Research team to take fresh look at delicate artifacts

Research team to take fresh look at delicate artifacts

This undated image provided by the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico shows a sandal (Catalogue No. 2009.46.1) excavated decades ago from the Guadalupe Mountains. Researchers will be taking a new look at numerous perishable artifacts that include sandals and baskets to learn more about the people who once inhabited the region. (Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, The University of New Mexico via AP)
This undated image provided by the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico shows a finely woven sandal (Catalogue No. 36.29.3) excavated decades ago from the Guadalupe Mountains. Researchers will be taking a new look at numerous perishable artifacts that include sandals and baskets to learn more about the people who once inhabited the region. (Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, The University of New Mexico via AP)
This undated image provided by the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico shows a sandal (Catalogue No. 70.60.44) excavated decades ago from the Guadalupe Mountains. Researchers will be taking a new look at numerous perishable artifacts that include sandals and baskets to learn more about the people who once inhabited the region. (Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, The University of New Mexico via AP)
This Nov. 19, 2019 image provided by the University of New Mexico shows Alexander Kurota, left, and Robert Dello-Russo of the Office of Contract Archaeology at the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The principal investigators are leading a research team that has been awarded federal funding to analyze perishable artifacts in an effort to better understand early inhabitants of southeastern New Mexico and West Texas. (University of New Mexico via AP)

Research team to take fresh look at delicate artifacts

This undated image provided by the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico shows a sandal (Catalogue No. 2009.46.1) excavated decades ago from the Guadalupe Mountains. Researchers will be taking a new look at numerous perishable artifacts that include sandals and baskets to learn more about the people who once inhabited the region. (Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, The University of New Mexico via AP)
This undated image provided by the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico shows a finely woven sandal (Catalogue No. 36.29.3) excavated decades ago from the Guadalupe Mountains. Researchers will be taking a new look at numerous perishable artifacts that include sandals and baskets to learn more about the people who once inhabited the region. (Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, The University of New Mexico via AP)
This undated image provided by the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico shows a sandal (Catalogue No. 70.60.44) excavated decades ago from the Guadalupe Mountains. Researchers will be taking a new look at numerous perishable artifacts that include sandals and baskets to learn more about the people who once inhabited the region. (Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, The University of New Mexico via AP)
This Nov. 19, 2019 image provided by the University of New Mexico shows Alexander Kurota, left, and Robert Dello-Russo of the Office of Contract Archaeology at the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The principal investigators are leading a research team that has been awarded federal funding to analyze perishable artifacts in an effort to better understand early inhabitants of southeastern New Mexico and West Texas. (University of New Mexico via AP)
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