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Subject: Re: Iceman story Date: 2/9/2003 8:30 PM
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The link to archeology with radiology was one reason why I changed careers. I figured that as I evolved in my training I could get more involved with digs and other activities based, in part, upon my detailed knowledge of human anatomy and the radiology research.

I'm always keeping my eyes and ears open for opportunities that work with my schedule.

A book you might enjoy reading is "Time Detectives" by Brian Fagan. It's about the interdisciplinary nature of archaeology. Each chapter details some dig, and explains how experts in fields other than archaeology helped put the pieces together. It's a great book.

BTW, a few chapters in this book dispel the myth of the "noble savage" and prehistoric man being ecologically sensitive.

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