The October 20th symposium included three lectures held in honor of Judy Brilliant.
Main Street Guymon hosted a lecture celebrating the cultures of local Ethiopian and Eritrean immigrants for IAD 2018.
Over 1,400 people joined the AIA-Cleveland Society to celebrate IAD 2018 at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
The OTS Foundation for Neolithic Studies will launch its new audio/visual encounter with the Archaeology of Sound to commemorate International Archaeology Day.
On October 18, nearly 300 homeschool students and parents flocked to Bolivar, Ohio for Archaeology School Day.
Can you name the modern country that each archaeological site is located in?
Do you know if these archaeological sites built primarily for the living or the dead?
Our partner, Auckland Council, just completed their 2-week Auckland Heritage Festival 2018 which included several IAD events. Mary Kienholz provides us an eyewitness account for two.
National parks are great places to find out more about archaeology. Do you know which national historical parks (or monuments) are operated by the US and which by Canada?
With a few clues, can you determine which Maya archaeological site we are hinting at?
The first week of trivia wraps up with questions about the rose-red city. Test your knowledge and learn some new facts!