Check out the 2008 Lonely Planet article "Have Shovel, Will Travel"

In this class, students will survey the theories, methods, and tools archaeologists use to help make sense of our human ancestors and the environments in which they lived.

We will also use historic and prehistoric evidence as a guide to understanding "daily life" among these groups.


Roman Archaeology

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