March Events

OSA Brown Bag: More LIDAR-further Adventures in Historic and Prehistoric Cultural Preservation...Using Lasers!

Friday, March 1, 2019 - 12:00
OSA Brown Bag: More LIDAR-further Adventures in Historic and Prehistoric Cultural Preservation...Using Lasers!
Details forthcoming....
Location: Clinton Street Building

OSA Brown Bag: Exploring the Collections from the Phipps National Historic Landmark site (13CK21)

Friday, March 8, 2019 - 12:00
OSA Brown Bag: Exploring the Collections from the Phipps National Historic Landmark site (13CK21)
Phipps is a National Historic Landmark Mill Creek culture site of the Initial Middle Missouri tradition in Cherokee County, Iowa. Excavations at Phipps began in the mid...
Location: Clinton Street Building

How Did They Do That? An O.W.L.S. Program hosted by Tama County Conservation Board

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 - 11:00
How Did They Do That? An O.W.L.S. Program hosted by Tama County Conservation Board
Join OSA archaeologist Cherie Haury-Artz for a presentation on ancient technology, "How Did They Do That?" which examines prehistoric technologies including flint knapping,...
Location: Tama County Nature Center at Otter Creek Lake and Park

OSA Brown Bag: Excavations at the Bronze Age Ceremonial Center of Castillejo del Bonete (Terrinches, Ciudad Real, Spain)

Friday, March 15, 2019 - 12:00
OSA Brown Bag: Excavations at the Bronze Age Ceremonial Center of Castillejo del Bonete (Terrinches, Ciudad Real, Spain)
La Mancha is not only the land of Don Quixote. The stark open landscape of the southern Meseta was also the setting for a unique Bronze Age culture with some of the...
Location: Clinton Street Building

OSA Brown Bag: Stratigraphy, Occupations and Disturbance: The Complex Depositional History of Woodpecker Cave

Friday, March 29, 2019 - 12:00
OSA Brown Bag: Stratigraphy, Occupations and Disturbance: The Complex Depositional History of Woodpecker Cave
About the presentation:...
Location: Clinton Street Building