26 results found for: stoneware

Chinese Porcelain

Material – Porcelain Place of Origin – China Date – 14th-17th century Location – Archaearium, Collections For centuries manufactured in China, porcelain first entered Europe in […]

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Spindle Whorl

Object number – 04794-JR Material – Stoneware: Raeren Stoneware Place of Origin – Raeren, Belgium Date – Unknown Context – Confederate Fort Location – Archaearium Category […]

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Bartmann Jugs

Object number – Various Material – Stoneware: Frechen Stoneware Place of Origin – Germany Date – 16th-18th century Context – First Well Location – Archaearium Category […]

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May 2019

Jamestown Rediscovery archaeologists spent most of May excavating in the area around the entrance gate to assist with the monument’s restoration and surrounding landscaping. Donated by […]

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October 2018

 As the excavations in the 1906 Memorial Church began to wind down, Jamestown Rediscovery archaeologists devoted the last couple of weeks to investigating a back-filled […]

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February 2018

When Rediscovery archaeologists began excavating in the east end of the 1907 Memorial Church in the fall of 2016, they uncovered an unexpected assortment of artifacts […]

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August 2017

For the past few years between Memorial Day and Labor Day, Jamestown Rediscovery’s seasonal archaeologists have worked on weekends. All are former students in Rediscovery’s summer […]

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December 2016

Periodically and weather permitting, the Jamestown Rediscovery archaeological staff is continuing field work during the winter months. Our primary focus is to expand excavations in the […]

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Large Post Building

Identifying Structure 184 The remains of a post-in-ground building, dated to the Fort Period (ca. 1607-1624), were found towards the western corner of James Fort. Six […]

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October 2014

 A corner may be emerging in the large pit feature found just northeast of the 1608 James Fort extension, but there is not yet a […]

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September 2014

 The button from a doublet jacket of the type Captain John Smith wore in his portrait. A copper alloy finger ring with the remains of […]

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June 2012

 This summer eight different 10-by-10 foot units will be opened just south of the 1907 Memorial Church. In June the 2012 Field School students began […]

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