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Daily archaeological news and exclusive online features, plus articles from the current issue and back issues. (c) 2018 Archaeology Magazine, a Publication of the Archaeological Institute of America. A publication of the Archaeological Institute of America. Smoking and Oral Health Studied in Irish Famine Victims.
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The Maya Research Program is a US based 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation that sponsors archaeological and ethnographic work in Middle America. Participate in one of our archaeological projects, help us conserve archaeological sites in Belize, live in a Maya village, or tour the Maya world with our researchers as we explore the spectacular and breathtaking world of the ancient and modern Maya....
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The millennia-long story of a Croatian cave Magnificent Vela Spila overlooks the town of Vela Luka, which spreads around an L-shaped bay on the island of Korčula on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. The imposing cavern yawns to accept the visitor down into its depths, where archaeologists from the...
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Thanks to an AIA Society Outreach Grant, 11th grade students visited Brock University for a campus tour and an event at the Department of Classics. The AIA-Riverside Society hosted the event on International Archaeology Day at the Hidden Valley Nature Center. The Archaeological Institute of...
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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...
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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. Digging the Lost...
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Debbie Frearson is the Community Archeology Training Officer for the CBA, she is also an Assistant Branch Leader for Leicestershire YAC. Debbie has a Masters in Archaeology, she is part of the Hallaton Field Workers group and Chair of the Rutland Local History and Record Society. Ask the Archaeologist: How did ancient people make things out of metal? Have you found any archeological clues? Is...
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ABR fulfills its mission through memberships and generous donations from our supporters. Join us in our mission! No matter what your level of interest - from keeping abreast of the fascinating research that comes out of the field work, to actively participating in an archeological dig - you can become an integral part of our ministry. Support ABR. Bible and Spade is our non-technical, quarterly...
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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. Current understandings of the archaeology of second-millennium B.C.E. central western Anatolia are enriched by ongoing research at Kaymakçı, located in the Marmara Lake basin of the middle Gediz River valley in western Turkey....
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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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Or you can buy single copies of the latest issue or purchase our high quality binders. All sales and subscriptions are handled by our publishing partner Wordwell, so clicking the links above will transfer you to the Wordwell website. Wordwell, the publishers of Archaeology Ireland, have partnered with digital publishing experts Exact Editions to deliver this digital offering to subscribers....
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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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INA is pleased to announce a brand new funding opportunity made possible by a recent donation from a very generous family of INA supporters. The INA Discovery Fund has been established to provide > READ MORE. Learn more about the latest archival research regarding Denbigh, the American Civil War blockade runner found of the coast of Texas and excavated by INA Research Associate Barto Arnold!...
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The Society for California Archaeology is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization dedicated to research, understanding, interpretation and conservation of the heritage of California and the regions that surround and pertain to it. Click here to read the entire Mission Statement. Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, Boats & RVs! The SCA has teamed up with Car Donations Services, Inc. to...
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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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“The waters around you have grown” – Bob Dylan By A. Michael Pappalardo, RPA Archaeologist, AKRF, Inc. This blog post provides a summary of two current Hurricane Sandy-related coastal resiliency efforts we are completing in the highly urbanized environment of New York City. They both involve the range of methods typically used to identify. Welcome to sha.org, the official website of the Society...
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Archaeology is the scientific study of past human lives and activities. Archaeology is discovered with the analysis of archaeological museums and memorials. Archaeology is the scientific study of past human lives and activities through material objects. There are many great men and women archaeologists that have contributed significantly to the field of archaeology. This page provides a short...
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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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