14th Annual UBC Archaeology Day – “Foundations on Running Water: The Archaeology of Settlement and Water”

All human settlements require water for drinking, making things, for religious/spiritual purposes, and for transportation. However, water is far from a passive actor in this relationship, often pushing back with floods, hiding during droughts, and sometimes acting in cooperation. At the same time, the needs and wants of the human cultures that interacted with water changed over time.

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