Global Scavenger Hunt 2011 Puzzle #3
Our daily winners of this puzzle are Rochelle Hepworth and Erin Mckendry! Congrats to them both!
Whether it is the number of ceramic sherds uncovered at a site or the dimensions of an exposed structure, archaeologists on excavation projects or in labs are constantly measuring and counting things. Today’s puzzle deals with numbers connected to archaeological and historical sites and discoveries. You will need a calculator for this one. There are three parts to the puzzle. Each part will give you a two digit or four digit number as the final solution. Place the numbers in the blanks provided and for your solution tell us what the numbers signify. Good luck!
This puzzle is closed, see the answers below.
As preparations for International Archaeology Day pick up speed, more groups sign on daily. Today, four new groups joined the cause.
The Society for California Archaeology has signed on as a collaborating organization for International Archaeology Day.
2013's International Archaeology Day sees the return of many collaborating organizations from years past!