2013 ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD SCHOOL
Archaeological Field and Lab Techniques (ESCI 4325/6325)
May 13 - May 31, 2013
This is a Field Course being taught at Ames Plantation.
Department permit required. For contact information click here.
- Instruction in field excavation, specimen preparation, use of survey instruments and photography, map making, archaeological record keeping; methods and techniques in archaeological laboratory analysis; emphasis on organization and supervision of laboratory procedures. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours credit.
- PREREQUISITE: permission of instructor.
- WARNING: This course requires strenuous activity outdoors. Sorry, people with disabilities cannot be accommodated in the field.
- 2013 FIELD SCHOOL APPLICATION
Previous Field School Results
- 2010 Field School Photos
- Field School 2009
- 2009 Field School Photos
- Field School 2008
- 2008 Field School Photos
Eric excavating a segment of the palisade.
Lee and Heather on screening duty.
The Ames Field School 2010 Students.
Setting up the total station to shoot in magnetometry and excavation units.
Eric and Lee surveying with the magnetometer.
Steven explaining the proper way to lay out test units.
Terri,Harrison, Wade, and Katie excavating a structure located through magnetometry survey.
Participants of the 2009 Field School after a successful season.
Josh as the rod man while mapping the mounds.
Steven operating the total station.
Wade and Trisha excavating at Mound D.
The Mound B excavation crew.
Screeners hard at work on Mound D.
Participants of the 2008 Field School after a successful season.