Monthly Archives: September 2012

An Owl in the Hand

This is the reverse of the sense of scale post where tiny people illustrated the monumental size of Mound A at Poverty Point.  Here station archaeologist Dr. Diana Greenlee holds a tiny Poverty Point owl made of red jasper, a type … Continue reading

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SharedEarth Video

I participated in a TEDx event here in Monroe, LA a few weeks ago.  My talk was about the ancient earthworks so I thought I would post a link to the video.  You can watch it by clicking here.  I’ve … Continue reading

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