Tagged as Archaeology

Anne Arundel County has a very active archaeology program and community working to unearth important and forgotten history. The Lost Towns Project received a Heritage Fund grant to help share their work in two short documentary-style videos.

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With the completion of the public period comment in 2017, advocates anticipate that Maryland’s Mallows Bay, the location of a WWI-era ghost fleet of ships, may be announced as a National Marine Sanctuary within the next two years.

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One-third of archaeological sites in Anne Arundel County are threatened by weather and other natural hazards. The Lost Towns Projects used a recent Heritage Fund grant to get the word out through a series of public videos, called “A Race Against Time: Maryland Archaeology and the Quest to Recover History.”

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When you think of archaeology, you may not think of new artifacts being found all the time here in Maryland. But according to our guest, Director of Archaeology for Anne Arundel County Stephanie Sperling, there may be things worth digging up in your backyard!

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