Posts Tagged ‘archaeology’
December 31, 2014
June 24, 2014
During the summer months excavation reaches its peak as Colonial Williamsburg’s archaeologists are joined by students in the annual summer field school held in conjunction with the College of William and Mary. This summer there are two excavations underway: the first is on the historic campus of the College of William and Mary (more on … Continue Reading »
March 27, 2014
By Áine Cain
In the 1750s, a 26-year-old, up-and-coming tailor and merchant named Robert Nicolson built the Robert Nicolson House, a gambrel-roofed structure. He wasted no time settling down in Williamsburg. Nicolson set up a shop on Duke of Gloucester Street and married Mary Waters, and eventually the couple had seven children. The Nicolson brood … Continue Reading »
February 1, 2013
Read the story in the winter journal Colonial Williamsburg.
January 28, 2013
Archaeologists at the Armoury site wrapped up their 2012 season with some expected — and some unexpected — finds. From a fence line and a saw pit to unexplained burials, catch up on what was discovered and what it all might mean.
Listen to this week’s podcast.
Visit the Armoury blog.
September 29, 2010
Archaeologists, field school students, summer interns, and a few seasoned volunteers fanned out across the Armoury site in early June with a laundry list of tasks and questions to address before reconstruction begins. As many of you know, it was not an easy summer for outdoor work. Extreme heat and a lack of rain baked … Continue Reading »