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Archaeological Institute of America

​University of North Florida
Social Sciences Building 51

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Jan. 21, 2017 
Mastodon Trail Mix: Foraging Behavior of the ‘Original Forest Elephant’ Based on Aucilla River 'Digesta'
Dr. Lee Newsom, Flagler College

February 18, 2017

​A Nubian Walks into a Christian Bar at Philae and Asks …

Dr. Eugene Cruz-Uribe, Indiana University East

March 25, 2017

​The Ark Before Noah

Dr. Irving Finkel

April 22, 2017

The Role of Solar Observations in Developing The Preclassic Maya Calendar

Dr. Susan Milbrath, Florida Museum of Natural History