful to see how this residency commission for In-Situ and @pendlehilllp has developed, from early visits to the archaeological dig in June to this intricately conceived and composed work in all its detail. Big thanks to @nastassjasimensky , @beakerthon and the cast. . . . #materialcultureunearthed  #fiveversesonsixsacksofearth  #rebeccalee  #nastassjasimensky  #insitupendle  #brierfield  #pendle  #mobilemicroopera  #17thcenturyculture  #malkintowerfarm  #pendehilllp  #landscapepartnership  #historicalarchaeology  #mypendle  #artslancashire  #northlightmill  #thegatherings  #thegarage  #acesupported 
Check out Conservator Andy Compton applying white wash to the ceiling of the Front Parlor! As it dries, the wash changes from the cream color visible around the ornament to the brilliant white on the rest of the ceiling.
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#mountvernon #historicpreservation #architecture #historicalarchaeology #historicarchitecture #restoration  #georgewashington #history #education #discovery #research
• small late eighteenth / early nineteenth-century pale-blue green free-blown glass bottle, from an early plantation in tremé - some artifacts, like this small bottle, are so evocative: what did this tiny little bottle hold? fine oil? cologne water? was it reused? whose hands regularly touched the slightly uneven contours of its body? we’ll never know for sure, of course, but it’s nice to think with •
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• small late eighteenth / early nineteenth-century pale-blue green free-blown glass bottle, from an early plantation in tremé - some artifacts, like this small bottle, are so evocative: what did this tiny little bottle hold? fine oil? cologne water? was it reused? whose hands regularly touched the slightly uneven contours of its body? we’ll never know for sure, of course, but it’s nice to think with • - - - #glass  #bottle  #historicglass  #freeblownglass  #spanishcolonial  #earlyamerican  #earlyamericanstyle  #aesthetics  #glassblowing  #creole  #plantation  #louisianahistory  #africanamericanhistory  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #decorativearts  #nola  #onetimeinnola  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
One of my favorite photos from this week, in part because the sun had come out after days of uncharacteristic rain and cold weather in South Texas. 
After it was a stagecoach stop, this building was a residence for many years. It burnt down in the 1980s on a similarly cold winter here, when tenants lit a large fire in a fireplace that got out of control. You can see evidence of this in the blackened far wall and the reddish color of the limestone, which has been oxidized. 
#photooftheweek #historicalarchaeology #architecture #archaeology #texashistory #dhanistx #mappingolddhanis
One of my favorite photos from this week, in part because the sun had come out after days of uncharacteristic rain and cold weather in South Texas. After it was a stagecoach stop, this building was a residence for many years. It burnt down in the 1980s on a similarly cold winter here, when tenants lit a large fire in a fireplace that got out of control. You can see evidence of this in the blackened far wall and the reddish color of the limestone, which has been oxidized. #photooftheweek  #historicalarchaeology  #architecture  #archaeology  #texashistory  #dhanistx  #mappingolddhanis 
The view from watery places. #openrivers #rivers #furtrade #archaeology #anthropology #history #ethnohistory #assemblage #placemaking #Ontario #archaeology #historicalarchaeology this is up on Openrivers and Academia.edu
Heavy earthenware pipe, buried under the salty brine of the Great Salt Lake. This line runs from a boiler house towards I80. This was made in the 1880s or 1890s by the Denver Sewer Pipe and Clay Company. .
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#historicalarchaeology #utah #utaharchaeology #sewer #pipe #ceramic #terracotta #earthenware #gsl #saltlake #denver #colorado
Either a rancher took his kids out for a picnic, or a cowboy loved espresso enough to carry a demitasse cup. What do you think? @paleowest #historicalarchaeology
Either a rancher took his kids out for a picnic, or a cowboy loved espresso enough to carry a demitasse cup. What do you think? @paleowest #historicalarchaeology 
Found this beautiful medicine bottle on a wind farm survey today. Half faceted, half rounded, I've never seen one like it. The Owens-Illinois mark on the base indicates it was made in 1935 or 1945. @paleowest #historicalarchaeology
Found this beautiful medicine bottle on a wind farm survey today. Half faceted, half rounded, I've never seen one like it. The Owens-Illinois mark on the base indicates it was made in 1935 or 1945. @paleowest #historicalarchaeology 
A mediados del siglo XVII se construyeron una serie de fortificaciones en nuestro país. Estás edificaciones se dividían en 3 categorías según su complejidad. Los de mayor complejidad eran denominados Castillos, luego estaban los Fuertes y finalmente las Baterías. En Chile hubo un total de 229 fortificaciones de las cuales solo 10 correspondieron a Castillos y  5 de éstos estuvieron en la zona de Valdivia, por la importancia del lugar no solo en recursos si no por ser un punto estratégico en la ruta marítima del Pacífico, y por lo mismo fue una zona muy codiciada por otras  Coronas.
Los Castillos son estructuras muy complejas y monumentales, con varios recintos interiores de funciones variadas aparte de defensivos. Algunos tienen fosos y puentes levadizos, capillas,  dependencias para las distintas personas que vivían en el lugar,  también habían algunos que tenian hospital, Almacén de pólvora, herrería, fundiciones, astilleros e incluso  bóvedas subterráneas.....en verdad eran Castillos!!!!
Se han estudiado estos fuertes no solo desde la Historiografía si no que también desde la arqueología.
Trabajos del FONDEF ID14I20187 a cargo de la ingeniera Patricia Martínez en el Fuerte Castillo de San Luis de Amargos.
#arqueologiadelaarquitectura #arqueologiahistorica #arquitecturacolonial #historicalarchaeology #fuertesespañoles
A mediados del siglo XVII se construyeron una serie de fortificaciones en nuestro país. Estás edificaciones se dividían en 3 categorías según su complejidad. Los de mayor complejidad eran denominados Castillos, luego estaban los Fuertes y finalmente las Baterías. En Chile hubo un total de 229 fortificaciones de las cuales solo 10 correspondieron a Castillos y 5 de éstos estuvieron en la zona de Valdivia, por la importancia del lugar no solo en recursos si no por ser un punto estratégico en la ruta marítima del Pacífico, y por lo mismo fue una zona muy codiciada por otras Coronas. Los Castillos son estructuras muy complejas y monumentales, con varios recintos interiores de funciones variadas aparte de defensivos. Algunos tienen fosos y puentes levadizos, capillas, dependencias para las distintas personas que vivían en el lugar, también habían algunos que tenian hospital, Almacén de pólvora, herrería, fundiciones, astilleros e incluso bóvedas subterráneas.....en verdad eran Castillos!!!! Se han estudiado estos fuertes no solo desde la Historiografía si no que también desde la arqueología. Trabajos del FONDEF ID14I20187 a cargo de la ingeniera Patricia Martínez en el Fuerte Castillo de San Luis de Amargos. #arqueologiadelaarquitectura  #arqueologiahistorica  #arquitecturacolonial  #historicalarchaeology  #fuertesespañoles