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Tilden Named International Archaeology Day Sponsor
October 15, 2013
AIA Trustee and Archaeology Day Sponsor Doug Tilden considers IAD to be a major step forward.
AIA Director of Programs Speaks on Boston Sunday Review
October 14, 2013
AIA Director of Programs Ben Thomas was a guest on WBZ FM 98.5 on Sunday morning.
6 Photo Contest Winners in 2013
October 2, 2013
For the third annual AIA Photo Contest, nearly 150 archaeologically-themed photos were submitted six categories
Archaeological Institute of America Seeks Executive Director
October 1, 2013
The Institute seeks an experienced Executive Director to oversee the Institute's operations.
AIA at the EAA: Day 1
September 5, 2013
Representatives from the AIA traveled to Pilsen in the Czech Republic to participate in the 19th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists.
3rd Annual AIA Photo Contest
September 3, 2013
Submit your archaeologically themed photos for the AIA's 3rd Annual Photo Contest.
Call for Papers: Final Deadlines
July 30, 2013
The 2014 Annual Meeting deadlines are fast approaching!
Summer of Ancient Grains Recipe Contest
July 15, 2013
In celebration of the Grains-of-Discovery series, our friends at Bob's Red Mill have partnered with the AIA for a recipe contest!
May at the AIA
June 7, 2013
May highlights include a new online career center, an education summit, AIA Local Society news, and more.
April 2013 at the AIA
May 29, 2013
Listen as the AIA recaps major events in the month of April.
AIA Corresponding Member Nominations Now Open
The Corresponding Members Committee of the AIA is now accepting nomications for candidates for election by the Council to this category of lifetime membership
Achill Island 2016: Week 15 - Keem Bay
We’re now on our second to last week at Keem Bay, and the end is in sight!
National Geographic is reporting on AIA First Vice-Present Jodi Magness’ excavations at Huqoq.
AIA First Vice-Present Jodi Magness believes that a mosaic discovered among the ruins of a Late Roman (fifth century) synagogue depicts the story of a legendary meeting between Alexander the Great and the Jewish high priest.
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87th Annual Texas Archeological Society Meeting
Soul Searching Night Ramblings in the Comal Cemetery
Texas Camel Corps Visit
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