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Happy New Year from VCU 3D

Happy New Year to all in the Virtual Archaeology community!! If you are attending the Society for Historical Archaeology annual meeting in Baltimore, come see us present on our results Thursday morning, January 5.  We’ll also be conducting scanning demonstrations all day Friday, January 6, in the Biblio-Tech room.

Happy Holidays!

The V.C.U.-R.A.M.S. team would like to wish everyone a happy holiday season! But before we all leave for winter break, we would like to post another animation (courtesy of Dan Sullivan). This is a rather festive-looking projectile point from the Marine Corps Base Quantico.  Made from quartizite, this point was hard to scan (see: The … Continue reading

Revisiting Ferry Farm, Fredericksburg, VA

Friday, December 2, 2011 When we revisited George Washington’s boyhood home of Ferry Farm, instead of nightmare weather, the morning provided us with a sparsely traveled interstate and glistening, frost-covered grass.  Dr. Means warmly greeted us and we set quickly to work, all feeling more comfortable around Sir-Scans-A-Lot than on our last trip here, as … Continue reading

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