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5,000 year old Egyptain Brewery

A lecture hosted by the Long Island Society of the AIA. Dr. Matthew Adams of the N.Y.U Institute of Fine Arts will present on the discovery of a 5,000 year old Egyptian Brewery. The brewery was discovered in North Abydos and is believed to be the oldest brewery in the world.

Painting Coffins at Akhmim in the First Millennium BCE

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE IN-PERSON MEETING, FORMERLY SCHEDULED FOR UC BERKELEY, HAD TO BE CHANGED TO A ZOOM MEETING. A registration link will be automatically sent to ARCE-NC members. Non-members may request a registration link by sending email with your name and email address to Non-members, please send any registration requests no later than […]

The Best of Ancient Peru

Discover many of Peru’s greatest archaeological sites on this custom-designed, well-paced itinerary with archaeologist Jo Burkholder. Spend your days exploring the archaeologically-rich northern coast and spectacular mountain landscapes. See magnificent ancient sites, a variety of museums, and picturesque villages and cities. Highlights include two visits to Machu Picchu; the impressive Inca fortress of Sacsayhuaman; ruins […]

Lowell Walks: Indigenous Peoples History with Christoph Strobel

Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center 246 Market Street, Lowell, United States

Join University of Massachusetts Lowell Professor Christoph Strobel for a guided tour and learn about the history and heritage of Indigenous Peoples upon whose land the city and mills of Lowell were built, including how archaeologists have found this information. Thisfree 90 minute tour will begin at 10:00 AM at the Lowell National Historical Park […]

Let’s Get Archaeological

Rally Cap Brewing Company 11212 Pennywood Ave, Baton Rouge, LA

Tuesday, October 11, 6:30-8:30pm $ = Free Family and pet friendly Rally Cap Brewing Company hosts a special night of Louisiana Archaeology trivia! For more information, visit

Trivia w/ Keez at Crying Eagle Brewing

Crying Eagle Brewing Company 1165 E McNeese St, Lake Charles, LA

Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30pm $ = Free Family friendly Crying Eagle Brewing has weekly trivia every Tuesday with Keez, but you can join every week in October for a special round of Louisiana Archaeology questions! Trivia is 4 rounds of 10 questions with prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Teams can be between 1 and 6 […]

The Legacy of the Etruscans: Latium, Umbria & Tuscany

Discover the world of the ancient Etruscans, a pre-Roman civilization that flourished in the area between Rome and Florence from at least the 7th century B.C. until they were conquered by the Romans in the 3rd century B.C. The extent of the impact that the Etruscans’ legacy had on the Greeks and Romans, through to […]

Awareness on Archaeological Heritages of caves in Hpa -an

Welcoming the International Archaeology Day 2022, October 15, We will perform the event at ToungeLa'Yat Education Gathering Group- EGG Academy in Kawt Kadee Village of Hpa-an Township , Karen State of Myanmar on 12 October 2022 ( Wednesday). The name of Title is " Awareness on Archaeological Heritages of caves in Hpa -an" This event […]

King Midas of the Golden Touch in Context: Death, Belief, Behavior, and Society in Ancient Phrygia

CU Museum of Natural History Broadway, Boulder, CO, United States

Professor Elspeth Dusinberre will present her current work on the spectacular burial tumuli at Gordion (Turkey), the capital of ancient Phrygia and seat of the legendary (but historical) King Midas of the Golden Touch. This talk will consider material ranging from ca. 850-525 BCE. It will begin with Gordion’s oldest burial tumuli and look at […]