However it is the Estate land and the surrounding area which is the focus of this Project, not the Hall. Evolutionary origins of Agriculture An ERC-funded collaborative project the universities of Sheffield and Manchester investigating the selective pressures driving the domestication of crops through archaeobotany, experimental ecology and DNA analysis. Feeding Stonehenge A project which examines the catchment areas of livestock brought to Stonehenge through the analysis of isotopes in cattle teeth to establish seasonality patterns of animal culling at this major ceremonial site.
The aim is to propose a new and more complex idea of the Mycenaean economies, on the basis of the contextual analysis of both archaeological remains and administrative texts. Infancy and Earliest Childhood This project investigates the role and significance of newborn children and infants in the Roman family and society.
Imperial Estate at Vagnari This project investigates the buildings, the economy, the living conditions and the role of slave labour on a Roman imperial estate in S-E Italy Puglia. Newark Civil War A major community-based project undertaking a comprehensive review of the nationally significant 17th-century siegeworks surrounding Newark-on-Trent. Origins of Agriculture A NERC-funded collaborative project that aims to develop an ecological model for crop domestication.
Roman Clothing and Identities: New Perspectives on Textiles in the Roman Empire deals with archaeological, pictorial, written and scientific sources to explore the importance of clothing as a vehicle for the expression of social, cultural and ethnic identities in the Roman world. This concentration led to the establishment in of the Sheffield Centre for Aegean Archaeology with the support of the University.
Sheffield Political Cultures An AHRC-funded cultural engagement project which focuses on the history of working-class Sheffield, socialism in the city, the life and times of Edward Carpenter and the more recent history of political activism in Sheffield. South African Palaeocave Survey A project based in South Africa to locate cave features which may contain undisturbed hominid and other fossil deposits. Findings will investigate the role of breast-feeding in past communities and thus contextualise contemporary dialogues concerning infant health, nutrition and mortality.
The chapel still contains the bones of hundreds of people, who we believe lived and died between the 13th and 16th centuries. A collaboration with Dyfed Archaeology Trust to excavate and analyse an early Christian cemetery situated in sands dunes at Whitesands Bay, Pembrokeshire. The project aims to comprehensively characterise for the first time the later phases of activity on site. Zooarchaeology of Central England The aim of this project is to produce a review of the animal bone evidence for Central England from Mesolithic to Modern times.
Beaker isotope project Beaker isotope project: Bradbourne The Bradbourne Landscape Project is situated in the Peak District of Derbyshire, and maintains a long tradition of Departmental research on the Roman and medieval periods in this area. European Glass Production Following the recent publication of the 17th-century glass furnace from Vauxhall, this project is collating the archaeological evidence for post-medieval glass production in the capital. The survey was multi-period, but had a particular focus on late Antiquity and the early middle ages.
It was soon realised that the wreck was a late 16th-century merchantman, which had sunk with its cargo intact. This project had two equal objectives, to develop an integrated research strategy for archaeobotanical remains and to create web-based training packages for archaeobotanical research.
Lincolnshire Cemeteries and Settlements in North Lincolnshire, c. New ways with old wheats This project has opened up an exciting new way for studying prehistoric agriculture. This page provides information on and publications relating to this research. Spirits of the Dead It was important to people on many levels of Roman society that, when they died, their memory be preserved for future generations, and to that end numerous and varied funerary monuments were commissioned, carved and set up in the cemeteries of towns, villages and rural estates of Roman Europe.
Utilisation of ancient DNA Utilisation of ancient DNA from charred seeds in studies of the phylogenetics and population genetics of cultivated plants.
Vedrovice project Biological and cultural identity of first farmers: Venus in Pompeii Nemus et templum: Exploring the sacred garden of Venus in Pompeii - The garden of Venus at Pompeii is demonstrably one of the earliest known temple gardens in the Roman empire. West Halton Since we have undertaken fieldwork at West Halton.
Our investigations on the green, and elsewhere in the village, have revealed a nearly unbroken 1, year sequence of occupation from the Saxon period until the 16th century, which is a comparatively rare feature of medieval settlements in this part of Lincolnshire.
We can provide information about local accommodations, or you may visit Mesa Verde Country for information. Meals Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served each day. On-campus meals are served cafeteria-style in the lodge; dinner and lunches include a salad bar and a vegetarian entree.
Fresh fruit, lemonade, iced tea, and coffee are available on campus all day. If you are working at the site, snacks, water, and a picnic lunch sandwiches, fresh fruit, chips, and cookies are provided. Juice, spring water, and soda are available from the vending machine behind the lodge.
Crow Canyon dining consistently receives rave reviews! If you have special dietary needs, please contact us before your program. We are able to accommodate most special diets, but some may require you to bring supplemental foods.
Getting You and Your Gear to Crow Canyon Location Crow Canyon is located amidst majestic mountains, mesas, and canyons about 4 miles northwest of the town of Cortez in southwestern Colorado. Driving to Crow Canyon Highways link Cortez to cities in all directions.
Crow Canyon will provide shuttle transportation to and from both airports at no extra charge to program participants. Alternatively, you may fly into one of the following cities and rent a car: Activity Level Archaeological fieldwork requires physical exertion: You will work at your own pace, but the experience will be more enjoyable if you are in good physical condition. If you do not exercise regularly, you might improve your conditioning by taking consecutively longer walks at home before the program begins.
If you have any questions or concerns about your ability to participate in this program, please call one of our sales and enrollment specialists at Local Environment, Climate, and Weather Crow Canyon is located in the high desert, where deep sandstone canyons dissect pinyon-, juniper-, and sage-covered plains, all against the distant backdrop of the Rocky Mountains.
The campus and excavation site are located at an elevation of feet; the elevation of Mesa National Park ranges from to feet. The Colorado sun is strong ultraviolet exposure increases about 4 percent for every feet above sea level , and the air is generally very dry.
In summer, daytime temperatures are usually in the mids to low 90s, but occasionally reach triple digits. In July and August our monsoon season , it is not uncommon to get afternoon thunderstorms. The best precaution for anyone not accustomed to both the dry climate and the high elevation is to drink plenty of water.
We recommend that program participants drink at least two quarts of water per day, every day, while here. In addition, pre-hydration—drinking plenty of water for a few days before leaving home—may help the body acclimate more quickly.
Also, sunscreen is a must! Terms, Conditions, and Cancellation Policy. The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's programs and admission practices are open to applicants of any race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, or sexual orientation. Registration as a seller of travel does not constitute approval by the State of California CST June , Register Online. September , Register Online. Discounts for seniors, program alumni, military veterans, early birds, and bringing a friend.
The Northern Chaco Outliers Project is a multiyear study focused on the Haynie site, a significant ancestral Pueblo village located just northeast of Cortez. Please call Crow Canyon at Excavating at the Haynie site. The Crow Canyon campus. The Crow Canyon lodge.
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