"Therefore, given that in the course of history many have acted on beliefs in which many others did not believe, we must perforce admit that for each, to a different degree, history has been largely the Theater of an Illusion "
-Serendipities, Eco 1998
To assist with an online component for a General Anthropology course my wife will be teaching, I created a 3D model of an archaeological site. This is the foundation of a slave cabin at Kingsley Plantation, which was most recently excavated by Dr. Davidson of the University of Florida.
I presented this poster at the 2017 Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference in Fort Worth, TX. Bernard and I both incorporate 3D modeling into our archaeology education and outreach. This poster highlights some of our efforts.
I recently had the chance to stop by Crystal River Archaeological State Park. I took the opportunity to model the famous/infamous Stele 1.
Shrimp boat wreck site documented as part of a coastal survey. This site was later heavily impacted by Hurricane Matthew and is largely gone.
A gopher tortoise kicked up this Middle Archaic lithic point at a nature preserve in Orange County. A previous survey was unable to find a single diagnostic artifact. This point, discovered by a volunteer, represents the only diagnostic artifact at the location.