UA Archaeologists

A variety of glass bottles used for food, drink, medicinal and other purposes are some of the artifacts found at the former City Fest lot being analyzed at the University of Alabama office of Archaeological Research (OAR) at the David L. Dejarnette Archaeological Research Lab Wednesday, June 26, 2013.  Project director Brandon Thompson and a team from UA's OAR spent two months investigating the site starting in January of this year. Thompson hopes some of the pieces will be put on display in the hotel planned to be built on the site where the artifacts were recovered. (AP Photo/Tuscaloosa News, Michelle Lepianka Carter)
A variety of glass bottles used for food, drink, medicinal and other purposes are some of the artifacts found at the former City Fest lot being analyzed at the University of Alabama office of Archaeological Research (OAR) at the David L. Dejarnette Archaeological Research Lab Wednesday, June 26, 2013. Project director Brandon Thompson and a team from UA's OAR spent two months investigating the site starting in January of this year. Thompson hopes some of the pieces will be put on display in the hotel planned to be built on the site where the artifacts were recovered. (AP Photo/Tuscaloosa News, Michelle Lepianka Carter)

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