FIELD DATES: August 2018
PROCESSING: July 2019
RESULT: Series of digital images
1. to kill and eat another animal, from Latin praedator “plunderer,” from praedari “to rob” (1862)
2. to have existed or happened before another thing, to antedate, to assign an earlier date (1857)
“place where things are lodged for safe-keeping,” 1750, from Medieval Latin depositorium, from deposit-, past-participle stem of Latin deponere. First known use as noun 1621, as verb in 1624.