Archeologist Works at Kiln

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Mark Kenoyer at Kiln trying to reproduce various processes with materials available to the Harappans at the time.  He is trying to make arrow points and a hand mirror.  They also make cooking vessels in this kiln and use them to cook and then analyze ancient vs. modern to see if the food residue matches up.<br />
Jonathan Mark Kenoyer (born May 28, 1952, in Shillong, India) is an American archaeologist and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He earned his Bachelor of Arts, Master's, and Doctorate degrees at the University of California, Berkeley, finishing in 1983.<br />
Considered one of the world's leading experts on the Ancient Indus Valley Civilization, Dr. Kenoyer is involved in the development of a new center for its study in Gujarat, India, as part of the Global Heritage project. In addition to being a member of the American Anthropological Association, he has served as the president of the American Institute of Pakistan Studies since 2005. He is a fluent speaker of Urdu, Hindi, and Bengali.
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