Keck Archaeology Lab
Students working on the dig simulator of the Keck Archaeology Lab
Archaeology students are able to learn and practice archaeological methods such as excavation thanks to the dig sumulator located in the Keck Archaeology Lab, which often features four layers, which include Neolithic, Mycenaean, Classical Greek, and Roman. The Lab was possible thanks to the generous grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation.
Dickinson Environmental Archaeology Lab
Victoria A. Cacchione '15 and Julia McMahon ’16 working in the Dickinson Environmental Archaeological Laboratory (DEAL).
The Dickinson Environmental Archaeology Laboratory allows studets to make connections between past humans lives and their environment through hands-on experience analyzing plant remains from archaeological sites.