Thu, Apr 14|
Lecture: Dietary Patterns at Two Colonial Sites in Southern Maryland
Abigail Kennedy, a student at UMBC, will compare dietary data from two Calvert County Sites - Patuxent Point a late 17th century site and the Roberts Site, an early 18th century site -- to gain an understanding of colonial dietary practices along the Patuxent river in the early Colonial period.
Time & Location
Apr 14, 7:00 PM
About The Event
Patuxent Point (18CV271) in Calvert County, Maryland is a late 17th-century site located at the confluence of the Patuxent and Potomac Rivers. The Roberts Site (18CV350), also in Calvert County, is an early 18th-century inland site on the Patuxent River. Abigail will compare dietary data from two features at the Patuxent Point Site to previously analyzed dietary data recovered from the Roberts Site to gain an understanding of colonial dietary practices along the Patuxent River in the early Colonial period. Dietary data includes faunal, floral, and vessel remains. Free event. Zoom Meeting - the link to the meeting will be sent to CCASM members. Others who would like to attend please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org