Monthly Archives: April 2017

Those 130,000 Years Old Californians

Big archeo news with the publication of a Nature article claiming that hominids butchered a Mastodon 130,000 years ago in what is now San Diego, CA.   It’s a huge anomaly since the generally accepted date for humans in the Americas … Continue reading

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Happening Today

I just returned from the Kennedy Center expansion site along the Potomac River this morning and got to see a construction team of amigos digging up the old ground surface (well below fill).  You can see the rich soil being … Continue reading

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More Archeo Obliteration along the Potomac in DC

I keep thinking that development along the Potomac River in Washington DC has all but erased the archeological record, but said development continues to gobble up little untouched portions.  The latest is the Kennedy Center’s expansion along the banks of … Continue reading

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