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    • 2 Dec 2021
    • 5:00 PM (EST)
    • Virtual

    Uncovering The Place Of Uni: Archeological Excavations At The Ancient Etruscan Site Of Poggio Colla In Italy

    AIA Society: Montréal
    Lecturer: Ann Steiner

    The ancient Etruscans, who flourished in central Italy between the eighth and third centuries BCE, are among the most poorly understood people in the ancient Mediterranean.  We know they influenced Roman religion a great deal, and their control of metal resources brought them enormous wealth. They left very few written records, and scholars still struggle to translate their language.  Archaeological excavation has helped to develop a fuller picture of this enigmatic culture; this presentation will focus on results of excavations from 1995-2015 at the Etruscan site of Poggio Colla, a sanctuary to the goddess Uni, where the speaker serves as a director. When excavation began, virtually nothing was known about the site including its ancient name;  all that remained were scraps of ancient fortification walls, robbed-out tombs, and a flattened hilltop.  The lecture takes the audience through the process of uncovering a monumental temple, at least ten votive deposits including a large cache of gold jewelry, and the discovery, on the last day of the last season of work, of one of the longest inscriptions ever found in the Etruscan language.  The lecture emphasizes the process the excavation staff used to interpret the site from season to season as well as the final results and the questions that remain.


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    • 7 Dec 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Virtual

    Dig Up the Funding: Strategic Ways to Increase Support for Research and Public Outreach

    When: December 07, 2021 1:00-2:00 PM

    Duration: 1 hour

    Certification: RPA-certified


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    Individual Registration: Free to SAA members; $69 for non-members

    Group Registration: Free to SAA members; $89 for non-members


    This seminar will survey strategic and adaptive ways in which academic, applied, and independent archaeologists can maximize the potential for obtaining financial support for research and outreach endeavors. From crowd funding to grant writing to finding the perfect individual donor, learn about resources, methods, and techniques to enhance the funding streams that get projects across the finish line.


    • 9 Dec 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Virtual
    Federal agencies are strongly encouraged to submit Section 106 documentation for these purposes using e106, as it expedites a critical step in Section 106 review and encourages complete and accurate submissions. Join us as experts from the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation discuss documentation and the e106 system.

    This webinar was designed and developed by the President's Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, which is an independent federal agency that promotes the preservation, enhancement, and productive use of our nation's historic resources, and advises the President and Congress on national historic preservation policy.


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    • 27 Jan 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)
    • Virtual

    Step by Step: Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the National Environmental Policy Act

    Program Instructor: Kimball M. Banks

    This course is a deep dive into the steps required for compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and its integration into the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Roles and responsibilities of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, lead federal agency, SHPO, THPO, tribes, consultants, and consulting parties are explained in each step. NEPA in Indian Country in respect to Public Law 93-638, the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act will be explained.

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    • 3 Mar 2022
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)
    • Virtual

    Preparing to Direct Your First Field Project: Safety and Logistical Considerations

    Program Instructor: Kaitlyn Davis

    Graduate schools provide students opportunities for fieldwork and training in archaeological methods and theory, but they often overlook instruction in field safety and well-being. We suggest that more explicit guidance on how to conduct safe fieldwork will improve the overall success of student-led projects and prepare students to direct safe and successful fieldwork programs as professionals. In this seminar, we draw on the experiences of current and recent graduate students as well as professors who have overseen graduate fieldwork to outline key considerations in improving field safety and well-being and to offer recommendations for specific training and safety protocols. While discussing these considerations and recommendations, we will use both domestic and international field project examples, as well as those involving community collaboration. The resources and recommendations provided in this seminar will be especially useful for projects whose crews are comprised at least partially of students, interns, or volunteers.


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6 Nov 2021 SEAC ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING
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28 Oct 2021 Ten Fingers And Ten Toes: Disability And Infanticide In Ancient Greece
28 Oct 2021 Torches, Fireflies, And Moonlight: The Brilliance Of Classic Maya Lightscapes
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27 Oct 2021 Shrouded In Mystery: Reconstructing The Cultural Contexts Of Funerary Shrouds From Roman Egypt
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24 Oct 2021 Across A Narrow Sea: Ancient Greeks And Romans In The Eastern Adriatic
24 Oct 2021 Wonderwerk Cave: Archaeology At The Edge Of The Kalahari
22 Oct 2021 Migrations, Marginality, And Maritime Landscapes: A New World Paleocoastal Occupation
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19 Oct 2021 Let Them Rest In Peace: The Sacred Burials Of Frescoes, Pots, And Rooms In The House Of The Frescoes At Knossos
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15 Oct 2021 The Lost Valley Of The Crescent Moon: 30 Years Of Research In Petra, Jordan
14 Oct 2021 Storytelling in CRM: Moving Beyond Producing Gray Literature
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6 Oct 2021 An Introduction To The Archaeology Of Childhood
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5 Oct 2021 Homer And The Archaeology Of Crete
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29 Sep 2021 Girls Will Be Boys? Investigating Images Of Athletic Women In Ancient Etruscan Art
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26 Apr 2021 Archaeology through Art: Early Modern Japanese Ship Construction
25 Apr 2021 Sifting Sand in Sudan: New Light on Life and Death in Ancient Nubia
25 Apr 2021 Godly or Gaudy? Reconstructing Color on a Relief from Persepolis
24 Apr 2021 Reconstructing and Firing a Greek Kiln: a Project in Experimental Archaeology
22 Apr 2021 Sacrificed? Subsidiary Burials From Royal Funerary Monuments At Abydos, Egypt
21 Apr 2021 CIfA2021 online: Annual Conference
15 Apr 2021 86th Annual SAA Meeting
18 Mar 2021 Tele-Networking: In-Person Events are Canceled, Now What?
18 Mar 2021 Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) Morning Tea Chat
4 Mar 2021 Society for California Archaeology 2021 Annual Meeting
23 Feb 2021 Archaeology at a Distance: Engaging Learners in Remote Classrooms
19 Feb 2021 Council of Virginia Archaeologists Winter 2021 Meeting
18 Feb 2021 APANB 2020-2021 SPEAKERS SERIES LECTURE 5 WITH KEN HOLYOKE AND SUE BLAIR
17 Feb 2021 Time Sifters Presents: Napoleon in Egypt
12 Feb 2021 Utah Professional Archaeological Council 2021 Winter Meeting
4 Feb 2021 Perishable Material Culture: An Introduction to Analysis and Documentation
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15 Dec 2020 Improving Your Archaeological Skills: How to Write Better Technical Reports
18 Sep 2020 RPA Photo Contest
17 Sep 2020 High Quality Artifact Photography

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