Lost Towns Project Hosts International Archaeology Day Event
November 13, 2013

Archaeologist Tim Peterson shows visistors artifacts recently found by the Lost Towns Project
Archaeologist Tim Peterson shows visistors artifacts recently found by the Lost Towns Project
Archaeologist Jasmine Gollup and London Town staff give an archaeology-themed tour of the siteArchaeology Stacy Poulos hosts visitors in the County Archaeology LabArchaeologist Stephanie Sperling gives a lecture about a year of archaeology in Anne Arundel County
Archaeologist Jasmine Gollup and London Town staff give an archaeology-themed tour of the site Archaeology Stacy Poulos hosts visitors in the County Archaeology Lab Archaeologist Stephanie Sperling gives a lecture about a year of archaeology in Anne Arundel County
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Anne Arundel County's (MD) Lost Towns Project teamed with Historic London Town and Gardens to host an archaeology event celebrating International Archaeology Day on October 19, 2013. Over 50 people came to London Town in Edgewater, MD to see a lecture given by archaeologist Stephanie Sperling about a Year of Lost Towns Archaeology, visit the lab and help process artifacts, and take an archaeology-themed tour of colonial port London Town.  The event was a great success and they hope to have even more visitors next year!

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