Ever wanted to see what a thousand-year-old piece of wood looks like? In August 2010, while excavating a medieval settlement in northern Germany, I recovered this part of a well made from the trunk of a tree. Thanks to A. E. Douglass's invention of dendrochronology, it is possible to date wood. Please respect my decision not to reveal the location of the excavation site.
I'm not in the position to lecture you about archaeology, and even if I was, I wouldn't. Instead, I'd just like to share some links to articles I've read this past week. Maybe you're interested in archaeology too - if so, I hope you enjoy what you see.
I do believe that quizzes are a great way to enhance one's knowledge.
Blog post title taken from a song by Johnny Clegg.
Have a nice evening.