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Its finally here, tomorrow is Archaeology Day with Free Admission to the Brevard Museum! Be sure to stick around until 3:00 p.m. to hear about the Tristan De Luna 1559 Fleets and Underwater Archaeology from the State's Chief Underwater Archaeologist, Dr. Roger Smith.

Its finally here, tomorrow is Archaeology Day with Free Admission to the Brevard Museum! Be sure to stick around until 3:00 p.m. to hear about the Tristan De Luna 1559 Fleets and Underwater Archaeology from the State's Chief Underwater Archaeologist, Dr. Roger Smith.

Its finally here, tomorrow is Archaeology Day with Free Admission to the Brevard Museum! Be sure to stick around until 3:00 p.m. to hear about the Tristan De Luna 1559 Fleets and Underwater Archaeology from the State's Chief Underwater Archaeologist, Dr. Roger Smith.

Its finally here, tomorrow is Archaeology Day with Free Admission to the Brevard Museum! Be sure to stick around until 3:00 p.m. to hear about the Tristan De Luna 1559 Fleets and Underwater Archaeology from the State's Chief Underwater Archaeologist, Dr. Roger Smith.

Come back and see us for FHSAI Archaeology Day  to enjoy hands-on archaeological activities and complimentary admission to the museum

Come back and see us for FHSAI Archaeology Day to enjoy hands-on archaeological activities and complimentary admission to the museum

Details - Osteology of birds, by R.W. Shufeldt. - Biodiversity Heritage Library

Details - Osteology of birds, by R.W. Shufeldt. - Biodiversity Heritage Library

Archaeological Implications: How far did Natives have to travel to capture this resource? Did they have to swim out into the water or just collect on the beach? Where were they finding these species now deposited in a midden? How has the environment changed/not changed since the time these ecofacts were tossed away? - See more at: http://fpangoingpublic.blogspot.com/2013/10/northeast-florida-archaeology.html#sthash.1AmJvRvM.dpuf

Archaeological Implications: How far did Natives have to travel to capture this resource? Did they have to swim out into the water or just collect on the beach? Where were they finding these species now deposited in a midden? How has the environment changed/not changed since the time these ecofacts were tossed away? - See more at: http://fpangoingpublic.blogspot.com/2013/10/northeast-florida-archaeology.html#sthash.1AmJvRvM.dpuf

Reptile bones are:  Medium weight Not glossy or transparent, woody to smooth texture Have cortex of a medium thickness, with spongy bone at the ends Have a rounded shape to their ends, almost like what you would see in a cartoon drawing of a bone

Reptile bones are: Medium weight Not glossy or transparent, woody to smooth texture Have cortex of a medium thickness, with spongy bone at the ends Have a rounded shape to their ends, almost like what you would see in a cartoon drawing of a bone

Florida Archaeology Month 2014, Tracing Florida's First Peoples: Paleoindians. Warm Mineral Springs Archaeological Site

Florida Archaeology Month 2014, Tracing Florida's First Peoples: Paleoindians. Warm Mineral Springs Archaeological Site

Florida Archaeology Month 2014, Tracing Florida's First Peoples: Paleoindians.

Florida Archaeology Month 2014, Tracing Florida's First Peoples: Paleoindians.

Bird bones are:  Light weight and almost hollow Glossy and smooth texture, but not transparent Have an angular shape to some ends Have thin cortex with thin support webs within

Bird bones are: Light weight and almost hollow Glossy and smooth texture, but not transparent Have an angular shape to some ends Have thin cortex with thin support webs within

Merrit Square Mall Season of Giving

Merrit Square Mall Season of Giving

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