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24
Apr
Archaeological Society to explore Prehistoric Sinagua Agricultural Features and Water Harvesting Techniques of the ...
The next monthly meeting of the Verde Valley Chapter of the Arizona Archaeological Society will be Thursday, April 27, in the Community Room of the Sedona Public Library in West Sedona, 3250 White Bear Road, Sedona, at 7 pm. The evening's program ...

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24
Apr
New Thoughts on England's White Horse Geoglyph
SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND--According to a report in the International Business Times, archaeologist Joshua Pollard of the University of Southampton thinks the Uffington White Horse, a prehistoric geoglyph, is not a symbol of ownership, as has been ...

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24
Apr
Gold Jewelry Repatriated to Cambodia
She explained that it is not known how the artifacts left the country, but authorities expect is was during Cambodia's long civil war. "This artistic style is Khmer--there are no other countries that made items like this," she said. To read more about ...

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24
Apr
AIA Awards Excavation Grants to Projects in Guatemala and Italy
The AIA awarded the Cotsen Excavation Grant for first-time project directors to Jessica L. Munson, Assistant Professor of Latin American Archaeology at Lycoming College in Pennsylvania and Director of the Altar de Sacrificios Archaeological Project ...

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16
Apr
Archaeology club cooks prehistoric feast
Texas State students are given the opportunity to explore the cultural habits of prehistoric civilizations through the Experimental Archaeology Club. The Experimental Archaeology Club is a group of primarily anthropology students seeking to test the ...

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22
Oct
The 7th Annual AIA
On October 18 and 19, 2013, the AIA teamed up with the Museum of Science, Boston to host our 7th Annual AIA-MOS Archaeology Fair. This two-day event brings together institutions and organizations from around New England who share the AIA's mission ...

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22
Oct
A glimpse into Mexico's past
Excavations near the National Museum of Interventions in Coyoacan on the outskirts of Mexico City, have revealed a rich depth of history from Aztec and colonial archaeology right up to the battle that took place there during the American invasion in 1847.

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14
Nov
A lost civilisation: 3000
The Italian Archaeological Mission on Wednesday discovered an ancient cemetery dating back thousands of years at Odigram, Swat ‚EUR" a site experts believe was built between 1500 BC to 500 BC. The site was home to unique ancient graves, pottery, ...

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10
Apr
Tools of archaeology used to excavate Mexico mammoth
This handout photo taken on April 4, 2013 and released on April 9, 2013 by the Mexican National Anthropology and History Institute shows paleontologists and archaeologists at the site where the remains of a mammoth were found in Santa Ana Tlacotenco, ...
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14
Nov
A lost civilisation: 3000
The Italian Archaeological Mission on Wednesday discovered an ancient cemetery dating back thousands of years at Odigram, Swat ‚EUR" a site experts believe was built between 1500 BC to 500 BC. The site was home to unique ancient graves, pottery, ...

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14
Nov
Renowned archaeologist talks Egyptian sarcophagi
The Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology is co-hosting the seventh annual William J. Murnane Memorial Lecture with the Department of History and the Tennessee Chapter of the American Research Center in Egypt. Brock worked for many years in the ...

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14
Nov
Hunting or climate change? Megafauna extinction debate narrows
The main reason is that many Australian archaeologists reject overkill. They have looked for direct evidence that people killed megafauna, and they haven't found it. No great piles of bones around ancient campsites; no diprotodon skeletons with spears ...

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