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Saturday, January 23, 2021 at 12 noon (via webinar)

Dr. Zack Gilmore, Asst. Professor of Anthropology at Rollins College

Great Gathering Places! Pre-Columbian Ritual and Social Integration at Florida Shell Mounds

2021 PROGRAMS


February 20, 2021
Dr. Sarah Clayton, University of Wisconsin-Madison, “The End of Teotihuacan: Perspectives on Collapse and Regeneration from Beyond the Ancient Metropolis.”

March 20, 2021 
Lisa Duffy, Doctoral Candidate at the University of Florida, will present the results of her fascinating research into pottery residues. “Using Residue Analysis to Explore Ancient Maya Recipes and Food-Processing Technology.”

April 17, 2021
Dr. William Murray, professor at the University of South Florida, will discuss his research into Roman battle rams. 

May 15, 2021
Dr. James P. Delgado, Senior Vice President of SEARCH, INC., will present a lecture about the recent recovery of the Clotilda, the last ship to bring slaves into  the United States.
Its location has long been the subject of great interest to  archaeologists.