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Urban Borehole Surveys And The Origins Of The Roman Forum

101 Swallow Hall 507 S. Ninth St., Columbia, MO, United States

A lecture by Prof. Nicola Terrenato (University of Michigan) presenting the results of a recent borehole survey carried out in the monumental core of Rome, and discussing the main implications for our understanding of both the city’s original environmental setting and the creation of the earliest urban infrastructure.

Boomtown Blues: Archaeologies of Expansion and Collapse in Amazonia

Room 106, Psychology Building 4111 Pictor Lane, Orlando, FL, United States

Stone Lecture You can attend the lecture either in-person or via Zoom. A Zoom link will be sent out to all registered attendees on the day of the lecture.  Register via Eventbrite:

International Archaeology Day: Tour of Oak Woods Cemetery

Come enjoy a beautiful fall day with an informal tour of Chicago's oldest chartered rural garden cemetery- Oak Woods. Dr. Jane Baxter will provide some insights to the cemetery, and show us not only the final resting places of some of Chicago's (and America's) past luminaries, but also how using tools of archaeology to examine […]

Celebration of International Archaeology Day (IAD): Archaeology Book Club

Ashley Morton will be leading us in a discussion of Sarah Moss’ novel, Ghost Wall (“a taut, gripping tale of a young woman and an Iron Age reenactment trip that unearths frightening behavior…”). Come celebrate International Archaeology Day with us! This event will be hosted online, via Zoom. Advance registration is required. Please use the […]