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Anthropology's Alana Cordy-Collins Presents 'Neolithic Orkney'
|Event Start Date||Tuesday, September 25, 2012|
Serra Hall, Room 214-B
|Event Start Time||7:30 pm|
Alana Cordy-Collins, PhD, professor in Anthropology, conducted research this summer throughout the whole of Scotland, UK. Her research primarilly focused on "Scotland's Stone Circles and Standing Stones."
You are cordially invited to join members of the San Diego County Archaeology Society in attending this powerpoint lecture titled "Neolithic Orkney." The event begins at 7:30 p.m. and will be held in Serra Hall, Room 214-B.
There will also be a short presentation about the David W. May Collection exhibit prior to the program.
|Contact||Alana Cordy-Collins | firstname.lastname@example.org | (619) 260-4725|