Ararat Prehistoric Site Exhibits Lithic Figures Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Site Exhibits Unique Placement of Artifacts Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Ancient Wood Features Showing Impact Marks by Stone Tools Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Bone and Wood Artifacts Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Botanical Remains During Transition from Stone Age to Advent of Farming Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Site Exhibits Ceramic Vessels at Entrance of Structure Showing Veneration for Thousands of Years Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Evidence for the Domestication of the Chickpea Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Array of Ancient Stone Tools Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Non-Ceramic Containers Before the Invention of Pottery Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Widespread Use of Pitch Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Ancient Textiles and Cords Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Site Exhibits Possible Evidence for Metallurgy Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Few Bone Remains and Much Animal Dung Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ararat Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Advanced Carpentry Methods in Ancient Architecture Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Paleontological and archaeological survey and mitigation techniques.  Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Archaeology of Cult - Tel Haror.  Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Experimental Archaeology - Lithic Microwear Analysis.  Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Climate, Conquest, and Diet - Nessana.  Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Ethnoarchaeology - Animal Sacrifice Rituals.  Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Archaeology of Multi-Use Sites - Arzap.  Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Burial Practices and Cultural Beliefs – Nitzanim.  Paleontological Research Corporation More Button

Cultural and Structural Transitions - Mampsis.  Paleontological Research Corporation More Button











MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

Once you Join the Quest and become a member of the Paleontological Research Corporation, for $50.00 per year, you will acquire the following membership benefits:

*Access to comprehensive research, which is updated quarterly, on diverse aspects of origin theories, archaeological controversies, and paleontological debates.

*Maps of ancient catastrophes throughout the earth including meteor and comet impacts, volcanoes, glacial advances, desertification, anoxic oceans, and tsunamis, from the Paleozoic through the Cenozoic eras, which are revised quarterly.

*Maps of the global distribution of fossils, associated with each period of the Paleozoic through Cenozoic eras, which are renewed quarterly.

*Bibliographies of publications with quarterly revisions which discuss the locations of ancient plant and animal remains and catastrophic events throughout the globe.

*Summaries of the theories, arguments, and alleged evidence for the major positions concerning the origins of life and geological strata, human origins, age of the earth, global catastrophes, and other subjects.

*Links to websites, publications, and public lectures featuring all positions of the origins debate, updated quarterly.

*Library of Podcasts exhibiting lectures on a wide range of subjects related to origin theories, paleontology, and archaeology.

*Preferred placement in paleontological and archaeological surveys, excavations, and expeditions conducted by the Paleontological Research Corporation.

*Let us do the research for you. If our members cite the materials they acquire from the Paleontological Research Corporation and do not profit from these exhibits, they can download these SERVICES and utilize them in their own presentations and research.

Join the Quest and become a member of the Paleontological Research Corporation.