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Please visit SoA COVID-19 Information OR the *NEW* School of Anthropology Phase 5 Research Restart page:

  • Ring of Brodgar: Neolithic henge and stone circle (Orkney Island, Scotland, 2015)
    Danielle Phelps

  • Avalon Beans: Earth Harmony Festival, Avalon gardens; beans grown on site (Tumacacori, AZ, 2015)
    Danielle Johnson

  • Olla on the Litho: Excavation of a large olla from above the Lithodendron (Petrified Forest, 2013). William Reitze

  • Graffiti Culture: Incomplete graffiti painting of an Amerindian woman on a wall (Cayenne, Guyane, 2015)
    Jonna Yarrington


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