On July 9 -10, 2016 the Houston Archaeological Society had twenty four volunteers at their Cotton Field Dig. The footage seen here was shot on Sunday July 10th, using a GoPro Hero 4 Silver. With over three years of evacuation at the site, you can see the units are getting deeper and deeper. The team is lead by Dr. Jason Barrett, who will write up the final analysis of the field work. An exciting development was when ‘mysterious rock formations were found throughout multiple units and at different layers.
If you would like to learn about archaeology by getting your hands dirty at a live dig, contact the Houston Archaeological Society to learn about their ongoing digs, and monthly meetings.
Videography by Daniel Scott Arnauld