Emanuel Archaeologists in Sydney
Last week, the Year 9 Archaeology Jewish Studies class went to The Rocks to learn about its history and its archaeology. Through looking at various archaeological sites, features and artefacts, we discovered how archaeology can impact history and can allow us to discover useful pieces of information. We looked at the house of George Cribb, a 19th Century butcher, and analysed some of its artefacts.
Overall, this excursion was thoroughly enjoyable and allowed us to learn a lot about archaeology and about different sites and their significance.