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Unearthing A Slave Community

New York

Over the next several years, we will be examining a number of different archaeological sites. What makes Montpelier a wonderful property for surveys and excavations is its relative undisturbed condition. […]

The City is [NOT] a Tree: The Urban Ecologies of Divided Cities

Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa Staatsartillerie Rd, Pretoria West, Pretoria, 0183, South Africa, Pretoria, Pretoria West

THE CITY IS A TREE: THE URBAN ECOLOGIES OF DIVIDED CITIES is an international collaboration, with associates principally from Europe and Africa, and open to collaboration with contributors from other […]

Sailing the Greek Isles

Round trip from Athens aboard the Sea Cloud II Known as the “Cradle of Western Civilization,” Athens, the Peloponnese, and small islands of the Aegean deliver an enticing blend of […]

Hiking Scotland’s Orkney & Shetland Islands

This is the perfect opportunity to explore all that Scotland’s Northern Isles have to offer: prehistoric stone circles, burial chambers, and settlements; quaint villages; huge seabird colonies; and remarkable plant […]

Cruising the Baltic Sea

The height of summer, when sunlight extends into the evening hours and temperatures are mild, is the ideal time to explore the nations bordering the Baltic Sea. On this journey, […]

2nd Annual Holton Lecture: Archaeology from Space

Join us for a special virtual event featuring this year’s Felicia A. Holton Book Award winner, Dr. Sarah Parcak, discussing her book Archaeology from Space. The lecture is free and […]

CFP: MULTI-PROXY APPROACHES TO KINSHIP IN THE GRECO-ROMAN WORLD

budapest 4 Múzeum körút, Budapest

Call for papers EAA 2022 KINSHIP IS A KEY ASPECT OF HUMAN LIFE, AS IT DEFINES PEOPLE’S SENSE OF IDENTITIES, THEIR SOCIAL TIES AND THEIR ACCESS TO RIGHTS AND RESOURCES. HOWEVER, CONCEPTUALIZING […]

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