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How to Dig

Posted by Andrew Farry on December 14, 2010 in Archaeology |
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Johnny Test Square

Curtin Archaeology Field Director Jon Vidulich shows us all what an excavation unit should look when done.   His handiwork here at a small precontact site in Saratoga County demonstrates the value of careful excavation, and what  a skilled archaeologist can do with shovel and trowel.  His unit looked like a perfect cube cut into the ground.

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