14 August 2011

Talkin' About A Revolution


Lithic flakes.
August 2011.


I spent the past two weeks as part of a team of archaeologists and diggers who excavated what was presumed to have been a paleolithic settlement site. We made no spectacular discoveries though - all we found were some 100 lithic flakes like the ones in the picture above. The weather had been miserable for most of the time; the site got drenched with rain many times.

This coming week will be the last week of digging I'm going to do before my trip to France. Before I visit that beautiful country, however, I'll spend a few days at Europe's largest wildlife preserve for endangered species. 

Blog post title taken from the song by Tracy Chapman.

4 comments:

Brooke said...

I think it's kinda awesome we are both visiting wild preserves within the same week of each other lol

Neat find!

Dominic Doherty said...

Yes it is!

donnie said...

digging in the mud and finding very little - I've done that :)

Dominic Doherty said...

Well, I'm glad I'm not the only one.