Tag Archives: Fieldwork

A Day of Archaeology on the MARBAL 2017 Project

Disclaimer: This post is a time-stamped “day in the life” of MARBAL co-director Jess Beck, and is brought to you by approximately 17 cups of coffee. It was written as part of the “Day of Archaeology” project on July 28, … Continue reading

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Archaeological fieldwork in Romania

In mid-October I had one of those hellish trans-Atlantic journeys that are the stuff of nightmares. I left for the Pittsburgh airport at 230 am, flew to Chicago, spent 9 hours in O’Hare, flew to Dublin, booked it through the … Continue reading

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Strategies for organizing and photographing articulated human teeth

I recently posted a primer outlining the strategies I find particularly useful for handling high volumes of loose human teeth during bioarchaeological analyses. However, the mortuary assemblage I worked with for my dissertation actually contained a mixture of loose teeth and … Continue reading

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