Artisans of the Woodland
About Florida Archaeology Month
Do people move ideas or do ideas move people? To archaeologists, the Woodland Period in Florida, from 1000 BC to AD 1000, is identified and shaped by the results of widespread creativity, craft, and exchange. This movement of people, rituals, finely-made objects, and raw materials provides exciting evidence for people today to explore. This March 2016, help us celebrate these Artisans of the Woodland through the objects and places they created more than 1,000 years ago.
Download the 2016 Archaeology Month Poster
Every March, statewide programs and events celebrating Florida Archaeology Month are designed to encourage Floridians and visitors to learn more about the archaeology and history of the state, and to preserve these important parts of Florida's rich cultural heritage. Plan to attend some of the many events throughout Florida during March 2016. A full listing of events can be found on the events page linked at the top of the page. Information about local events can also be found on the Florida Anthropological Society (FAS) Website, and on local FAS chapter Websites that can be accessed from the main FAS Webpage
Florida Archaeology Month is coordinated by the Florida Anthropological Society, and supported by the Department of State, Division of Historical Resources. Additional sponsors for 2015 include the Florida Archaeological Council, Florida Public Archaeology Network, state and local museums, historical commissions, libraries, and public and private school systems. The 2015 poster is available through the local Florida Anthropological Society Chapters, and can also be acquired at your local Florida Public Archaeology Network center.
FAM 2016 Events
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