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Then there are county laws protecting county beaches and city laws that can protect city beaches. (students are starting to look concerned) Now, you can collect shells and if you find bones or things less than 50 years old, you're fine.And in Florida the state owns the land, including the artifacts up to the high water mark. You know when you go to a beach you go to all the time and all the sudden the water is up higher than you've ever seen it? And keep in mind a lot of time that sand has come from somewhere else. Augustine beach, that artifact likely same from the recent dredging project...it's from miles away!Think about it- I study people in Florida going back to 12,000 years ago.

Then there are county laws protecting county beaches and city laws that can protect city beaches. (students are starting to look concerned) Now, you can collect shells and if you find bones or things less than 50 years old, you're fine.And in Florida the state owns the land, including the artifacts up to the high water mark. You know when you go to a beach you go to all the time and all the sudden the water is up higher than you've ever seen it? And keep in mind a lot of time that sand has come from somewhere else. Augustine beach, that artifact likely same from the recent dredging project...it's from miles away!Think about it- I study people in Florida going back to 12,000 years ago.

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We have staged an excavation where you both get to know how an excavation works, and you will get the chance to interpret the findings that emerge. Take the Birka quiz where you can challenge each other with exciting questions about the Vikings and find out who is the Viking expert!

Yesterday after the end of my program at the Casements Summer camp we opened the floor to questions.

Historic burials are often found and sometimes get moved.

In my former life as a staff archaeologist we got involved moving burials from time to time.

Please don't go digging in your yards- we did the peanut butter and jelly activity to show how important those layers are to an archaeologist.

If someone finds something in their yard on their personal property, it belongs to them.

These remarkable 5-10 year old kids opened up a dynamic round of questions that I can't keep to myself.

Here are some of the highlights, many of them FAQs we get while traveling around the region.

I have a friend who found his toothbrush, the handle was made out of cow bone and the bristles were made out of hogs hair. Can you imagine the excitement the day a nest of alligators hatched downtown? And you know what else archaeologists tend to find a lot of in caves? Many caves are found in limestone, and the natural product of the walls (gypsum) is a natural laxative and caused those using the caves to go quite often. Think about it..I give you a piece of gold are you likely to lose it? Archaeologists are basically digging in the trash people left behind, and it's rare that we find gold. If you found a bone out at the beach today and picked it up, you're probably safe.

Are you going to drop it on the ground outside and leave it? Keep in mind that artifacts (50 years old and older) are protected by federal laws on federal beaches, like out at Canaveral National Seashore (within 10 miles of that site).

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