Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Archaeologist's work may make case for 'Georgia martyrs'
The weathered skull in Chris Stojanowski's luggage passed through Atlanta's airport security without turning a single head.

As cold cases go, the cranium in his custom-made carry-on case was a classic. A long time ago, someone lost his head — this particular head — near present-day Darien, on the Georgia coast.
Now Stojanowski, a bioarchaeologist at Arizona State University's new School of Human Evolution and Social Change, wants to find out more about the brittle skull which, until recently, was gathering dust in a Georgia laboratory.

Good article.