This lecture at Santa Catalina Villas, a senior community in Tucson, Arizona, will discuss how animal bones can tell us about the amazing relationships between humans and animals in our past. Zooarchaeology uses the traces of animals remains in the archaeological record to understand many different aspects of human life. This lecture discusses some of the surprising discoveries about humans and animals of the past. Read more »
The Diplomat, the Dealer and the Digger: Writing the History of the Antiquities Trade in 19th Century Greece
Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona
1013 E. University Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85745-0026
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A new exhibition on historic and prehispanic basketry will be open for the visiting public on Archaeology Day at Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona. In addition, at least four research labs will be open for visitation by the public. These include labs for identifying animals, for studying human, and labs focused on ancient Pueblo and Hohokam archaeology.