AR218/AN218
Archaeological Laboratory Methods
1.00 Credits

A course designed to give the student intensive training in the necessary methodologies of preparing and analyzing archaeological data at an excavation site. Methods of recording, preserving and reconstructing artifacts are emphasized during the first half, while the ways and means of analysis of those objects are dealt with during the second half. (Cross-listed as AN218.) (Field course)

Additional Course Information
Prerequisites
Permission of the department.
Exclusions
AR308*/AN308*.
 
Offerings
LocationCourse #Access/Details
Bauman dig site, near Orillia AR218BA June 17 - July 28, 2006