NYC Archaeology: Photos of City Hall Artifacts

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NYC Artifacts

Credit: City of New York
Archaeologists excavated a site at New York's City Hall in 2010, unearthing dozens of artifacts, some of them more than 200 years old. The objects are…Read More »

destined for a brand new archaeological repository set up by the city's Landmarks Preservation Commission in the spring of 2014. Shown here is a utilitarian jug, akin to modern Tupperware, found at the site.   Less «
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