Archeologists excavating the Alamo grounds have discovered more than 300 artifacts in the last few weeks, including bits of broken ceramic, bone buttons, and square nails from the 19th century and earlier. Last week, they announced the discovery of part of a Spanish colonial adobe wall. The work is part of a larger effort taken on by the General Land Office and the City of San Antonio to create a new master plan for the Alamo Complex. Heres a look at some of the artifacts they showed the public this week.
Photo credits: Texas General Land Office