Monday, September 12, 2011

Bioarchaeological Work In Marcajirca 2011

First group 2011 in Marcajirca: Omar Alejos, Alejandra Contreras, Sammanta Linninger, Dr. John Verano, Jasmine Cloven, Mellisa Lund, Grace Warren, Amelia Hessey, Kristen Glass, Emily McDaniels, Sammantha Holder, Katia Valladares, Kathryn Mortesen, Leslie Corona and Rachael Porter

Second Group 2012 in Marcajirca: Mellisa Lund, José Sanchez, Emily McDaniels, Bebel Ibarra, Rosemary Pinales, Chritopher Rinker, Oscar Loyola, Carlos Escobar y Fernando Gutierrez (up)
Reona Oda, Magdalena Auron, Karine Andreassen, Kelsey Hack and Michaela Reizenger (down)

 Lecture in Huari House by Dr. Verano, Department of Anthropology of Tulane University, during his visit to our field school in 2011

Excavations in tombs are usulaly in small spaces
 Excavation in tombs involve work in many positions and closed spaces

Verifying Bone Inventory under Oscar's supervision

Analyzing and making inventory of the material beside chullpas
Mellisa supervising bone inventory in Marcajirca Lab

Working in Marcajirca lab students rotate: maximum 3 students at a time in order to give a quality teaching
Bone Inventory Form to be filled out

Drawing recording bone distribution in tombs