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Laboratoire d’archéologie publique / Public Archaeology Lab

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

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.

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Celebrating Belizean Archaeology

The Belize Institute of Archaeology celebrates International Archaeology Day hosting multiple trivia Fridays (October 8, 15, and 22) on social media (IA Facebook page) whereby trivia pertaining to Belizean archaeology […]

Disability accommodations in ancient Greece

WEBINAR (Central Illinois 1) Urbana, IL

Young Lecture Please contact Jane Goldberg at jgoldber@illinois.edu for information on joining this online lecture.

Archaeology Day

Historic Jamestowne 1368 Colonial Pkwy, Jamestown, VA

Join us as Historic Jamestowne Celebrates Virginia Archaeology Month. Join an archaeologist for a tour of the James Fort. Then stop by the excavations in progress, to experience the moment […]

Wing Island Archaeology Walk

Cape Cod Museum of Natural History 869 Main Street, Brewster, MA

Join Archaeologist, Dan Zoto, for a guided walk of Wing Island, the location of the Wing Island Archaeology Project. Learn the history of the island and its varied uses throughout […]

Family Archaeology Day with Arrowhead Fred

Bollinger County Museum of Natural History 209 Mayfield Drive, Marble Hill, MO

1:00 - 3:00 pm - Arrowhead Fred Bollinger will display Native American tools and identify your Native American relics and finds. Try your hand at different types of primitive skills […]

Long lost lives of forgotten New Yorkers at Dead Horse Bay

Hofstra University, Breslin Hall 1000 Hempstead Turnpike (Hofstra University 105), Hempstead, NY

A lecture by Dr. Robin Nagle, Anthropologist-in-Residence at the New York City Department of Sanitation, and Clinical Professor of Anthropology and Urban Studies at NYU.