March 2017 09

  • Thursday
    7:00 PM
    Preserving and Interpreting Ohio’s Petroglyphs
    Preserving and Interpreting Ohio’s Petroglyphs

    The Flint Ridge Chapter of the Archaeological Society of Ohio welcomes John Soderberg, assistant professor of anthropology and sociology at Denison, presenting “How useful are 3D models for preserving and interpreting Ohio’s petroglyphs?”

    New technologies create possibilities for creating extraordinarily detailed 3D images of archaeological remains. This talk will investigate what we can learn from 3D models of two petroglyph sites in Ohio.

    The lecture will take place at Heritage Hall, 1058 East Main Street, Newark, Ohio.

    Address: Heritage Hall, Heritage Hall, 1058 East Main Street, Newark, OH 43055
    Open to Public: Yes
    Sponsored By: Department of Anthropology & Sociology
    Price/Tickets: FREE
    Event Contact: Nancy Welu, 740-587-6211
    Tags: Sciences