One page in, and this thread is already about boob sizes. If this isn't success, I don't know what is.
Are you actually working as an archaeologist, or is tomb raiding one of your many engaging pastime activities? Either way, that's pretty awesome.
I'm archaeology student, but I'm finishing this faculty right now, and there are low chances that I be working as archaeologist. But since you have asked I'll post for you something cool the group, I was digging with, found inside of the church (St. Nicolas church in Gniew).
this is skull from seventeenth century I think (I'm not entirely sure, I haven't seen radiocarbon dates, but most things we have dig out were not younger than eighteenth century) This skull proves once and for all Brook having an afro is one of the most realistic things in One Piece (it actually is fairy popular for hair to preserve) on fun note here, friends who dug this gentleman out claim that he had hair down there too. Outside on graveyard I've been founding hair on skulls to, but it weren't preserved that well ( It was notorious to find braided hair near children skulls - lots of children's and babies' skeletons in there)
On less morbid note:
there was remains of food inside this pots - that's a pagan rite - inside of a church!! (that church was centuries old when the placed those pots inside of the burial under the main altar!!)
flower made of silk and wire, beautiful right?
silk band with flower pattern (we had some of this on graveyard too, but inside of church there were lots. Silk dresses, bands, flower ornaments, full attire made of wool, shoes… really cool stuff.
I usually don't deal with burials though. I'm more interested in every day life. I was twice on excavation sites with burial, one was the church & graveyard, the other early bronze age mound ( about 4 000 B. C., Western Ukraine - about 14 burials covered with red ochre, some some animal offerings one pot and for some strange reason paleolithic flint core, and remains of wooden construction, and whats even more strange nineteenth century bread stove - I mean who the heck build their house on ancient burial mound?).