FYI Frank Remind the dogmatic that the ink of history is not indelible, that history is, in fact, a palimpsest of rewritings, as new discoveries obscure oldMessage 1 of 1 , Dec 11 4:09 AMView SourceFYI
Remind the dogmatic that the ink of history is not indelible, that history is, in fact, a palimpsest of rewritings, as new discoveries obscure old beliefs.
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 13:58:54 +0000
From: Museum of Underwater Archaeology <mualists@...>
Subject: From the MUA: 16th Century Artifact Conservation in Florida and 2 Serapis Updates
The U. of West Florida artifact conservation project journal was recently updated and now features a post on conserving ceramics from several Florida shipwreck sites including the 16th century Emanuel Point II shipwreck. You can view that post here:
The MUA and Serapis Project teams would like to thank all those that offered suggestions and theories about the mystery lead box discussed in their recent post on their Madagascar project journal. They have recently added two new posts with several more to come over the next few weeks. You can view all of them here:
The MUA staff would like to offer everyone our best wishes for a happy and safe holiday season. We hope to see you all next month at the SHA conference in Toronto!
T. Kurt Knoerl
The Museum of Underwater Archaeology