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A One in a Million Find in the Pineywoods...

During a recent archaeological survey in the Pineywoods region of east Texas (conducted on behalf of the US Army Corps of Engineers), AmaTerra archaeologist, Dan Rose, unearthed a singular find... in two parts. In a one-in-a-million shovel test, Dan found two stone axe blades stacked together in a cache (seriously, we need to make sure he buys a lottery ticket or two...). The axe blades, dating to the middle- to late-Archaic (roughly 5000-500 B.C.) exhibit a sharp blade and a definite heft for cutting down trees. Given such a unique find, AmaTerra created silicone molds and cast replicas in epoxy and plastic. See some photos of the final product. Neat stuff!

Peering Through the Sands of Time; AmaTerra and TxDOT's first digital publication...

AmaTerra is thrilled to announce that their first entirely digital publication, "Peering Through the Sands of Time: The Archeology of the Caddo at the Kitchen Branch Site (41CP220) in East Texas" has been published online for free download through Apple's iTunes and Google's Play stores. Working on behalf of the Texas Department of Transportation, AmaTerra worked with state agencies like TxDOT and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, staff archeologists,and teaming partners to develop this new avenue in public engagement and outreach for archeological projects. See some excerpts of the report below: "Peering Through the Sands of Time," utilizes the latest in digital publishing technology

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