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Daily archaeological news and exclusive online features, plus articles from the current issue and back issues. (c) 2016 Archaeology Magazine, a Publication of the Archaeological Institute of America. East Africa’s Vegetation Changes Detected in Marine Sediments. A publication of the Archaeological Institute of America. Lead Sling Bullets May Have “Whistled” During Battle. Wet Weather May Have...
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Planned and narrated by an archaeologist from the original University of Pennsylvania Tikal Project, this app takes you on a historical journey into Tikal's jungle-shrouded past. Meet the divine kings and royal ladies who built the magnificent temples. Hear stories of camp life. A detailed map lays out a complete itinerary with text, audio and brilliant photos that transport you back in time....
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'"I've done some archaeological presenting on the BBC – it seemed a good idea because I’ve always had an interest in our ancestors and what they perhaps left behind. At the conclusion of the series I continued my interest, and I like to pick up British Archaeology because it offers so much...
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Late in the year the streets of modern Rome are visited by groups of strangely dressed men with soft felt hats and the impressive, not to say alarming, bagpipes (zampogna) traditionally associated with the shepherds of... In life, Bishop Peder Winstrup was a renowned theologian, chaplain to the...
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Dozens of archaeological digs throughout the Middle East and Europe are seeking volunteers this summer to help them excavate history. Whether you’re interested in the worlds of Kings David and Solomon, want to walk in the footsteps of Jesus and the apostles, or search for the heroes of the Trojan...
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Preservation50 is working to strengthen the national preservation movement and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act. AIA Trustee Sarah Parcak helped uncover evidence of a Norse settlement in North America using satellite imagery. Call to Societies to Participate in Celebration of 50th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act. AM Workshop:...
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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. Periodization is a fundamental exercise for archaeology and for historical studies in general, aimed primarily at clarity in communication. However, this exercise imposes particular modes of conceptualizing specific periods. An...
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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! The Achill Archaeological Field School is developing an understanding of the archaeology and history of Slievemore, the largest mountain on Achill Island, Ireland....
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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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Dr. Clyde Billington is currently an associate professor of ancient and medieval history at Northwestern College in St. Paul, MN where he has taught for more than ten years. Clyde has a B.R.E. Degree from Baptist Bible College of Pennsylvania, a B.A. Degree from the State University of New York at Binghampton, and M.A. and Ph.D. Degrees from the University of Iowa in ancient history. He is the...
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We would like to ask interested parties for submissions to be published in the magazine. Articles, images, news links etc, full credit will always be given. If interested in becoming a magazine author, to add links and articles directly, please feel free to contact me for these or any other matter. This magazine will be ran by the archaeological and metal detecting community for the...
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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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This site provides the best resources to make your archaeological exploration trip most successful. Ranging from shoes to make your journey on foot, to skies for enjoying the exploration in the ice, you can find everything on this site. Look for Archaeology magazine, Discover, Biblical Archaeology Review, Archaeology Odyssey Magazine, Kids Discover, and other archaeology magazines information...
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Welcome to sha.org, the official website of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Historical Archaeology is the study of the material remains of past societies that also left behind documentary and oral histories. This subfield of archaeology studies the emergence, transformation, and nature of the Modern World. Become a Member. Explore our vast library of SHA Publications, containing...
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Forbidden Archaeology News, Anomalous Artifacts, Archaeological Finds, - Forbidden Archaeology, Anomalous Artifacts, Michael Cremo. Stereosaurus found in Temple in Cambodia Did dinosaurs walk with man? Many ancient cultures show rock carvings, petroglyphs and figures of dinosaurs. Either they were much better at paleontology than anyone thought, or they actually saw dinosaurs. From rock...
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INA project Ship Biscuit & Salted Beef Research Project directed by Grace Tsai, was featured in an article by Matthew Braga titled “Solving the Nutritional Mystery of Historical Food at Sea” > READ MORE. Watch the launch of INA’s newest research vessel: Virazon II! While there is still much work left to do, the Virazon II is in the water. The official launch will take place this June. > READ...
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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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If you want to be an Archaeologist/Anthropologist there is one thing that is required no matter where you go. You have to have a field school. A field school will not only open your mind first hand to the wonders of archaeology and other cultures but it will also lay the ground work for building relationships that will span your whole career. Some of the people you meet during field school will...
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Passionate about archaeology? Check out our archaeological articles and resources, stay on top of breaking news and trade ideas with archaeologist Karen McCamy. Archaeology conjures up images of dark tunnels, musty tombs, and renegade treasure hunters barely escaping wild chases through tropical jungles…The stuff of Victorian novels and Hollywood imagination… But…archaeology IS real! Exciting...
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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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