Here are some links to archaeology-related organisations and websites useful for keeping up-to-date and involved. About Archaeology: A US based but wide-ranging newsletter and on-line guide to archaeology. Archaeology In Europe: A website from historian David Beard with useful information and links, and an emphasis on active involvement in ...
The American Journal of Archaeology (ISSN 0002-9114; E-ISSN 1939-828X), the journal of the Archaeological Institute of America, was founded in 1885 and is one of the world’s most distinguished and widely distributed peer-reviewed archaeological journals.
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Dec 17, 2022 · Here are 10 Best UK Archaeology Blogs you should follow in 2023. 1. Ancient Origins. News and articles relating to ancient human origins, archaeology, anthropology, scientific mysteries, sacred writings, ancient places and more. Also in Archaeology Blogs. ancient-origins.net.
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Jan 25, 2023 · The Arizona Archaeological & Historical Society (AAHS) was founded in 1916 by Dean Byron Cummings. The Society encourages scholarly pursuits in areas of history and anthropology of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. youtube.com/channel/UC8Ir.. + Follow 1.1K subscribers ⋅ 1 video / month ⋅ Mar 2016 Get Email Contact
Dec 23, 2022 · Jericho, Arabic Arīḥā, town located in the West Bank. Jericho is one of the earliest continuous settlements in the world, dating perhaps from about 9000 bce. Archaeological excavations have demonstrated Jericho’s lengthy history. The city’s site is of great archaeological importance; it provides evidence of the first development of permanent settlements and thus of the first steps ...