General Meeting, March 16, 2019

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Doors open at 12 noon with refreshments. Meeting begins at 1:00 pm. Topic: “Connellee Peak (41MY5): A Geographically Aberrant Middle Ceramic Period Mesa Top Community in Motley County, Texas” Speaker: Dr. Christopher Lintz, Research Associate, Texas State University Abstract: The Connellee Peak site is a small mesa top occupation located … Read More

HCAA General Meeting, January 19, 2019

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***P.A. System NOW at Meetings!*** Doors open at 12:30 pm with refreshments. Meeting begins at 1:00 pm. Topic: “Constructing Power in the Preclassic Maya: Monumental Architecture and Sociopolitical Inequality at Early Xunantunich, Belize” Speaker: Zoe Rawski, Anthropologist, UTSA Abstract:  This research focuses on the origins of sociopolitical inequality and, eventually, … Read More

HCAA General Meeting, November 17, 2018

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***P.A. System NOW at Meetings!*** Doors open at 12 noon with refreshments. Lecture begins at 1:00 pm. This Meeting Will Review Our HCAA Site Work: Title: Part 1: Kemosabe: A Rich Multi-Component Site Along The Guadalupe River, Kerr County – Over 7,000 Years Of Archeology Speaker: Steve Stoutamire, Retired Geologist, MS … Read More

COMMUNITY NEWS – STAA Quarterly Meeting, UTSA, January 28, 2018

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The STAA Quarterly Meeting will be held on Saturday, January 27, 2018, at the University of Texas at San Antonio located at 15 Paseo Principal, San Antonio, Texas. The meeting will be held in the Travis Room in the H-E-B University Center South Building. Dr. Thomas R. Hester will present … Read More

HCAA General Meeting, September 15, 2018

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***P.A. System NOW at Meetings!*** Doors open at 12:30 pm with refreshments. Lecture begins at 1:00 pm. Title: “Sorting the Fragments: Osteological Research of Hellenistic to Early Christian Tombs in Cyprus” Speaker: Dr. Nick Herrmann, Associate Professor, Anthropology Dept, Texas State University Place: Riverside Nature Center – 150 Francisco Lemos, Kerrville, Texas 78028 Abstract: The … Read More

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