Category Archives: The Archaeology Of Series

The Archaeology of…Roanoke: The Lost Colony

I wrote a piece for Archaeology in the Community┬áthat was recently published on their blog. This educational archaeology non-profit is based in DC and emphasizes community archaeology with public engagement, hosting a variety of events. This piece is especially for … Continue reading

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The Archaeology of… Chocolate

Those who observe┬áValentine’s Day have many options in how to celebrate their love, but many choose to do it with chocolate. The pairing is a result of Valentine’s Day becoming celebrated as a romantic holiday starting with Chaucer in 1382 … Continue reading

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The Archaeology of…Vampires

My first field school was a project investigating Medieval population demographics through the analysis of funerary excavations at various cemeteries in Romania, specifically in Transylvania. Before and after I went on this trip I got varying reactions from friends and … Continue reading

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The Archaeology of… Fermentation

Within the last few years, my hometown has seen a fortunate increase in both microbreweries and local distilleries. At one of my new favorite places to purchase craft beers I came across a beer that inspired this blog post.┬áThe Scottish … Continue reading

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