Two New Collaborating Organizations Added
October 17, 2012
The New Mexico Archaeological Council and the South Asasif Conservation Project (Egypt) joined as National Archaeology Day Collaborating Organizations today. Both groups planned events for October.
The New Mexico Archaeological Council will host a three day Dinetah Workshop filled with archaeology training experiences in Farmington, New Mexico. Permit and educational credit wll be offered from the Bureau of Land Management and HPD.
The South Asasif Conservation Project held a cconference, Thebes in the First Millennium B.C., in Luxor, Egypt earlier this month as part of National Archaeology Day. Over 200 participants attended the conference from all over the world.
International Archaeology Day in Anchorage, Alaska was hosted by archaeologists from the state and federal level at University of Anchorage.
For International Archaeology Day, the Oriental Institute hosted a film screening "Breaking Ground: the Story of the Oriental Institute."
Parkin Archeological State Park commemorated International Archaeology Day 2013