Tag Archives: Equipment

Pack your bags: equipment you’ll need for bioarchaeology data collection

This past Friday I finished my preliminary season of dissertation data collection here in Jaén. After staggering, zombie-like, out of the museum, devouring a bocadillo that was approximately the size of my head and staring blankly at the wall for a few … Continue reading

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How I Feel about Hydrogen Peroxide

When prepping  animal bones, you need to submerge them in hydrogen peroxide. Through trial and error I have found that the compound seems to lose its potency over time, so you need refills for every batch of bones you soak. … Continue reading

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