I’ve often said the graduate student work is the backbone of the archaeological discipline in British Columbia. Today I get to report on more student work – but this time its a fascinating study done by an undergraduate student at Camosun College here in Victoria. The student, Christine Stathers, did an experimental archaeology project for her Anthropology 240 course, and she kindly agreed that I could post some of the results here. The results are highly informative for our interpretation of petroglyphs, I think.
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