Note that the meeting time for this and all future subsequent meetings has been moved up to begin at 7:30 PM with doors open at 7 PM. The speaker will be Neil Peterson who is a “perpetual part-time student of archaeology” (his words!) and a professional Project Manager in the high tech industry in Waterloo. His research focus is on experimental archaeology and the industrial processes of the Viking era, specifically Iron Smelting and Glass Bead Making. Not surprisingly he will be taking about: Experimental Archaeology and Viking Era Glass Beads. As always there will be free juice and cookies! See you there!!
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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