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Pirates, Rebels, and Religion! - 17th C. Domestic Material Culture Symposium

Saturday July 12th 2014 10:30AM - 2:30 PM

Preservation Virginia’s Bacon’s Castle is honored to have a stellar line up of archaeologist from the east coasts coolest 17th century sites speaking at our second annual 17th Century Domestic Material Culture Symposium.

Underwater Archaeology on Black Beard’s Sunken Galley
'Queen Anne's Revenge' Recovered Galley Goods & Personal Gear from Blackbeard's crew, 1718"
Dr. Linda Carnes-McNaughton, RPA
Program Archaeologist/Curator
Fort Bragg CRMP

Artifacts from Bacon’s Rebellion in 1676 at Bacon’s Castle.
"Archaeology at Bacon's Castle, 1978 - 2013"
Nick Luccketti, MA, RPA
Principal Archaeologist & Partner
James River Institute for Archaeology, Inc.

Archaoelogy at St. Mary’s City, considered to be the birthplace of religious freedom in America
"Landscape, Material Culture, and the Struggle for Political Authority in Maryland: A New Look at the "Maryland Designe”
Dr. Julie King
Archaeologist/ Anthropology Professor
St. Mary's College of Maryland

Space is limited to the first 35 patrons. Early registration is only $40 per person and includes Symposium attendance and a gourmet bagged lunch. Late registration is between June 29th and July 9th, 2014 and is $50 per person. Click here for tickets!