St. Louis Community College
Florissant Valley
MAYA
Expedition

Web Archaeology Project * March 9-16, 2002
http://www.eskimo.com/~zylyn/photos/chich2.jpg http://www.eskimo.com/~zylyn/photos/itza13.jpg http://www.eskimo.com/~zylyn/photos/itza8.jpg http://www.eskimo.com/~zylyn/photos/itza29.jpg
Organized by Prof. Michael Fuller & Neathery Fuller (Anthropology & Humanities Depts. at SLCC)
A Web Archaeology project organized for elementary and middle school students.
Open to public, private, church and home school students.
Ask questions. View "fresh" daily digital images. Relevant links

Cost is 0 (zero, free, nada) - REQUIRED is a password...
Use the password to enter... http://blackboard.stlcc.edu/index.html
Who can give me a password? Mr. Anthony Foster
Anthony's email is afoster@stlcc.edu Michael's email is MFuller@artsci.wustl.edu

This is a study tour focusing on the ancient Maya heritage. It is led by two experienced field archaeologists. They will share important insights into Maya religion, history, and art. They will also be offering insights about the rainforest and marine reef ecologies of the Caribbean Basin.
11 March (Mon): Students log onto the Web page, read the crew reports, and email their questions.. Archaeologists spend the day exploring George Town, Grand Cayman.

12 March (Tues.): Students log onto the Web page, read the crew reports, and email their questions.. Archaeologists spend the day exploring Roatan Islands, Hondorus.

13 March (Wed): Students log onto the Web page, read the crew reports, and email their questions.. Archaeologists spend the day exploring Lamanai in Belise.

14 March (Thurs) : Students log onto the Web page, read the crew reports, and email their questions.. Archaeologists spend the day exploring the ruins of Chichen Itza

15 March (Fri.) : Students log onto the Web page, read the crew reports, and email their questions.. Archaeologists spend the Full day at sea..... analyzing their discoveries

18 March (Mon.): Students log onto the Web page, read the crew reports, and email their questions.. Archaeologists get back to teaching Spring Semester classes....

The expedition includes Amira Fuller (7 years old). She has climbed inside the pyramids of Egypt, ridden camels in Morocco, and explored painted caves in Spain. Don't suggest that she pet any stray animals or she will give you a karate chop because she is a green belt! She will write a daily report for young kids. ......Other crew members include her two "dirt archaeologists" parents, two retired teachers, an active teacher, and several college students.





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