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The FPAN Archaeology Lab is open to volunteers throughout the year.
Volunteers help rough sort artifacts recovered from local archaeological sites.
We will be welcoming Andrew Wise and Hillary Conley of the National Park Service's Southeast Archeological Center. No experience is needed, but all volunteers are given a brief orientation by a professional archaeologist their first day.
“Setting Phasers to Stun: An Introduction to the science of Portable X-ray Fluorescence and its applications in archaeology” Increasingly archaeologists are finding ways to utilize portable x-ray fluorescence (PXRF). On New Year's Eve, 1940, a twin-engine Wellington bomber was on a training mission out of Lossiemouth, Scotland, when it lost power in one of its engines.
Whether through the study of ancient tool types or by looking for Paleoindian habitation sites that are now located in the Gulf of Mexico, archaeologists are using cutting-edge tools to learn more about what Florida was like more than 10,000 years ago.
This talk will explore what we know about Florida's first residents, as well as how archaeology can inform us about this little understood part of our past.
These presentations will feature archaeologists from the area discussing their work with 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The FPAN Archaeology Lab is open to volunteers throughout the year.
Please join us on Tuesday, March 4 for our monthly PAST meeting. Volunteers help rough sort artifacts recovered from local archaeological sites.
The Robert Morgade Library celebrates the grand opening of the exhibit We Were Here: The People of the Water.Originally developed for the on-site detection of metals and minerals, PXRF is a tool that uses targeted x-ray energy to detect an object’s elemental composition. The pilot spotted a large waterway below and ditched the plane at Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands.We will examine the history and science behind PXRF and show real world examples of how this technology is used by archaeologists. Decades later, following several years of deepwater remote sensing investigations, the bomber was raised in September 1985.Please join the Okeechobee Battlefield Friends for the commemoration of the largest and fiercest battle in the Seminole Wars fought on Christmas Day 1837.The event will include a narrated battle reeactment; living history, Seminole and other exhibitors; alligator demonstrations and more.