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President Signs Engel Bill to Stop Sale of Looted Antiquities
The Protect and Preserve International Cultural Property Act aims to crack down on the sale of artifacts looted from cultural sites in Syria.
12 Groups Join International Archaeology Day in April
Organizations are just starting to sign up for International Archaeology Day 2016.
Protect Greek Archaeological Heritage: CPAC Meeting to Renew MoU with Greece
The State Department invites comments from the public on renewing the Memorandum of Understanding between Greece and the U.S.
Rockford Society Celebrates 300th Lecture
The AIA-Rockford Society celebrated their 300th lecture on April 19.
Call to Societies to Participate in Celebration of 50th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act
Preservation50 is working to strengthen the national preservation movement and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act.
AIA/AAMD Workshop Recap
On April 4, 2016 a jointly sponsored day-long workshop on establishing the provenance of archaeological material was held in Philadelphia, PA at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum).
New Viking Site Uncovered from Space
AIA Trustee Sarah Parcak helped uncover evidence of a Norse settlement in North America using satellite imagery.
Blackfriary 2016: Winter Intern Blog - Final Week
In the final post of her blog series, Lauren Nofi reports on the last week of her internship.
Save the Date: IAD 2016 is on October 15th!
Join the International Archaeology Day festivities this October!
Announcing the AIA Spring Benefit Evening
The AIA is pleased to announce it will host its annual benefit on Thursday, May 5, in New York City. Prof. Colin Renfrew will receive the Institute's Bandelier Award for Service to Archaeology at the event.
NEH Announces "Protecting our Cultural Heritage"
The National Endowment for the Humanities is calling for projects that contribute to the study, documentation, or digital reconstruction of cultural heritage materials at risk.
Blackfriary 2016: Winter Intern Blog - Ceramics
Intern Lauren reports on the progress in the post-excavation laboratory, looking at ceramics, and the process of data entry.
2016 Photo Contest Winners
After a week of voting, five winners have emerged.
Blackfriary 2016: Winter Intern Blog - Metal Objects
Intern Lauren reports on the progress in the post-excavation laboratory, looking at the collection of metal objects.
Blackfriary 2016: Winter Intern Blog - In the Lab
Intern Lauren reports on the progress in the post-excavation laboratory.

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