Mount Ararat 2011 Archaeological Studies 2
Sep 21, 2011Public
Photo: 8x8 ft Excavation Square digging is going too slow so we recommended to Senior Archaeologicst Dr. Randall Price that we lower the Excavation Square size to 5x5 ft, which Dr. Price agrees with so Rex Geissler uses the Datum Point in the Northeast Corner, Center Point, and the Isoscoles Right Triangle formula again to find the location of the four Corners to make the five-foot-sides on the Compass Directions again of North, South, East, and West.
Photo: 8x8 ft Excavation Square digging is going too slow so we recommended to Senior Archaeologicst Dr. Randall Price that we lower the Excavation Square size to 5x5 ft, which Dr. Price agrees with so Rex Geissler uses the Datum Point in the Northeast Corner, Center Point, and the Isoscoles Right Triangle formula again to find the location of the four Corners to make the five-foot-sides on the Compass Directions again of North, South, East, and West.
Photo: Northeast corner showing the original Datum Point with the stake that Rex placed. 8x8 ft Excavation Square digging is going too slow so we recommended to Senior Archaeologicst Dr. Randall Price that we lower the Excavation Square size to 5x5 ft, which Dr. Price agrees with so Rex Geissler uses the Datum Point in the Northeast Corner, Center Point, and the Isoscoles Right Triangle formula again to find the location of the four Corners to make the five-foot-sides on the Compass Directions again of North, South, East, and West.
Photo: Northeast corner showing the original Datum Point with the stake that Rex placed. 8x8 ft Excavation Square digging is going too slow so we recommended to Senior Archaeologicst Dr. Randall Price that we lower the Excavation Square size to 5x5 ft, which Dr. Price agrees with so Rex Geissler uses the Datum Point in the Northeast Corner, Center Point, and the Isoscoles Right Triangle formula again to find the location of the four Corners to make the five-foot-sides on the Compass Directions again of North, South, East, and West.
Photo: Northeast corner showing the original Datum Point with the stake that Rex placed. 8x8 ft Excavation Square digging is going too slow so we recommended to Senior Archaeologicst Dr. Randall Price that we lower the Excavation Square size to 5x5 ft, which Dr. Price agrees with so Rex Geissler uses the Datum Point in the Northeast Corner, Center Point, and the Isoscoles Right Triangle formula again to find the location of the four Corners to make the five-foot-sides on the Compass Directions again of North, South, East, and West.
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Photo: Space Tent after another nightly snow storm
Photo: Space Tent after another nightly snow storm
Photo: Brent Douglas and Rex Geissler visit Twin Peaks, which gives Brent a great view and good stretch for his legs coming back up to the campsite
Photo: Black Glacier in Ahora Gorge
Photo: Abich II Glacier
Photo: Abich II Glacier in Ahora Gorge
Photo: Abich II Glacier in Ahora Gorge
Photo: Abich II Glacier in Ahora Gorge
Photo: Abich II Glacier in Ahora Gorge
Photo: Abich II Glacier in Ahora Gorge
Photo: Iğdir, Ararat Plain and Aras River valley from Twin Peaks
Photo: Iğdir, Ararat Plain and Aras River valley from Twin Peaks
Photo: Iğdir, Ararat Plain and Aras River valley from Twin Peaks
Photo: Iğdir, Ararat Plain and Aras River valley from Twin Peaks
Photo: Yenidoğan village (Ahora) at 5,544 ft elevation from the edge of Eastern Plateau at 16,700 ft elevation, over an 11,000 feet elevation difference
Photo: Yenidoğan village (Ahora) at 5,544 ft elevation from the edge of Eastern Plateau at 16,700 ft elevation, over an 11,000 feet elevation difference
Photo: Brent Douglas on the very edge of the Ahora Gorge
Photo: Brent Douglas on the very edge of the Ahora Gorge