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        Archaeology | Georgia Stories

        The word “archaeologist” may conjure up the image of Indiana Jones in romantic, faraway places, but the most exciting archaeological discoveries are under our feet right in our Georgia backyard. Archaeologist John Worth of the Fernbank Museum of Natural History takes us on a dig at Raccoon Ridge near Madison, in Morgan County. Worth’s work is closer to another fictional character, Sherlock Holmes, as he combs through the dirt, mud, and scum to uncover the tiniest artifacts in order to understand how the earliest Georgians lived.

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