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France: The Reach of the Romans

Join archaeologist Patrick Hunt on this exciting new itinerary from Turin to Nice and discover how the ancient Gauls and Romans interacted with the landscapes and shaped the history and […]

Pirate Experience

Capitol Park Museum 660 N 4th St, Baton Rouge, LA

All ages welcome; free for those in pirate costume or with Smithsonian Museum Day tickets, ticketed admission for the other landlubbers. Celebrate the Mardi Gras Shipwreck exhibition with Capitol Park […]

6th Annual Archaeology Day

The Louisiana State Exhibit Museum 3015 Greenwood Road, Shreveport, LA

The Louisiana State Exhibit Museum will host the 6th Annual Archaeology Day on Saturday, September 18, 2021 from 10 AM to 2 PM. The museum and grounds will be filled […]

Cultures of Wheat

Food Systems, Imperialism and Bread in French Colonial Morocco Abstract To Follow - please see the website (https://aiaottawa.wordpress.com/aia-program/) for updated information

Cultural Resources at the NC Office of State Archaeology

HIghsmith Union, UNC Asheville One Carmichael Heights UNCA, Asheville, NC

As Assistant State Archaeologist for the western region, Dr. Dylan Clark will discuss what the North Carolina Office of State Archaeology does and how it contributes to identifying, studying, protecting, […]

Prehistoric Cave Art of Spain & France

Investigate southwestern Europe’s most extraordinary prehistoric caves, including Lascaux IV, a new, exact reproduction of one of the most remarkable prehistoric sites ever discovered; Altamira II, a precise replica of […]

Landscapes of Conflict

Fortification and Institutionalized Inequality in Mensabak, Chiapas, Mexico In this talk, Christopher Hernandez of Loyola University's Department of Anthropology argues that the ancient inhabitants of the Mensabak region of Chiapas, […]