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Foreigners as Symbols in Ancient Egyptian Tombs (1550-1372 BCE)

Davidson College 315 North Main Street, Semans Auditorium, Belk Visual Arts Center, Davidson, NC, United States

A lecture by Dr. Flora Brooks Anthony, Kennesaw State University AIA Central Carolinas Society 333 and Davidson College, Davidson, NC, welcome the public to join us for a free virtual lecture by Dr. Flora Brooks Anthony of Kennesaw State University, Georgia. THIS LECTURE WILL BE HELD ON ZOOM ONLY, not in person. Dr. Flora […]

Archaeology Abridged: The Secrets of an Ancient Indian City

Join us for this Archaeology Abridged talk by Monica Smith. The Indian subcontinent is home to a number of the world’s great civilizations and religious traditions. About two and a half thousand years ago, a tremendous synergy of urbanism, rulership, writing systems, and the advent of Buddhism and Jainism was expressed in hundreds of archaeological […]

“Feeding Cahokia”

Warren County History Museum 238 S. Sunny Lane, Monmouth, IL, United States

James Godde, Professor of Biology, Monmouth College ( Every year, the Biology Department at Monmouth College teaches a half-semester course entitled Topics in the History of Biology. This past fall, the specific focus was “Feeding Cahokia: Agricultural Technology of Native Americans during the Mississippian Period". The class focused on a book written by Gayle J. […]

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 cultures of northern Italy and southern France. Together we will cross the Alps by high-speed train, from Turin to Lyon. Highlights: *Travel with award-winning archaeologist […]

Native America: Archaeology & Anthropology in the West

Join us on an American adventure, from the plains of North Dakota to the pueblos of New Mexico, as we explore Native American archaeological and historical sites as well as expansive National Parks. Experience this part of the country in a different way, gaining new perspectives and learning about the histories of indigenous peoples, in […]

Pirate Experience

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

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 Museum and the Louisiana Office of Cultural Development - Division of Archaeology from 9am-3pm for a day of pirate-themed fun! Museum Day is a annual […]

6th Annual Archaeology Day

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

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 with demonstrations and activities for the whole family to enjoy and participate in. This event is free and open to the public. There will be […]