|COMMENT OF THE MONTH
This comment of the month is from Dr. Hester's Medina County Paper:
"Contrary to wide spread rumors, archaeologists respect private property rights and confidentiality – and we do not “seize” or “confiscate” collections or the land on which sites are located!"
Dr. Thomas Hester
Last month's comment comes from archaeologist Andy Malof:
".... an issue that really bugs me and one I hope becomes more widely
This comment of earlier merit came to us from Dr. Mike Gramly:
"I would be happy to communicate with you (for the benefit of your
The past is a construct of living people; it does not exist by itself -- the past cannot be saved. The past comes into being only when it is studied and consumed.
In my opinion, the only value of the archaeological record is an educational one, and it should be used without fear of loss. In some respects the act of studying the archaeological record is more important than the actual record itself., etc., etc."
|Andrew F. Malof:||TEXAS SNAILS IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONTEXTS|
(in PDF format)
|GUADALUPE BIFACES FROM FRIO
MEDINA COUNTIES, TEXAS
|Dr. Thomas Hester:||
|NEW! Tom Atkinson||
|David Calame:||Have you ever found, Pipe Creek bifaces?|
|David Calame:||Double hafted artifacts distribution|
|D.D.Harman:||Novel Research Help Wanted|
|Poison Ivy: The Green Pox!||General Information|
|Tony Dulini's Case Study||General Information|
|Bob Wishoff:||The Dirt Brothers Ride Again!|
|Rich Cross:||Stung by The Diggin' Bug|
|Quinn Elliott:||Chip Off The Old Block (a series)|
|Randy Severs:||Ode to The Dirt Brothers|
& Bob Wishoff:
of our past. In Two Parts...(for now)
|Bob Ahrens:||Fragments of My Imagination|
|David Calame:||Archeological Sites on Your Property|
|Lewis B. Smith:||The XYZ Affair: Archaeology on our Lakes|
|Dr. Thomas Hester and David Calame:||
County Texas Site Data
by Corps of Engineers and DuPont!
|Bob Wishoff & Don Rathbun:||
|Garren King:||Arrowhead Hunting & Metal Detecting|
|Bob Wishoff||IT MAY BE LEGAL, BUT IS THIS ETHICAL?|
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