The final prompt for ArchInk 2020, ‘Ghost.’ What’s more terrifying than a box of unfinished reports? oooOOooo!
Archaeology has a long history of mistakes and exclusionary practices that, hopefully, are on their way to being fixed. ArchInk Prompt #22, ‘Repair.’
Yup, it’s all ceremonial. ArchInk Prompts 15 and 27.
There are so many ways, so many lenses, to understand the past–why just ‘box’ oneself into one kind of interpretation? ArchInk prompt #12, “box”.
Essentially the beginning of archaeology . . .Archaeology Inktober 2020 Prompt #11, ‘Act’
I don’t know about you, but I measure my year in bugs. Archaeology Inktober 2020, Prompt #7: Season.
Archaeology Inktober, Prompt #6: Selfie. I may be a slow surveyor, and have tendency to trip over my own feet, but I can record the Sh*t out of a site.
Archaeology Inktober, #3: Stone.
Archaeology Inktober is here again! I’m a bit behind, but here is prompt #2 “Below.” Now, I know that mice are a huge disturbance to subsurface deposits, but what else could sing a Disney parody?
Sometimes I think past peoples are just messing with archaeologists. You never know . . .