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Cromlech Tumulus 2015: Week Four
This week, students learned to draw archaeological finds and carefully removed soil layers overlying the interior of the site.
A Baltic Cruise
AIA President Andrew Moore recently led an AIA Tour through the Baltic, a cruise that interspersed tours of world-renowned museums with trips to towns like Roskilde and Sigtuna for a unique look at the architecture of the Middle Ages.
29 IAD Collaborating Organizations Added in June
See which groups joined as International Archaeology Day collaborators in June 2015.
An ASOR and AIA Statement Regarding H.R. 1493
AIA and ASOR have prepared a joint statement on H.R. 1493, a bill designed to protect and preserve international cultural property in the face of armed conflict, political instability, and natural disasters.
Dispatches from the AIA - July/August 2015
AIA Announces Winners of 2015 Cotsen Excavation Grants; Fifth International Archaeology Day is October 17, 2015; AIA to Launch Young Archaeologists Program in the Fall; Over 250 Photos Submitted to Annual Photo Contest
Cromlech Tumulus 2015: Week Three
After heavy rain over the weekend, we cleaned up the trench to create a plan and undertake a detailed topographic survey.
AIA Joins 252 Groups and Business Leaders across the Country in Call to Action for American "Innovation Imperative"
Archaeological Institute of America today joined scores of other organizations as well as leaders of American business, industry, higher education, science, and engineering in an urgent call to action for stronger federal policies and investment to drive domestic research and development.
Cromlech Tumulus 2015: Week Two
The second week at Achill Island marked the beginning of the main student groups to arrive for the summer.
Cromlech Tumulus 2015: Week One
The goal for the first week of the new season was to excavate a pre-bog field wall that connects the Court Tomb in Keel East townland to the Cromlech Tumulus site.
Gift Annuities: Benefiting Yourself and the AIA
Support archaeological research, education, and preservation while providing yourself with income for life.
Proposed Cuts to National Science Foundation (NSF) Funding
Recently, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a reauthorization bill for National Science Foundation funding. This bill would make a 45% reduction in NSF’s research funding for the Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences.
Waldbaum Spotlight: Emily Durham
Emily Durham, University of Pittsburgh senior and 2014 Waldbaum recipient, shares her Alaskan field school experiences.
AIA Site Preservation Grant to Preserve Ancient Village and Funerary Towers in Chile
New grant to support the creation of a long-term community based preservation project at Nama.
AIA Site Preservation Grant to Preserve Mycenaean Chamber Tomb in Greece
New grant will support education and outreach initiatives associated with the preservation of a Mycenaean cemetery at Aidonia.

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