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        Historic Archaeology at Ashland: Artifacts in a Privy

        In this video segment from Historic Archaeology: Beneath Kentucky’s Field and Streets, Dr. Kim McBride discusses the discovery and analysis of the artifacts archaeologists found during an archaeological survey at Ashland, the estate of politician, farmer, and horse breeder Henry Clay in Lexington, Kentucky.  Filled with thousands of artifacts, it was remarkable for the number and variety of ceramic vessels it produced: more than 900 in all. Video produced by the Kentucky Heritage Council and the Kentucky Archaeological Survey.

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