As you may have already heard, Archaeology is a science that studies the human past by analyzing bones, rocks, charcoal, ceramics, or shells (among others) that are in archaeological sites. These archaeological sites are very important, because they were the home of past human communities, where we find the remains… Read More »A day in the lab.
Ok, maybe you can. But that doesn’t mean that science is not a crucial part of education for both children and adults. Science helps us know things about the world, acquire general knowledge and develop a critical mind – and Archaeology is an essential key for all of this. By… Read More »You can’t spell Education without Science.
Excavating sites and collecting stratigraphic information are destructive and unrepeatable processes since it is impossible to re-excavate the same area and retrieve the same data. As such, creating a solid and secure archaeological record is the most crucial task for all archaeologists. However, the retrieved data has changed through time,… Read More »From photogrammetry to iPad Pro in Archaeology