Archaeological sediments under the microscope
The activity consists in the use of magnifying glasses and light boxes with polarizing filters as well as a 3D printed smartphone-based microscope to observe thin sections of archaeological deposits. This activity will allow the participants to understand what archaeological micromorphology is, its potential to Archaeology and what it can tell us about the communities of the past.
Investigador do Interdisciplinary Center for Archaeology and the Evolution of Human Behaviour (ICArEHB).
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