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ORA COO R. Doyle Bowman presents research at the Technological Advances in Archaeology Session. You can watch the presentation, and other videos documenting our recent research on our YouTube page.
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September - October 2015
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ORA presents The Archaeology Workshop: Passport to the Past, will be hosted by Open Range Archaeology, LLC. (ORA) and in support of Project Archaeology for the State of Oklahoma inaugural celebration of Oklahoma Archaeology Month!
Saturday, October 10, 2015 | MOORE, OKLAHOMA
MOORE OLD SCHOOL OPEN RANGE ARCHAEOLOGY
Rear Lawn of Building Moore Old School
201 N. Broadway Street 201 N. Broadway Street, Suite 109
Moore, OK 73160 Moore, OK 73160
ORA is happy to announce that yet another member of our team has successfully defended her thesis, now it's official: Sonya D. Beach MA RPA! Congratulations
to Sonya! We are all very proud of her hard work and expect great things to come!
ORA is happy to announce that our CFO & Principal Investigator, Tom Gruber has successfully defended his dissertation and is now officially Dr. Thomas E. Gruber, PhD MA RPA! Tom has put in years of hard work on this research addressing some of the most pressing questions in Southwest American Prehistory. We are also happy to announce that another member of our staff, archaeologist Tommy Thompson, has successfully defended his thesis and has earned the title Thomas J. Thompson MA RPA. Tommy has been hard at work studying lithic material sources on the Southern Plains. Congratulations to Dr. Tom and Tommy, keep up the good work!
ORA presents research for "Drones in Archaeology" - Norman Transcript
Other Archived Stories:
ORA Staff to Present Research at the Society for American Archaeology
"IDENTIFYING WORKGROUPS IN CLASSIC MIMBRES VILLAGES (A.D. 1000-1150) IN SOUTHWESTERN NEW MEXICO"
This research examines the identification and transformation of social boundaries in the Mimbres Region using painted Classic Mimbres ceramics. Specifically, this work is about social boundaries and how people organize themselves during the production of material culture.
ORA Works to Unearth Oklahoma's History - Daily Oklahoman