The museum is offering free public tours and excavation opportunities with professional archaeologists between June 20 and 27 and July 5 to Koons and her team will continue excavating a little piece of land on Magic Mountain, hopeful that, buried beneath the surface, are clues about who lived here and how long ago. The museum began excavating the site in , and said it focused on areas identified in geophysical surveys.
The research team is working to understand mobility patterns, seasonal use, and site activities during the early Ceramic Period CE. The evidence will go back to the museum, where it will be cleaned, sorted, catalogued and analyzed.
Reservations for the free tours and excavation opportunities are available first come, first served at Denver Museum of Nature and Science's website. Would you like to receive local news notifications on your desktop?
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