Sat, 12 April 2014
This episode, your hosts talk about the 2014 Fields of Conflict archaeology conference held in Columbia, South Carolina in March 2014. They discuss some of the conference panels, battlefield archaeology, and where archaeology and history intersect.
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Direct download: EP85_2014_Fields_of_Conflict_Conference_P1.mp3
Category:Conferences -- posted at: 12:21pm HST
I enjoyed your talk. Much archeology in Japan is done on the local (city) level, especially by the Education Committees (Kyôiku Iinkai). For instance, as I mentioned on the Forums, Kanazawa City excavated Kiriyama Castle in that city and had the bullet lead analyzed. Hachiôji has done a lot with Hachiôji castle. In some places you cannot build until an archaeology survey has been done.