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MHS Gazette. Mason, Alan Mar 22, 2019 7992
Dirt Detective: Chelsea Rose digs up old objects to uncover the everyday lives of people from the past. Potenza, Alessandra Mar 1, 2019 1558
Be an Archaeologist. Brief article Jan 1, 2019 228
Anthropology. Sep 22, 2018 1810
Found: Oldest Message in a Bottle. Brief article Apr 23, 2018 175
Clues in the Forest--Archaeology at Florence Hill State Forest. Primeau, Kristy E.; Hoskinson, Sarah A.; Vandrei, Charles E. Aug 1, 2017 1982
Unearthing a lost city: the park service plans to shed light on pre-Colonial Indian society at the site where Pocahontas met John Smith. Brulliard, Nicolas Mar 22, 2017 1100
Everglades. Gette, M.J. Poem Mar 22, 2016 328
'This mosaic is the best of the roman tradition': Amir Gorzalczany. Barnard, Amir Interview Feb 1, 2016 1092
Beheaded Syrian Scholar Refused To Lead ISIS To Hidden Palmyra Antiquities. Brief article Aug 19, 2015 258
A glimpse into the work of a modern-day archaeologist and the challenges of illegal excavations and looting. Neuhaus, Nina M. Interview Apr 1, 2015 3424
Dr Alfred Percival Maudslay, Chichen Itza, Mexico, 1889. Oct 1, 2014 328
Can Pompeii be saved? Brief article Apr 21, 2014 167
Buried treasures. Kaplan, Melanie D.G. Mar 22, 2014 329
Arabs love women...on International Women's Day! Brief article Mar 8, 2014 119
Social Sciences. McLaughlin, Charlie May 1, 2013 1147
Digging for Europe: in the far north of Germany, archaeologists have unearthed a Viking settlement that they believe established the foundations for the growth of the first European common market. James, Vittoria Interview Mar 1, 2013 1903
Lines in sand may be labyrinth: desert drawings perhaps a deliberate path left by Nazca. Tests of English coins reveal how New World riches flowed. Bower, Bruce Brief article Jan 12, 2013 296
Raymond Lemaire et les debuts de la renovation urbaine a Bruxelles. Houbart, Claudine Essay Sep 22, 2012 9885
The Jagala fibula revisited, or remarks on Werner's Class II D/Veel kord Jagala solest ehk markusi Werneri II D klassi kohta. Curta, Florin Report Jun 1, 2012 13131
The realm of values of Estonian archaeologists/Eesti arheoloogide vaartusmaailm. Livin, Liis Report Jun 1, 2012 5842
Ancient pictographs held on to as digital photographs. Chrapko, Darlene Jun 1, 2012 508
An Olympiad's portrait: during excavations at Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli the archaeologist Gavin Hamilton unearthed a classical statue of Hermes, Hamilton's conservation of the sculpture transformed its identity to create an 18th-century image of an Olympic victor inspired by the ideals of ancient Greece. Angelicoussis, Elizabeth May 1, 2012 3358
The sage who divided Java in 1052: Maclaine Pont's excavation of Mpu Bharada's hermitage-cemetery at Lemah Tulis in 1925. Gomperts, Amrit; Haag, Arnoud; Carey, Peter Jan 1, 2012 11635
A history lesson. Davis, Crystal D. Brief article Sep 15, 2011 121
The revolution that wasn't. Mar 22, 2011 477
Bringing ancient cultures to life: with a little help from your local archeologist. Jones, Bt Sep 1, 2010 1491
TNL Finale to Feature Renowned Jerusalem Archaeologist. May 24, 2010 81
Archaeologist: Stop Muslim Temple Mount Denial, 'Barbaric' Digs. Brief article May 12, 2010 85
The first tourist: in the 15th century, Cyriacus of Ancona journeyed in search of the Mediterranean's Classical past. In so doing, he laid the groundwork for the 18th-century Grand Tour and today's cultural holidays. Belozerskaya, Marina Mar 1, 2010 4201
Sue Hendrickson: Diggin' Divin', and Dinos. Davis, Liza Biography Jul 1, 2009 610
Participatory mapping empowers patrimony: a team of geographers and archaeologists are collaborating with indigenous communities in Tiltepec, Mexico to put their lands and languages on the map. Brady, Scott Mar 1, 2009 2462
Discovery opens discussion about unknown First Nation. Phalen, Chris Brief article Mar 1, 2009 137
Monumental discovery. Bruno, Tara Feb 2, 2009 109
An ancient land and the dream that won't die. Frykberg, Mel Oct 1, 2008 1159
Scientific observations. Brief article Aug 30, 2008 98
Digging up adventure: is archaeology as packed with adventure as the movies make it seem? Find out from a real-life Indiana Jones. Crane, Cody May 12, 2008 1536
Travel with Indy. May 12, 2008 437
Whither Archaeology? Peter Furtado welcomes an opportunity to discuss archaeology with the experts. Furtado, Peter Feb 1, 2008 411
Climate change and archaeology in the pacific. Lape, Peter V. Oct 1, 2007 670
Climate variability in the mid to late Holocene Arnhem Land region, North Australia: archaeological archives of environmental and cultural change. Bourke, Patricia; Brockwell, Sally; Faulkner, Patrick; Meehan, Betty Case study Oct 1, 2007 8826
Monumental architecture in West Polynesia: origins, chiefs and archaeological approaches. Clark, Geoffrey; Martinsson-Wallin, Helene Oct 1, 2007 10434
USACE makes archaeological find: Nome, Alaska. Richardson, Pat Brief article Sep 1, 2007 94
Ancient agriculture unearthed in Peru. Sep 1, 2007 261
Connections to the past: creating time detectives with archaeology. Gandy, S. Kay Sep 1, 2007 3393
North Sea floor was once desirable residence. Brief article Jul 1, 2007 202
200-year-old shipwreck recovery begins in gulf. Tubb, Rita Jul 1, 2007 390
Reginald Auger: archaeologist in action. Interview May 1, 2007 535
The architecture of simplicity: a concern for light and quiet shape Cistercian monasteries and spirituality. Fox, Thomas C. Interview Jan 26, 2007 1432
Plundering the past: the looting of antiquities has a history as old as the antiquities themselves, but political instability and rising prices have seen a surge in thefts in recent years. Until now, efforts have focused on stopping the trade, but now archaeogist are borrowing ideas from the wildlife conservation movement in an attempt to get to the root of the problem. Furnis, Charlie Jan 1, 2007 5261
Dig it. Dec 1, 2006 197
Secrets of the death jars. Borg, Victor Paul Oct 1, 2006 1800
Comment on Anderson's alternative interpretation. Jacomb, Chris Oct 1, 2006 1088
Give a fig for a dig. Brief article Aug 1, 2006 158
Guest editor's remarks: decolonizing archaeology. Atalay, Sonya Jun 22, 2006 3611
Decolonizing indigenous archaeology: developments from down under. Smith, Claire; Jackson, Gary Jun 22, 2006 13114
Navajo archaeologist is not an oxymoron: a tribal archaeologist's experience. Bears, Davina R. Two Personal account Jun 22, 2006 2620
Building a bridge to cross a thousand years. Lippert, Dorothy Jun 22, 2006 3818
Taking to the hills: archaeologists in Italy are uncovering fascinating evidence about the origins of Italy's medieval hilltop villages to create a new and compelling picture of the circumstances that brought them into being, says Richard Hodges. Hodges, Richard Feb 1, 2006 1625
Armageddon uncovered. Feb 1, 2006 455
Mother of all alphabets? Brief Article Jan 9, 2006 192
New old church unearthed. Brief Article Jan 1, 2006 96
Wonderful things: archaeologist Chris Scarre finds fascination in discovering the past by examining its material remains. Scarre, Chris Aug 1, 2005 1472
Long-time quest ends in a real dinosaur bone. Vossler, Bill Jul 1, 2005 1184
Radar searches of two Suffolk churchyards are being carried out to establish the final resting place of Bartholomew Gosnold, a 17th-century man who created the first English settlement in America and named both Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard in the process. Brief Article Apr 1, 2005 114
A record in stone: the study of Australia's flaked stone artefacts. Odell, George H. Apr 1, 2005 3272
A Pacific Odyssey: Archaeology and Anthropology in the Western Pacific. Papers in Honour of Jim Specht. Bedford, Stuart Apr 1, 2005 1858
Bruce Veitch: 1957-2005. Veth, Peter Obituary Mar 22, 2005 1201
Archaeologists fear forgeries. Coday, Dennis Jan 14, 2005 176
Chinese may have fermented drinks over 9,000 years ago. Dec 20, 2004 423
Remnants of the past: high-tech analyses of ancient textiles yield clues to cultures. Parsell, Diana Dec 11, 2004 1819
Two Roman mosaic floors have been discovered by archaeologists during the building of a new walkway at Brading Roman Villa on the Isle of Wight. Oct 1, 2004 164
Locking up looters. Interview Sep 22, 2004 588
Archaeologists find "oldest large-scale brewery in the Andes". Brief Article Aug 2, 2004 141
Brewery uncovered in ancient Peruvian mountaintop city. Aug 2, 2004 626
David Price Williams worked as an archaeologist in the Near East, Southern Africa and India before setting up Temple World Travel, a company that offers field-trip-style holidays to locations of historical and geographical interest. Ananyo Bhattacharya speaks to him about the company's origins and how he became involved in the search for Santa Claus. Bhattacharya, Ananyo Interview Aug 1, 2004 842
Seeds of agriculture move back in time. Brief Article Jul 24, 2004 214
Living long in the tooth: grandparents may have rocked late Stone Age. Bower, B. Jul 10, 2004 488
Rat DNA points to Pacific migrations. Bower, Bruce Brief Article Jul 10, 2004 251
Mexican murals store magnetic data. Perkins, Sid Brief Article Jul 10, 2004 207
Footsteps to the past: one of history's longest-running empires was that of the Tiwanaku, a little-known, but very advanced people who created a network of highways through the mountains and forests of South America. Ian Gardener travelled to Bolivia to trace one such path from the Altiplano to the Amazon Basin. Gardener, Ian Jun 1, 2004 2161
The road goes ever on ... this month, the British Library opens an exhibition of priceless and rare treasures from the Silk Road which is based primarily on the collection of archaeologist Aurel Stein, Here, its curator, Susan Whitfield, provides a profile of Stein and previews some of the artefacts on display. Whitfield, Susan May 1, 2004 1474
Found objects: what archaeologists can gain from markets, or lose by ignoring them. Lott, Jeremy Jan 1, 2004 2570
British archaeologists believe they may have identified the mummy of Queen Nefertiti, stepmother of Tutankhamun. (News). Brief Article Aug 1, 2003 111
Maudslay: the Maya man: Ian Graham celebrates the efforts of the archaeologist and photographer in opening up for study the Mayan civilisation of central America. Graham, Ian Biography Jan 1, 2003 3601
Turkish delight: a British archaeologist who believes he's discovered the ancient city of Pteria is among those honoured in the 2002 Rolex Awards for Enterprise. (Global). Amodeo, Christian Jan 1, 2003 409
Past is future for entrepreneurs: Northern archeologists join forces to form company. Wareing, Andrew Oct 1, 2002 531
Univ. of California-San Diego team unearths 5000-year-old copper foundry in Southern Jordan. (Industry News). Brief Article Aug 1, 2002 424
The Queen of Sheba: treasures from ancient Yemen. (Mosaic). Wells, Rhona Jul 1, 2002 1389
Shorts. (History in the Media). Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 241
The oldest writings, and inventory tags of Egypt. (Interfaces). Mattessich, Richard Jun 1, 2002 5039
Openings to the underworld: the ancient Maya may have dug caves with spiritual abandon. Bower, Bruce May 18, 2002 2259
Stealing history: police say looters in a Peruvian village almost destroyed one of the world's great archaeological finds. But to the people of Sipan, the archaeologists are the real thieves. (Dispatch: Sipan, Peru). Atwood, Roger May 1, 2002 2110
Thor Heyerdahl has died. Brief Article Apr 19, 2002 148
Thor Heyerdahl seriously ill. Brief Article Apr 5, 2002 123
Dig into a great new career. (Careers & Training). Hunter, Troy Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 331
People and place: Don Henson explains the importance of archaeology in today's social and political environment. (Today's History). Henson, Don Dec 1, 2001 1557
Farmers took fast track in settling Europe. Bower, B. Brief Article Nov 17, 2001 385
Graeme Lloyd Pretty: 1940-2000. (Obituaries). Pate, F. Donald Obituary Sep 22, 2001 1719
Neandertals show ancient signs of caring. Bower, B. Brief Article Sep 15, 2001 507
Assessing Criticisms of Faunal Analyses and Environmental Reconstructions in the Tehuacan Valley Project. Fennell, Christopher C. Sep 1, 2001 4536
Archaeologists in New York have found evidence of an 18th-century slave dwelling -- the first to be unearthed in the city. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 148
Conservation or vandalism? Hammond, Andrew Mar 1, 2001 1046
Mayan Mansion. Brownlee, Christy Nov 13, 2000 238
Clean Up Your Artifact--IT'S A MESS! Nov 13, 2000 140
Hasankeyf: A City in Peril. Young, Penny Interview Nov 1, 2000 1118
Stone Age statuettes don disputed apparel. Bower, B. Brief Article Oct 21, 2000 549
Who Was Kennewick Man? Brief Article Sep 22, 2000 611
Shorts. Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 404
The Forgotten Indiana Jones - From Ancient Mesopotamia to Hollywood. Wasilewska, Ewa Aug 1, 2000 3149
Lost empire discovered in Peru. Brief Article Aug 1, 2000 246
Neandertals' diet put meat in their bones. Bower, B. Brief Article Jun 17, 2000 352
Misusing history and manipulating history - Dubious Interpretations Promote Present Goals. Appleyard, James; Casterline, Lee May 1, 2000 5602
Conducting a community-based archaeological project: an archaeologist's and a Koenpul man's perspective. Ross, Anne; Coghill, Shane Mar 22, 2000 5064
Arthur Evans begins to dig in Crete. Cavendish, Richard Brief Article Mar 1, 2000 585
Passing the time in ruins. Interview Jan 1, 2000 953
The curse of Tutankhamen. Jan 1, 2000 984
Bronze Age origin for Seahenge. Brief Article Dec 11, 1999 443
Golden Gate gets older date. Brief Article Dec 11, 1999 193
HOT Job MUMMY HUNTER. Brief Article Oct 4, 1999 235
GEOPEOPLE. Interview Jul 1, 1999 763
Inca mummies emerge from deep freeze. Bower, B. Brief Article Apr 17, 1999 202
Temples to ancient gods. Daley, Yvonne Mar 1, 1999 1376
Archaeologist. Interview Feb 1, 1999 403
Archaeology at the crossroads. Aldous, Tony Jan 1, 1998 774
Henri Prades: an independent French archeologist. Buck, James Biography Jul 1, 1996 2425
Writer, explorer, spinster, spy. Wheelwright, Julie Feb 1, 1996 995
Michael Coe: a question for every answer. Bach, Caleb Jan 1, 1996 3806
Trailing footprints from the past. Bach, Caleb Nov 1, 1994 2628
A unique discovery at Saqqara. van Nord, Jos Apr 1, 1993 1100
Dem bones, dem bones. May 1, 1992 258
Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse (1840-1914). Reference Source Jan 1, 1991 113
Bingham, Hiram (1789-1869); Bingham, Hiram (1831-1908); Bingham, Hiram (1875-1956). Reference Source Jan 1, 1991 204
Parker, Arthur Caswell (1881-1955). Reference Source Jan 1, 1991 108
Tokens of plenty: how an ancient counting system evolved into writing and the concept of abstract numbers. Peterson, Ivars Dec 24, 1988 2186

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