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Lindsay Bloch, a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Anthropology at UNC Chapel Hill, will discuss her research focusing on lead-glazed coarse earthenwares, a type of ceramic produced in great quantity during the colonial period through the mid-nineteenth century. Ms. Bloch has been utilize the...
Join Archaeologists on a 50-minute walking tour of rarely seen parts of the plantation and learn how archaeology informs our understanding of the lives of those who lived and worked at Monticello. The tour, entitled Hidden in Plain Site: Archaeology at Jefferson's Plantation , will visit the...
Help celebrate Virginia Archaeology Month! Monticello’s Archaeology Department hosts its annual open house, featuring displays and exhibits on recent discoveries in the field and the lab, as well as walking tours of the vanished Monticello Plantation landscape. Archaeology staff members will be on...
Learning how to Learn from the Archaeological Record Explore the latest findings from the Monticello-University Archaeological Field School, where archaeologists and students have been investigating a site that was home to enslaved field workers in the early nineteenth century (Site 6)...
Monticello's Tea Room
Image credit: Thomas Jefferson Foundation/Laurence Bartone, Bartone Photography Copyright © Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc.
Jefferson and the Early Diplomatic Corps The recent controversy over release of U.S. diplomatic cables via Wikileaks got us thinking about how Jefferson, the U.S.'s first Secretary of State under the Constitution, and his successors communicated with their ambassadors and consuls abroad. Luckily,...
Technical Reports The Elizabeth Hemings Site . Excavations in 1995 and 1996 at the site where Elizabeth Hemings, matriarch of Monticello's famous Hemings family, lived during the decade before her death in 1807.
Archaeology of Chesapeake Slavery and Landscape Anthropology 5589 6 credits Six week session: June 6 - July 15, 2016 Monticello's Department of Archaeology and the University of Virginia are pleased to offer a six-week archaeological field school at Monticello from June 6 through July 15, 2016. The...

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