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But her intellect, training, grasp of archaeology, meticulous research and writing skill produced the definitive Prehistory in Peril: The Worst and Best of Durango Archaeology in , admirers say. Forest Service team leader who was in charge of gathering mummified body parts and artifacts from the Falls Creek sites. The ancient Puebloan artifacts were scattered among private collections, museums and Mesa Verde National Park. Lister and her late husband, Robert, are well-known in archaeological circles.
Although she worked in his shadow for years, she produced groundbreaking work on her own. The Florence C. Lister Fellowship is awarded every other year, Varien said. Bob Lister was working on a University of Utah project in the mids, salvaging artifacts ahead of the construction of Glen Canyon Dam, which created Lake Powell, when the Sudanese government notified the couple that they could excavate 1 square mile on the bank of the Nile River that would be under water with the completion of Aswan High Dam. The parcel was on the west bank of the Nile about 15 miles into the Sudan.
The area sheltered artifacts that spanned 10, years, from the Neanderthals to the post-Christian period, Florence Lister said in an interview last week at her Mancos home. She lives in a house the couple built in It faces south, with a view of Mesa Verde National Park where the couple did research. Lister no longer sees well, and she uses a walker to get around.
But her mind is as keen as ever and she continues to work. The current project is to finish writing an article to clear up a controversy over an error in the reconstruction of the Grand Kiva at Aztec National Monument in New Mexico.
The piece will be included in a work on the archaeology of the lower Animas Valley to be published by the Santa Fe-based Society for American Archaeology. Florence Lister turned her knowledge of Mesa Verde ceramics into a world-recognized expertise on colorful Maiolica pottery from Spain and, later, Mexico. Jim Judge, who was hired by Bob Lister to do research at Crow Canyon and later became director of the project when Lister was hired as chief archaeology for the National Park Service, said her knowledge about Crow Canyon was invaluable.
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