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The Power of Antiquity in the Making of Modern Egypt (Free Virtual Lecture)

Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East 6 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA, United States

Wendy Doyon, Historian of Archaeology and Modern Egypt Ancient Egypt conjures images of pharaonic temples, tombs, and pyramids, and perhaps, even the familiar illustrations from children’s books and magazines showing kilted workers on the Nile toiling away on their kings’ great monuments. But what is the relationship between these images—along with the deep history they […]

This Land Will Perish Having Ruined France:” Geospatial Analysis of Frontier Instability in Northeastern America – NH Archeology Month

Matthew D. O'Leary, Doctoral Student, Syracuse University This presentation discusses the construction of the Anglo-French frontier in Northeastern America, with specific focus on European fortifications. Forts across the Northeast shifted from defense against Amerindian Nations during the 17th century to reflecting fears of European field-armies marching against them during the 18th century. This paper examines […]

AIA Giving Day

On Tuesday, April 26, 2022, we're asking thousands of archaeology enthusiasts like you to join together to support professional archaeologists and their important work by participating in our inaugural AIA Giving Day. Your gift will help protect threatened archaeological sites, provide scholarships to future archaeologists, and promote archaeology across the globe. What if we told […]