Night at Kent Archaeology’s Roundtable



Science Versus Sun Tans

Seriously?!! Not quite. The academic archaeologist who wanted to talk about this subject (with these subtitles – all his) ended up going easier on his peers than this poster would suggest.

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The Significance of Forest Landing

The meaty and longish report, matter-of-factly named, “Archaeological and Historical Survey of Lebanon and Forest Landing, Road 356a, North Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware” (1989, by Louise and Ned Heite), is an oyster in the gray literature of Delaware archaeology. Not quite hidden, but enfolded within it, is a pearl.

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