14th Annual Workshop
March 7, 2017
This workshop will introduce teachers to the materials aspect of archaeology and make them more familiar with the various types of materials encountered in this field and their analysis. Lectures in Archaeochemistry, Archeometallurgy, Archeological Ceramics, and Bronze Casting Technology, will be followed by a tour of LRSM’s shared experimental facilities. After lunch at the LRSM, there will be a tour of the Center for Analysis of Archaeological Materials (CAAM). and a visit to a local bronze casting foundry to observe the complete process in making a lost wax bronze sculpture.
- Archaeochemistry Dr. Gretchen Hall, University Museum
- Archaeometallurgy Dr. Ted Davidson, University Museum
- Forensic Anthropology Dr. Janet Monge, University Museum
- Old and New Bronze Casting Technology Dr. Andrew McGhie, LRSM
- Tour of LRSM’s Shared Experimental Facilities
For further information contact: Andrew McGhie at 215-898-6461 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is FREE and includes lunch, all breaks, and workshop materials. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. Pre-registration is required, so please do so as soon as possible.
Participants are eligible for Act 48 credits
Co-sponsored by: the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology & the Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter’s National Science Foundation Materials Research Science and Engineering Center