I’m pleased to announce that I’ve just had another article published on StoneAgeMan! This latest post begins a discussion on archaeological dating methods, because learning about the past requires solid procedures for determining how old objects are.
Hello everybody, I hope you all had a great holiday season! I spent the holidays working on a new article for StoneAgeMan, which is now online. It’s about how archaeologists excavate sites.
Those who’ve been following me for a while will know that I hate posting multiple times a day. Thus, when I do so, there’s always a good reason for it. I’m posting a second time today to let you know that I’ve just had another article published on StoneAgeMan!
Have you ever wondered what it means when people refer to the Stone, Bronze, or Iron Ages? I did, until I started working on my latest article for StoneAgeMan.
I’m excited to announce that I’ve just had a new article published for a website called Stone Age Man! The article is an introduction to archaeology titled, “Archaeology: the Science of Uncovering the past.”
It’s now Fall: the second-best season of all. As the days grow shorter , I find myself longing increasingly for winter. What I don’t find myself doing is blogging.
Some of you may have noticed that I haven’t been very active on the internet lately. Here’s a brief account of what I’ve been up to.
This post completes the retelling of my 2017 trip to Belize: participating in an archaeology field school and meeting with jaguar experts. The previous post in this series can be…