and will feature Kyle Forsythe of Archaeological Services Inc., Toronto talking about his research on a unique assemblage of purposefully broken stone artifacts from a 5000 year old Middle Archaic site in southcentral Ontario. The title of his presentation is: Caching and Killing: The Mount Albert Story. See you there!! Doors will open at the usual time 7:30 PM with the talk scheduled for 8 PM. However, note that as of our October meeting we will be moving the start of the meeting earlier to 7:30 PM with doors opening at 7 PM in response to member requests.
Occasional Publications of the London Chapter OAS No. 9: The Compleat Archaeologist: Papers in Honor of Michael W. Spence - (edited by Christopher Ellis, Neal Ferris, Peter Timmins and Christine White) 15 Chapters, 297 pp., 2010. This volume, co-published as Ontario Archaeology Volumes 85-88 is distributed and sold by the London Chapter. In addition to a chapter chronicling the career of Dr. Spence and his contributions to Ontario and Mesoamerican Archaeology and bioarchaeology, the volume includes 14 chapters by his colleagues and former students divided into three sections that reflect his diverse theoretical and substantive interests: Ontario Archaeology, Osteological Studies and Ethnicity and Identity. See our publications page for details on contents and ordering.
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