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Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival

Spokane

The 9th annual Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival will be offering the 2021 festival lineup through a secure online platform from Monday October 11 to Sunday October 17, […]

Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival

Spokane

The 9th annual Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival will be offering the 2021 festival lineup through a secure online platform from Monday October 11 to Sunday October 17, […]

Legacy of Ancient Greece

Experience the glories of Greece, from the Bronze Age to the Classical era and beyond, amid the variety of springtime landscapes of the mainland and the Peloponnese peninsula. This is […]

Ongoing

Laboratoire d’archéologie publique / Public Archaeology Lab

Musée régional de Rimouski 35, rue Saint-Germain Ouest, Rimouski

We like to think of archaeologists as diggers who, trowel in hand, extract remains from the ground and describe their context. However, while excavation is the most visible and iconic […]

Archaeology Month at the Alamo

Each week in October, Alamo archaeologists will upload an archaeology-themed post on the Alamo website. The posts will include general archaeology information, as well as details about Alamo archaeology.

Archaeology Week

Galen University's Anthropology Club is celebrating Archaeology week with various Facebook sessions every day of the week. We will be talking about laws in Belize concerning artifacts and monuments, field […]

Recurring

Berry site “Dig Day”

Berry site Henderson Mill Road, Morganton

Volunteers are invited to join in the excavation of the Berry site, located outside of Morganton, North Carolina. Berry is the location of the Native town of Joara and the […]

Cultural Sustainable Tourism (CST) – 3rd Edition

online conference Online Conference, Online Conference

Experiencing the stories, culture and heritage of the past and present is the spirit of cultural tourism, creating and providing a sustainable environment for both the locals and the visitors […]

Did We Evolve to Exercise? (Free Virtual Lecture)

Daniel Lieberman, Edwin M. Lerner II Professor of Biological Sciences, Professor of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University Exercise is a paradox: everyone knows it is healthy, but most of us […]