Re: [Archaeology] New member
- Hi Bonnie, and welcome. Archaeolgy ties into DNA in this day in age, and with it comes the findings such Ergolding by Vanek et al in finding Merovingian DNA from a site in Bavaria which he confirmed to me in various emails. Its the archaeology that is so important which enables DNA to follow through.
Oh, Beauchamp is a unique name that appears on my DNA matches from France, if you would like to share more on this topic you can simply email me. Cheers!
--- On Thu, 5/3/12, Bonnie Beauchamp <beauchamp_bonnie@...> wrote:
From: Bonnie Beauchamp <beauchamp_bonnie@...>
Subject: [Archaeology] New member
Received: Thursday, May 3, 2012, 4:39 PM
Thanks for creating this site. I am an amateur ( very) archaeologist. My work has allowed me to travel to various sites. I've also read a good bit. I speak French at an advanced level. I speak some Italian as well. I began visiting Roman ruins in France and Italy shortly after graduation. I recently became interested in very early civilization after visiting Southwest France in the Dordogne region. I apologize for brevity. I'm a flight attendant typing on my Android.
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most states have state cert. programs though Archaeological Societies they cheap and a good way to get credit and invations to more sites,