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=Archaeology future session ideas=
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===Conservation===
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In this session we will look at the conservation of historical monuments/buildings/artefacts. What techniques are used to preserve them? Are these techniques seen as useful, does everyone agree with them? How do you see us preserving these historical wonders in years to come? Come along to the session to discuss...
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===Underwater Archaeology===

Revision as of 14:17, 7 January 2008

THIS IS MY TEST PAGE FOR THINGS I AM WORKING ON FOR THE WIKI

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Project started 4/1/08 finished 4/1/08

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Editing MediaWiki:Sitenotice puts whatever is on that page on every single page in the wiki.

Archaeology future session ideas

Conservation

In this session we will look at the conservation of historical monuments/buildings/artefacts. What techniques are used to preserve them? Are these techniques seen as useful, does everyone agree with them? How do you see us preserving these historical wonders in years to come? Come along to the session to discuss...

Underwater Archaeology