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Come join SEAC, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Florida State Parks, and Viva Florida 500 this Saturday, October 25, from 10-4 for our 3rd annual International Archaeology Day at Fort San Marcos de Apalache, in St. Marks, FL. And don’t forget to visit our booth at the St. Marks Stone Crab Festival! #FLStateParks #fpan #SEAC50

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Episode 005 – 15 Questions with an Archeologist: Tim Roberts

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Our very own Tim Roberts sits down and answers our 15 questions.

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Episode 004 – 15 Questions with an Archeologist: Mellissa Baier

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Missy Baire from the Buffalo National River sits down to answer our 15 questions.

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These three artifacts were carved from #animal bones to form a vial, a tube, and a finial, respectively. The artifacts were excavated during a project at 419 Rue Decatur in Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. The #house had been purchased by the National Park Service to serve as the headquarters and visitor center for the park. Some of the buildings on the property had been damaged by termites and required extensive reconstruction. During the restoration process, extensive archeological remains related to previous buildings and occupations were discovered. Artifacts like these help reveal the locations of buildings and trash pits, how the #residents lived their lives, and what standard of living they enjoyed. In addition to these #bone artifacts, archeologists also recovered a dozen bone buttons.
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