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By combining radiocarbon dating calibrated via dendrochronology from southern Germany, Ireland and North America, along with computer-intensive statistics, the Cornell team was able to establish a tree-ring record that spanned several hundred years. They pegged the construction of the lower and upper tanks at 1444 and 1432 BCE, respectively; and they determined the finished structure was in use...
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In the largest study of north-western Arabia’s mustatil to date, archaeologists have recorded more than 1,000 of the enigmatic rectangular structures across 200,000km2 of land, shedding light on one of the oldest widespread monument-building traditions. These prehistoric structures take their name from the Arabic word for ‘rectangle’, and while they were first recorded in the 1970s, the recent...
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For three decades, Archaeology Southwest has practiced a holistic, conservation-based approach to exploring the places of the past. We call this Preservation Archaeology. By exploring what makes a place special, sharing this knowledge in innovative ways, and enacting flexible site protection...
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The Biblical Archaeology Society publishes Biblical Archaeology Review and educates the public about archaeology and the Bible through books, videos, and tours. Do you read your print copy of Biblical Archaeology Review (BAR) and find yourself wanting to continue your learning by exploring the...
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Shoes, a railroad lantern, and a message in a bottle from 1913 are just some of the pieces of history unearthed in the old depot. See photos of what's been discovered here:. A pair of skeletons unearthed in the region decades ago tell a fascinating story of two tiny prehistoric women who likely...
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Follow online as ancient civilizations are unearthed. Archaeological Institute of America brings the excavations to you! Get full access to frequently updated field notes, Q&A with archaeologists, video, student journals, and more! Follow excavations at the Black Friary, the site of a 13th century, late medieval, Dominican Friary in the town of Trim in the Boyne River Valley. Follow excavation...
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The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) is North America's oldest and largest organization devoted to the world of archaeology. The AJA, one of the world's most respected journals devoted to Mediterranean archaeology, has set the standard for archaeological scholarship since 1885. The July 2021 issue brings readers articles about Minoan gold artifacts, two terracotta balls likely used for...
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We are in the process of hearing back from the dig directors about their plans for the 2021 dig season. Keep an eye on this space for updates. Participating on an archaeological excavation is a unique and exciting way to experience history firsthand. For almost four decades, BAS has been connecting volunteers with the opportunity to participate in some of the most exciting archaeological...
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The AJA, a publication of the Archaeological Institute of America, is one of the world's most distinguished and widely distributed classical archaeology journals. Ancient Lachish (Tell ed-Duweir) in southern Israel is a key site for understanding the Canaanite cultures of the Middle and Late Bronze Ages and the Kingdom of Judah in the Iron Age of the Levant. It has been intensively excavated...
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HeritageDaily is a leading publisher of archaeology news and several scientific disciplines. HeritageDaily is an independent publisher of the latest scientific discoveries, research, and travel news. First launched as a small archaeology blog in 2011, the platform has grown into a general science publisher with a focus on archaeology, anthropology, palaeoanthropology, and palaeontology....
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Ancient American describes the true prehistory of America's continent, regardless of presently fashionable belief-systems, and provide a public forum for certified experts and non-professionals alike to freely express their views without fear nor favor. Ancient American Digitally Available in PDF! The complete Ancient American library is now available for download digitally in PDFs. From our...
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Current Publishing is an independently owned magazine publishing company based in London that focuses on the heritage sector. It was founded in 1967, and our specialist titles are well-respected in their fields. Our team of dedicated writers live and breathe their subjects, which they turn into illuminating features easily understandable by the general public. As such, we are fortunate to have...
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A Summary of the Past Presidents’ Student Reception on Careers in Community Engagement Society for Historical Archaeology 2021 Virtual Conference By Bill Lees, Della Scott-Ireton, and Sara Ayers-Rigsby During the Society for Historical Archaeology’s (SHA) 2021 Virtual Conference, the SHA held six “virtual” Past Presidents’ Student. Welcome to sha.org, the official website of the Society for...
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The Archaeological Society of Ohio (ASO), founded in 1941, is the oldest and largest archaeological society in the United States. The Society was organized to discover and conserve archaeological sites and material in Ohio; to seek and promote a better understanding among students and collectors of archaeological material, both professional and non-professional; and to disseminate knowledge on...
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The 1939 Poulaphuca Survey of the lands flooded by the Liffey Reservoir SchemeFor many visitors to t.. more €35.00. The Early Years of Northern Ireland, 1920–1925.On the eve of the centenary of the foundation of the .. more €25.00. The archaeology of the Black Pig's Dyke, Co. MonaghanThis richly illustrated book offers a fresh per.. more €30.00. Over the past number of years there has been an...
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Ancient Greece Ancient Rome Ancient Thrace Ancient Thracians Antiquity archaeologist Black Sea Black Sea coast Byzantine Empire Byzantium ceramic vessels coin coins cultural tourism Danube Danube River early Christians excavations First Bulgarian Empire fortress fortress wall gold Late Antiquity Middle Ages Ministry of Culture National Institute and Museum of Archaeology National Museum of...
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We have come to know him as a picker... a finder and rescuer of objects. But Mike Wolfe is saving much more than objects. His passion is fueled by a soul-deep appreciation of America’s history, values, stories. Those are the treasures he seeks... in rusted, worn, no-longer-perfect things. In two-lane roads that lead over a rise and then who knows where. In small towns, crumbling buildings,...
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Welcome to R. Joe's ShovelBums.orgYour Adventure in Archaeology Starts Here! ShovelBums is the worlds largest provider of Archaeology, Academic, and C... My mom, who find herself quite clever, came up with the term in the 80's when I was describing to her what it was like being on the road doing "contract" archaeology back in the day. The term "can" be pejorative if used by someone who is not...
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The Wyoming Archaeological Society and the Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists Wyoming Archaeology website offers archaeology news and event info. Welcome to Wyoming Archaeology. This website is a partnership between the Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists (WAPA) and the Wyoming Archaeological Society (WAS). Our goal is to provide for the dissemination of current...
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