TAS Archeological Academies

Texas Archeology Academy provides learning opportunities in archeology for those interested in more in-depth information on archeological goals and procedures.

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2021 Ceramics Academy: The Stories Found in Pottery

February 20-21, 2021 

Virtual Classroom

The Texas Archeological Society's 2021 Ceramics Academy is a two-day event that provides a comprehensive background and understanding of prehistoric and historic ceramics from archeological sites. The Academy will be held virtually and each participant will receive a manual and materials for hands-on exercises.

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2021 TAS Archeology 101 Academy

March 13-14, 2021 

Virtual Classroom

March 20-21, 2021

Field Excavation, San Felipe de Austin

The Texas Archeological Society's 2021 Archeology 101 Academy is a introduces the field of archeology and provides each participant with the tools to identify, assess, and record an archeological site. The classroom portion of the Academy will be conducted virtually over two days. This will followed by a half day field excavation at San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site on either March 20th or 21st.

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2021 Archeobotany Academy

April 24-25, 2021

Virtual Classroom

The 2021 TAS Archeobotany Academy will be offered VIRTUALLY via Zoom with an emphasis on Caddo ancestors and the plant species of east Texas. The academy will introduce participants to how archeologists understand the relationships between people and plants in the past. Participants will receive a kit 

Event Details

512.245.1696

Texas Archeological Society, Department of Anthropology, Texas State University, 601 University Drive, San Marcos, Texas 78666-4616

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