“That’s the most exciting thing, is to be able to find those kinds of artifacts that help you put a bigger picture to the story and to actually think about the people who were living here—those individuals this time, instead of just a broad sweep of history,” said Kendra Kolomyja, project archeologist.
The park will eventually be transformed into a community space with open lawn spaces, picnic areas, a playground, a rain garden and a paved space for events. Members of the public were invited to see the uncovered artifacts on Thursday, garnering lots of public interest, according to the city’s Twitter account.
Peter Harbison has written the first full-scale survey of Irish prehistory for a general audience to have appeared for a decade.
Pre-Christian Ireland gives the story of human settlement from the beginnings 10,000 years ago to St Patrick's Christianizing mission in the fifth century AD.
by Peter Harbison Although one of the last corners of Europe to have been settled by man, Ireland is particularly rich in prehistoric remains.
The great passage-tomb of Newgrange, dating to the fourth millennium BC, has become internationally famous since the discovery of its orientation towards the rising sun at the winter solstice, and excavations at the neighbouring tomb of Knowth have given unprecedented insight into the wealth of Irish megalithic art.
The entertaining areas and chairs for sitting outside were great. We were happy with all the facilities and loved our room. Debbie and Trevor 6.11.14 The Cottages have a lovely historical feel. The best thing was walking down the arbour path to Leonards Mil. xx Heart Suite 7: Loved the quaint ambience of the cottages. I’m not a history person but adored reading about Alexander Florence and the different lifestyle back then.
The awards were given by the Genealogical Society of Isabella County.Thank you to the owner who happened to be there and offered to show us around the incredible Randalsea Village dating from Colonel Light’s days. Rodney & Regina A lovely place to stay after a 4 hour lunch at The Mill then here under the gazebo for more celebration after some good news 3 days ago We were happy all the facilities and loved our room. Lory & Andrew Suite 7: This is our second time here. Come to Second Valley and experience the wonders of the Fleurieu Peninsula and beyond.The redevelopment of a Calgary park has unearthed evidence of First Nations communities dating back some 3,000 years.Fire-cracked rock, bones and possible tipi rings were found during the excavation of Jack Long Park in the city’s historic east end.
Archeologists also uncovered evidence of daily life of early settlers, including ceramic pieces, tin glass, and a hand forged nail.Lett also received the John Cumming Historical Preservation Award.