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    • 6 Oct 2022
    • 6:30 PM
    • Dickinson College, Denny Hall #317 272 W High St Carlisle, PA 17013 United States

    Old Pots And New Drains: Changing Approaches To Waste And Wastewater In A Pompeian Neighborhood

    AIA Society: South Pennsylvania (Carlisle)
    Lecturer: Catherine K. Baker

    Infrastructure connected with the removal of wastewater forms an important, yet often overlooked, element of the urban landscape. This talk explores how approaches to wastewater infrastructure in the Roman city of Pompeii changed over time, shifting from underground soak-away systems, made from reused pots, to underground drains. Through an examination of these different types of wastewater removal systems in Pompeii, particularly those recently excavated by University of Cincinnati’s project in the non-elite Porta Stabia neighborhood, we trace how choices and changes in wastewater removal and technology were closely tied with the wider needs, economic and material resources, and even political circumstances of the city and its residents.


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    • 6 Oct 2022
    • 6:30 PM
    • University of Akron, Leigh Hall 207 150 East Exchange Street Akron, OH 44325 United States

    HYBRID - Plumbing The Depths: Exploring Violence And Warfare In Humanity’s Past

    AIA Society: Akron/Kent
    Lecturer: Nam C. Kim

    To register to attend via Zoom, email edumser@uakron.edu for the Zoom link.


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    • 12 Oct 2022
    • 6:30 PM
    • University of Florida Campus, Fine Arts Building B 300 Southwest 13th St Gainesville, FL 32611 United States

    Operation Demeter: What Italy’s Largest Antiquities Bust Reveals About Archaeological Looting Today

    AIA Society: Gainesville
    Lecturer: Fiona Greenland

    In 2018, the Italian Art Squad announced the conclusion of a four-year investigation into a vast looting network that traversed five European countries. “Operation Demeter” was the largest investigation in the unit’s history. It recovered 20,000 artifacts valued at some 40 million Euros, and resulted in the arrest of 23 people. What did Operation Demeter teach us about the looting and selling of archaeological materials? Today, nearly five years onward, what happened to the people caught in the dragnet, and what has changed – if anything – in the looting landscape? This lecture is aimed at audiences with a general interest in cultural heritage and Roman archaeology, and can be adapted for a more specialized/mixed audience.


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    • 13 Oct 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Virtual

    From Expert to Expert Witness: What Archaeologists Need to Know

    Program Instructor : Christopher Dore

    Applying one’s archaeological expertise to the legal system as an expert witness is rewarding and provides the potential to assist in site protection. However, the legal system operates under a different set of rules and practices. Archaeologists often take on their first job as an expert witness without understanding the context, role, and rules of a legal expert. Without this understanding, archaeologists often end up having a stressful and unrewarding experience, being ineffective, and could have their professional reputations damaged. This seminar provides an introductory overview of the basic information need to successfully transfer one’s skills as an archaeological expert to those of an effective archaeological expert witness. Topics include qualifications, rules of evidence, contracts, best practices, marketing, reporting, communication, testimony, and ethics.


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    • 13 Oct 2022
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Virtual

    Accessing Archaeology: A Conversation on Knowledge and Legacy

    Sponsor :Natural History Museum

    Featured Speakers: Anna Agbe-Davies, Ayana Omilade Flewellen, Khadene Harris, Alexandra Jones

    Archaeology lets us explore what it means to be human, but the field is shaped by those who get to participate. In this 90-minute panel discussion, five Black archaeologists will discuss their experience navigating this historically white field and the importance of community engagement, capacity building, and promoting a more inclusive space.

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    • 13 Oct 2022
    • 5:30 PM
    • Classics Library, 2175 Angell Hall 434 S State St Ann Arbor, MI 48109 United States

    Diet And Status In Roman Egypt: Evidence From Amheida In The Dakleh Oasis In The Western Desert

    AIA Society: Ann Arbor
    Lecturer: Pam J. Crabtree

    Amheida (Roman Trimithis) is located in the Dakleh Oasis in the western Egyptian desert. Excavations carried out in the town have focused on a 3rd-century middle class household and a 4th-century villa. Additional excavations have been conducted at the 4th-5th-century church complex an Ain el-Gedida, also located in the oasis. This presentation will review the archaeology of these three sites and then show how archaeological data can be used to reveal differences in diet and social status between the three sites.


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    • 16 Oct 2022
    • 3:00 PM (CDT)
    • Sabin Hall, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 3413 N. Downer Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53211 United States

    City Making In Byzantine Athens

    AIA Society: Milwaukee
    Lecturer: Fotini Kondyli

    My work seeks to reconstruct the topography and spatial layout of Byzantine Athens (4th-15th c AD), and better understand contemporary living conditions and socio-economic activities in the city. Emphasis is placed on city-making processes and particularly the role of non-elite, ordinary people in them. Like modern cities, Byzantine ones were stages of key political events ranging from rituals that celebrated imperial power to riots and acts of resistance. I thus approach Byzantine cities as highly political environments and explore city-making activities as political actions. In doing so, I pay equal attention to monumental public spaces as well as streets, open unbuilt areas, and common areas out and around houses. I also examine changes in the urban environment that point to ordinary people’s involvement and consider the impact of such activities in enhancing their social capital and political influence. My project provides new approaches to the reconstruction of Byzantine cities by attempting to rewrite Athens’ history from the perspective of ordinary people’s individual and collective experiences. It also contributed to a diachronic study of urban phenomena including civic groups, urban planning, and political action.


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    • 18 Oct 2022
    • 19 Oct 2022
    • Virtual

    Inclusive Museum Narratives: Contextualizing Collections through Collaborations

    Lecturer: Alaka Wali

    October 18th, 2022 10 PM EST/ 7 PM PST

    October 19th, 2022 7PM EST/ 4 PM PST


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    • 18 Oct 2022
    • 7:00 PM (PDT)
    • Virtual

    VIRTUAL - Inclusive Museum Narratives: Contextualizing Collections Through Collaboration

    Lecturer: Alaka Wali

    Ever wonder how museum exhibits are made? Join Alaka Wali as she discusses how the Field Museum (Chicago) approached their recent renovation of the Native North America hall.  Wali will explain the museum’s collaborative approach that involved working with an advisory committee of Native American scholars, museum professionals, artists, and activists.  The Field Museum also reached out to over 100 people across the United States and Canada to bring Native American voices and perspectives into the exhibition display.  The process also led to the beginning of reforms in how the museum provides access to the anthropology collections for source communities and how they are conceptualizing stewardship of the collections with Native American Tribes and First Nations.


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    • 19 Oct 2022
    • 7:00 PM
    • Virtual

    VIRTUAL - Inclusive Museum Narratives: Contextualizing Collections Through Collaboration

    Lecturer: Alaka Wali

    Ever wonder how museum exhibits are made? Join Alaka Wali as she discusses how the Field Museum (Chicago) approached their recent renovation of the Native North America hall.  Wali will explain the museum’s collaborative approach that involved working with an advisory committee of Native American scholars, museum professionals, artists, and activists.  The Field Museum also reached out to over 100 people across the United States and Canada to bring Native American voices and perspectives into the exhibition display.  The process also led to the beginning of reforms in how the museum provides access to the anthropology collections for source communities and how they are conceptualizing stewardship of the collections with Native American Tribes and First Nations.


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    • 20 Oct 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Virtual
    GIS and Archaeology: Real World Examples of How GIS Can Benefit Archaeologists

    Program Instructor: Teresa L. Gregory

    In this course, the instructor will introduce real world examples of GIS platforms and applications that benefit the study of cultural and natural resources. Attendees will learn about cutting-edge Esri GIS software (ArcGIS Pro, Enterprise, AGOL, Monitor, Survey123) for data collection and manipulation; Adobe Acrobat/Sign for reviewing and signing documents; Python (ArcPy) for coding and creating more efficient GIS tools; Microsoft Azure Government Cloud Server for data storage; and much more. These products can aide archaeologists in smaller, simple projects or multi-scalar larger projects. GIS can be enjoyable and helpful from start to finish for archaeological projects.


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    • 21 Oct 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Williamsburg, Virginia

    COVA Fall 2022 Meeting

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    • 21 Oct 2022
    • 8:00 PM
    • Palm Beach Museum of Natural History, the Mall at Wellington Green 10300 Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington, FL 33414 United States

    Snake Queens Of Waka` And Beyond: Royal Women Of The Snake Realm And Their Imprint On Classic Maya Rulership

    AIA Society: South Florida
    Lecturer: Olivia Navarro-Farr

    My talk focuses on the symbolic significance of Classic Maya royal queens of the snake realm and their political power which rose prominently during the Late Classic under the auspices of that regime. Their hypogamous marriages to subordinate vassal polities throughout the southern Maya lowlands created a network of alliances that elevated the snake realm’s hegemony. Utilizing the Indigenous ontology of gender complementarity as a foundational creation principle, I argue the power of these snake Queens was grounded not just in their association with that regime, but as women with the attendant implications of fecundity and reproductive power as central to their political cachet. These power domains, steeped in the potent magic of fertility, were also central to their rule as conjurers and diviners, acts of sorcery themselves metaphorically linked to birth and birth work. Orienting my position from the ancient city of Waka’, I review the substantial archaeological and epigraphic data surrounding two such queens who ruled during the 6th and 7th centuries, respectively. I evaluate how these lines of evidence permit keen understanding of their governing strategies, their wielding of sacred power, and how the people they ruled ancestralized them in memory for generations to follow, cementing their legacy within Waka’s social and political landscape and beyond.


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    • 25 Oct 2022
    • 6:00 PM
    • McClung Museum Auditorium, University of Tennessee, Knoxville 2704 Kingston Pike Knoxville, TN 37919 United States

    Life And Death Of A Christian Community In Roman Sicily: Recent Researches In The Catacombs Of St. Lucy At Siracusa

    AIA Society: East TN (Knoxville)
    Lecturer: Davide Tanasi

    The Catacombs of St. Lucy represent one of the oldest and most important monuments related to the Christian communities of Siracusa and Sicily in the Late Roman period. The name of the complex derives from the tradition that Saint Lucy, martyred during the reign of Diocletian in the early 4th century CE, was buried there. Beneath the modern homonymous square, a large underground cemetery slowly developed throughout the 3rd, 4th and 5th centuries CE, incorporating previous structures and hypogea used for funerary, cultural and industrial purposes that were then transformed into monumental burial chambers. The presence of the tomb of St. Lucy guaranteed a certain popularity to the complex even after the end of its use as a cemetery in the 6th century CE. The second largest catacombs in the city, St. Lucy’s was subject to exploration since the end of the 19th century, with major excavations conducted in the 1920s and 1950s in the four main regions in which it is divided (A-C). After a long hiatus in the archaeological investigations, new excavations and researches started in 2013 focusing on three still unexplored areas of the Region C with the goal to shed light on the complex history of the site, re-interpreting the pre-Roman structures incorporated in the underground cemetery and reassessing the Late Antique and Early Medieval phases of reuse. 3D digitization methods have been used to map the labyrinthine and multi-levelled cemetery, offering a clear view of its spatial development across several centuries, and to create 3D visualizations that guarantee virtual accessibility for scholars and the public to areas of the catacombs traditionally inaccessible. Bio-archaeological study and chemical and genetic analyses conducted on the skeletal remains of individuals identified during the excavations have produced significant novel data to assess the dietary habits, health status and living standards of a representative group of this Late Roman Christian community allowing for a reassessment of the limited evidence offered by the written sources.


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    • 25 Oct 2022
    • 6:15 PM
    • Virtual

    VIRTUAL - Goddesses, Whores, Vampyres And Archaeologists: Uncovering Ancient Mytilene

    AIA Society: Philadelphia
    Lecturer: Hector Williams

    Mytilene was one of the most famous and wealthy cities of the northeastern Aegean and the most important city on the island of Lesbos. Home to the great lyric poets Sappho and Alkaios, it flourished down to the end of antiquity. The talk will present two areas of the city that we have excavated: a sanctuary of the fertility goddesses, Demeter and Kore, on the acropolis, with its many altars and hundreds of votive dedications and a multi-period site near the large North Harbour. This site contained material ranging from an 18th century Ottoman cemetery with a vampire burial down to a rich range of imported fine painted pottery from just after the time of Sappho. Later on it became a Hellenistic industrial district and then a Roman villa that in the late Roman period seems to have become a tavern/brothel.


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    • 26 Oct 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • Andrews Hall, Room 101, College of William & Mary 605 Jamestown Road Williamburg, VA 23185 United States

    Climate Change In The Arctic: It’s Happening Fast, And It’s Happened Before

    Joukowsky Lecture


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    • 27 Oct 2022
    • 2:00 PM
    • Virtual

    VIRTUAL - Representing Native American Perspectives On Time: Examples From The Field Museum

    Lecturer: Alaka Wali

    Join Field Museum curator Alaka Wali as she uses examples from the new exhibition, “Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories” to illustrate different dimensions of Native American perspectives on time and history.  Examples will come from an Oneida artist, an Ioway potter, and a Potawatomie cartographer.     During this event there will be ample time to ask questions.


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    • 27 Oct 2022
    • 2:00 PM
    • Virtual

    Representing Native American Perspectives on Time: Examples from the Field Museum

    Lecturer: Alaka Wali

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    • 27 Oct 2022
    • 5:30 PM (CDT)
    • University of Missouri, Columbia (101 Swallow Hall) 230 Jesse Hall Columbia, MO 65211 United States

    Working From Home: Assessing The Significance Of Specialized Craft Production Based In Households In The Aegean Bronze Age

    AIA Society: Central Missouri (Columbia)
    Lecturer: Natalie Abell

    During the Aegean Bronze Age (ca. 3000-1100 BCE), there is abundant evidence for craft production that took place not in centralized administrative palaces but rather in workshops and houses that do not appear to have been under direct palatial oversight. This presentation examines how we can assess whether such production was “specialized” (i.e., targeted for exchange), and suggests that examining the networks that connected non-palatial producers and consumers offers valuable insights into how Aegean economy and society changed over time.


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    • 27 Oct 2022
    • 7:30 PM
    • University of Hawaii, Art Auditorium 2500 Campus Rd Honolulu, 96822

    Otzi The Iceman: Forensic Science And Ancient Medicine In A Cold Case Murder

    AIA Society: Hawaii (Honolulu)
    Lecturer: Patrick Hunt

    “Otzi” was found in an Alpine glacier in 1991 as a still mysterious high-altitude homicide from 5,300 years ago. The remarkable nature of his preservation makes it possible to study his remains in great scientific detail and reconstruct much of his late Neolithic to Early Copper Age life. Not only do we now have his fully sequenced DNA, but we also possess an incredible array of his organic materials including 18 different types of wood products and the surprising medical kit he carried. We can reconstruct his means to offset hypothermia crossing a high altitude pass at 10, 500 feet elevation on the current Italian- Austrian border multiple times in less than three days, most likely because he was a fugitive. While we have many scientific facts about him, we are still perplexed about the murderer[s] and the motive for his death. But we can now even provenance his copper axe and his flint arrowpoints as well as determine the scope of his many medical ailments and where he originated along with some of his complex activities including recent presence in an copper smelting environment due to microscopic hair particles. Whatever else we know or do not yet know about him, we can conclude “Otzi the Iceman” is a oneperson archaeological site and one of the most important archaeological discoveries of the 20th century.


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    • 15 Nov 2022
    • 16 Nov 2022
    • Virtual

    Blood Antiquities: Tomb Raiders, Art Smugglers, and the Black Market in Cultural Treasures

    Lecturer: Tess Davis

    November 15th, 2022 10 PM EST/ 7 PM PST

    November 16th, 2022 7 PM EST/ 4 PM PST

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    • 17 Nov 2022
    • 2:00 PM
    • Virtual

    The Wild, Wild East: Combating the Black Market in Ancient Asian Art

    Lecturer: Tess Davis

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    • 8 Dec 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Virtual

    Advocacy for Archaeologists: Building Strong Relationships with Local, State, and Federal Policymakers

    Instructor: Suanna Selby Crowley

    Archaeology and archaeological resources are in the spotlight as never before. Digital, print, and traditional media raise tremendous awareness for discoveries and cultural data. This enhanced visibility means that researchers and historic preservation professionals need better tools to shape policy on issues such as preservation, repatriation, funding, access, and equity. How can archaeologists become skilled advocates for important research and resources? This workshop will introduce the methods and best practices of cultivating outreach to federal, state, and local policymakers. Learn how to start the conversation, create impact, and follow up with lawmakers for positive change.


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    • 17 Jan 2023
    • 18 Jan 2023
    • Virtual

    The Good Kings: Absolute Power in Ancient Egypt and the Modern World

    Lecturer: Kara Cooney

    January 17th, 2023 10 PM EST/ 7 PM PST

    January 18th, 2022 7 PM EST/ 4 PM PST


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    • 26 Jan 2023
    • 2:00 PM
    • Virtual

    Ramses the Great: Power and Patriarchy

    Lecturer: Kara Cooney

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    • 21 Feb 2023
    • 22 Feb 2023
    • Virtual

    A Maritime Small World in Western Cyprus: Yeronisos Island, Maniki Harbor and Cape Drepanum

    Lecturer:  Joan Connelly 

    February 21st, 2023 10 PM EST/ 7 PM PST

    February 22, 2023 7PM EST/ 4 PM PST

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    • 23 Feb 2023
    • 2:00 PM
    • Virtual

    The People of Cape Drepanum, Cyprus: A Rock Cut Family Tomb of Hellenistic and Roman Date

    Lecturer: David Carballo

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    • 9 Mar 2023
    • (MST)
    • 11 Mar 2023
    • (MST)
    • 472 Main St, Ouray, CO 81427

    Annual CCPA Meeting

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    • 14 Mar 2023
    • 15 Mar 2023
    • Virtual

    Collison of Worlds: An Archaeological Perspective on the Spanish Invasion of Aztec Mexico

    Lecturer: David Carballo

    March 14th, 2023 10 PM EST/ 7 PM PST

    March 15th, 2023 7 PM EST/ 4 PM PST


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    • 16 Mar 2023
    • (PDT)
    • 19 Mar 2023
    • (PDT)
    • Marriott Oakland City Center

    Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting


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    • 23 Mar 2023
    • 2:00 PM
    • Virtual

    Traitors of Native Conquistadors? The Role of Tlaxcala in the Fall of Aztec Mexico

    Lecturer: David Carballo

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    • 14 Apr 2023
    • 16 Apr 2023
    • DuBois, PA

    THE SOCIETY FOR PENNSYLVANIA ARCHAEOLOGY 92st ANNUAL MEETING


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    • 18 Apr 2023
    • 19 Apr 2023
    • Virtual

    With, For and By: Doing Archaeology in a Grand Ronde Way

    Lecturer: Sara Gonzalez 

    April 18th, 2023 10 PM EST/ 7 PM PST

    April 19th, 2023 7 PM EST/ 4 PM PST

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    • 27 Apr 2023
    • 2:00 PM
    • Virtual

    The Science of Storytelling

    Lecturer: Sara Gonzalez

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Past events

29 Sep 2022 Healing the Body: How Scientific Archaeology is Revealing Medicinal Practices of Enslaved Peoples
29 Sep 2022 Archaeology of Cremation: From Big Questions to Archaeological Excavation and Bioarchaeological Analysis
20 Sep 2022 New approaches to the Archaeology of disease: Climate, Imperialism and Malaria In the Indian Ocean
9 Sep 2022 AAC Fall Conference Call For Papers
15 May 2022 Daily Lives In An Age Of Empires: Local Economic Life During The Late Bronze Age (1600-1200 BCE, Turkey)
28 Apr 2022 Adventures With Animal Mummies
28 Apr 2022 The Problem With Prostitutes
28 Apr 2022 Rituals Of The Everyday: Neighborhood Diversity In The Urbanization Of Cahokia
26 Apr 2022 Dreams, Drugs, And Fumigations: Doctoring In Ancient Athens
26 Apr 2022 The Archaeology Of A Viking Age Chieftain’s Power Center In Mosfell Valley, Iceland
26 Apr 2022 Bronze Age Monkeys And The Case For Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
23 Apr 2022 Dying To Explore: The Archaeology Of Sir John Franklin’s 3rd Arctic Expedition
21 Apr 2022 Why We Repatriate: 15 Years On The Arc Of Restorative Justice At The Denver Museum Of Nature & Science
14 Apr 2022 Ruined Gardens Of Babylon: Dark Ecology And Heritage Politics In The Middle East
14 Apr 2022 Street Theater: A Pompeian Neighborhood In Five Acts
14 Apr 2022 Bronze Age Monkeys And The Case For Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
14 Apr 2022 Coastal Heritage And Climate Change—A Monumental Challenge To Preserve The Past In The 21st Century
14 Apr 2022 Keepers Of Time: Ancient Egyptian Sundials And Water Clocks
13 Apr 2022 Synoikismos: The Formation And Form Of Ancient Greek Cities
13 Apr 2022 The Application Of LiDAR Scanning For The Documentation Of Ancient Cities And Regions
13 Apr 2022 The Body Poetic: How Identity Is Formed, Negotiated, And Renegotiated Through Interaction Between The Living And The Dead
13 Apr 2022 An Introduction To The Archaeology Of Childhood
13 Apr 2022 Sensing The Past: Sensory Experiences In Ancient Mesopotamia
7 Apr 2022 The Lost Valley Of The Crescent Moon: 30 Years Of Research In Petra, Jordan
7 Apr 2022 Ancestors, Warriors, Looters: Aidonia And The TAPHOS Project
7 Apr 2022 Race, America, And Ancient Greece
7 Apr 2022 A Tale Of Two Wells: Birth, Death, And Midwives In Ancient Greece
6 Apr 2022 Roman Baths Here, There, And Everywhere
6 Apr 2022 Block By Block: Piecing Together Athenian Democracy
6 Apr 2022 The Archaeology Of Cheese: Cattle, Strainers, Chemistry, And Genes
6 Apr 2022 A Feminist History Of Ancient Medicine
5 Apr 2022 Currents And Commodities: How Oceanographic Effects Influenced The Prehistoric Colonization Of Islands
5 Apr 2022 Block By Block: Piecing Together Athenian Democracy
4 Apr 2022 Exploring Fragments: Digital Approaches To The Study Of Athenian Vase Painting
31 Mar 2022 Ramesside Royal Women’s Tombs, The Book Of The Dead, And The Deir El-Medina Iconographic Tradition
28 Mar 2022 Lost Landscapes Of Sicily, Italy. Submerged Cities And Ancient Shorelines From Prehistory To The Roman Period
27 Mar 2022 Not A Taboo: Maternal Undress In Etruscan Mirror Iconography
25 Mar 2022 Street Theater: A Pompeian Neighborhood In Five Acts
24 Mar 2022 Digging Aunt Jemima And Uncle Ben: The Archaeology Of Enslaved Cooks
23 Mar 2022 Choices And Changes: 13th Century Revitalization Of Cahokia, Native North America’s First City
22 Mar 2022 Lost Landscapes Of Sicily, Italy. Submerged Cities And Ancient Shorelines From Prehistory To The Roman Period
22 Mar 2022 Heroes On The Move: Greek Heroes In The Hellenistic World
22 Mar 2022 When Gods And Heroes Retreat: The Death Of Myth On Roman Sarcophagi
22 Mar 2022 Working The Night Shift: Life After Dark In The Ancient World
21 Mar 2022 Plaster Cast Collections And The 21st Century University
21 Mar 2022 Halieis. An Ancient Greek City Lost And Found
21 Mar 2022 Charismatic Rulers And Spatial Void In A Material World: Art From The Akkadian Empire, C. 2350-2150 BCE
20 Mar 2022 Across The Ocean Blue: Evidence For Precolumbian Voyages And Contacts
20 Mar 2022 Bronze Age Monkeys And The Case For Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
20 Mar 2022 Philippianus And His Late Roman Estate: Recent Excavations At Gerace, Central Sicily
18 Mar 2022 Foreigners As Symbols In Ancient Egyptian Tombs (1550-1372 BCE)
17 Mar 2022 Humans And Alcohol: The Archaeology Of A Deeply Entangled Relationship
16 Mar 2022 The Journey Of A Colossal Roman Statue: From Rome To Boston
15 Mar 2022 21st Century Tools For Studying Ice Age Art
15 Mar 2022 Humans And Alcohol: The Archaeology Of A Deeply Entangled Relationship
13 Mar 2022 Counterfeit Goods In The Roman Commercial Landscape
13 Mar 2022 Choices And Changes: 13th Century Revitalization Of Cahokia, Native North America’s First City
11 Mar 2022 When Gods And Heroes Retreat: The Death Of Myth On Roman Sarcophagi
10 Mar 2022 Set Apart From Within: Articulated Women In Commingled Tombs From Early Bronze Age Arabia
10 Mar 2022 A Phonetic Zoo: The Origins Of Egyptian Hieroglyphic Writing
10 Mar 2022 Humans And Alcohol: The Archaeology Of A Deeply Entangled Relationship
9 Mar 2022 Humans And Alcohol: The Archaeology Of A Deeply Entangled Relationship
8 Mar 2022 The Archaeology Of Ancient Greek Dress
7 Mar 2022 Vital Voids: Cavities And Holes In Mesoamerican Material Culture
6 Mar 2022 Unearthed Voices From The First Emperor Of Qin’s Unification Of China
6 Mar 2022 The Application Of LiDAR Scanning For The Documentation Of Ancient Cities And Regions
5 Mar 2022 Gender, Creator Deities, And The Public Image Of Sobekneferu
5 Mar 2022 The Angkorian World: Polity And Cosmos In Southeast Asia
5 Mar 2022 Central Plains Maize Farming And The Cahokian Diaspora
3 Mar 2022 Religious Ritual On Board The Greco-Roman Ship
3 Mar 2022 Coastal Heritage And Climate Change—A Monumental Challenge To Preserve The Past In The 21st Century
3 Mar 2022 Ramesside Royal Women’s Tombs, The Book Of The Dead, And The Deir El-Medina Iconographic Tradition
3 Mar 2022 Preparing to Direct Your First Field Project: Safety and Logistical Considerations
2 Mar 2022 20,000 Leagues Under The Wine-Dark Sea
1 Mar 2022 In The Footsteps Of Roman Soldiers: Excavations At Vindolanda And The Archaeological Landscape Of Hadrian’s Wall
25 Feb 2022 Sensing The Past: Sensory Experiences In Ancient Mesopotamia (A 4-D Presentation)
24 Feb 2022 Roman Baths Here, There, And Everywhere
24 Feb 2022 The Art Of Wine Flinging: Kylix And Kottabos At The Greek Symposium
23 Feb 2022 Digging Through Walls: Enslaved Africans And The Building Of Stratford Hall
21 Feb 2022 Untold Stories At The Museum Of The Bible. Artifacts, Provenance, And Bias In The Contact Zone
17 Feb 2022 Boomtown Blues: Archaeologies Of Expansion And Collapse In Amazonia
7 Feb 2022 Between Rich And Poor In The Roman City: A New Look At The Socio-Economic Texture Of A Pompeian Sub-Elite Neighborhood
5 Feb 2022 Archaeology Of Tattoos And Skin Art
30 Jan 2022 Sensing The Past: Sensory Experiences In Ancient Mesopotamia (A 4-D Presentation)
29 Jan 2022 Climate Change To Culture Change? The Case Study Of The Copper To Early Bronze Age Transition In Iberia Presented By Katina Lillios, PhD, University Of Iowa
27 Jan 2022 Step by Step: Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the National Environmental Policy Act
22 Jan 2022 AIA Annual Faculty Lecture: “Mixed Multitudes”: Displacement And Belonging In Ancient Sicily, With Prof. Randall Souza (Seattle University)
9 Dec 2021 Documentation and e106
7 Dec 2021 Dig Up the Funding: Strategic Ways to Increase Support for Research and Public Outreach
2 Dec 2021 Uncovering The Place Of Uni: Archeological Excavations At The Ancient Etruscan Site Of Poggio Colla In Italy
1 Dec 2021 An Outline for Teaching Curation in the Classroom and in the Field
17 Nov 2021 The Journey Of A Colossal Roman Statue: From Rome To Boston
17 Nov 2021 Virtual Heritage and Public Archaeology
17 Nov 2021 2021 Annual AAA Meeting
11 Nov 2021 Humans And Alcohol: The Archaeology Of A Deeply Entangled Relationship
10 Nov 2021 Humans And Alcohol: The Archaeology Of A Deeply Entangled Relationship
8 Nov 2021 Death Comes To The Theban Sacred Band: Skeletons From The Battle Of Chaironeia (338 BC)
8 Nov 2021 Vitality Materialized: On The Piercing And Adornment Of The Body In Mesoamerica
7 Nov 2021 Heroes On The Move: Greek Heroes In The Hellenistic World
6 Nov 2021 SEAC ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING
4 Nov 2021 State Formation In Anglo-Saxon England
4 Nov 2021 Ritual At The Crossroads: A Sacred Stone In Ancient Athens
3 Nov 2021 The Spirit Of Repatriation Under NAGPRA
2 Nov 2021 Awash In Innuendo At The Baths Of Caracalla
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
28 Oct 2021 Bird/Egg, Pen/Hand, Torch/Deer? Pairs Of Ordinary Objects On Roman Coins
27 Oct 2021 Shrouded In Mystery: Reconstructing The Cultural Contexts Of Funerary Shrouds From Roman Egypt
27 Oct 2021 Uncovering The Place Of Uni: Archeological Excavations At The Ancient Etruscan Site Of Poggio Colla In Italy
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
22 Oct 2021 The Ancient City: Lessons For A Modern Age
21 Oct 2021 The Shock Of The New? Writing And The Propagation Of Religious Ideology In Early Islam
21 Oct 2021 Surviving The Maya Collapse At Actuncan, Belize
21 Oct 2021 Andromeda, Alexander, And Ascalos: Founders And Foundation Myths In The Roman Near East
19 Oct 2021 Let Them Rest In Peace: The Sacred Burials Of Frescoes, Pots, And Rooms In The House Of The Frescoes At Knossos
19 Oct 2021 Exploring Power Dynamics, Responsibility, and Accountability in Archaeological Practice: Part II
17 Oct 2021 Magellan’s Pacific Crossing: New Discoveries In One Of The World’s Greatest Voyages
17 Oct 2021 Aridity And Adaptation Among Arabian Bronze Age Communities: Investigating Mobility And Climate Change Using Isotope Analysis
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
12 Oct 2021 Exploring Power Dynamics, Responsibility, and Accountability in Archaeological Practice: Part I
8 Oct 2021 Disability Accommodations In Ancient Greece
7 Oct 2021 21st Century Tools For Studying Ice Age Art
6 Oct 2021 An Introduction To The Archaeology Of Childhood
6 Oct 2021 Tracing The Origins Of Art
5 Oct 2021 Homer And The Archaeology Of Crete
5 Oct 2021 Children At Work And Play Making Pottery In Ancient Cyprus
5 Oct 2021 Historic Ceramics Identification
4 Oct 2021 The Lost Valley Of The Crescent Moon: 30 Years Of Research In Petra, Jordan
3 Oct 2021 Irresistible Logic: Rupestrian Art And Graphic Writing In The Kongo World
30 Sep 2021 Tracing The Origins Of Art
30 Sep 2021 Marbles And Marines: The U.S. Mediterranean Squadron And The Earliest American Excavations In The Mediterranean
30 Sep 2021 An Introduction to Effective Mentoring in Archaeology
29 Sep 2021 Andromeda, Alexander, And Ascalos: Founders And Foundation Myths In The Roman Near East
29 Sep 2021 Girls Will Be Boys? Investigating Images Of Athletic Women In Ancient Etruscan Art
29 Sep 2021 Currents And Commodities: How Oceanographic Effects Influenced The Prehistoric Colonization Of Islands
12 Aug 2021 Technical Editing for CRM
22 Jul 2021 Reframing Public Outreach: Addressing Historically Underrepresented Communities in CRM
25 Jun 2021 Advanced Metal Detecting for the Archaeologist
27 May 2021 Crow Canyon Archaeology Lecture Series - Revisiting Chaco Road Morphology and Meaning with Sean Field
25 May 2021 LiDAR Recordation Techniques for Cultural Resources: Selecting an Application for Your Project
22 May 2021 AIA Lecture Series: Munyaradzi Elton Sagiya, Curator Of Archaeology, National Museums And Monuments Of Zimbabwe, PhD Candidate, University Of Zimbabwe​ Indigenous Knowledge, Skills And Practices In Conserving Great Zimbabwe
20 May 2021 Crow Canyon Archaeology Lecture Series - The Hisatsinom Chapter presents How Connected Was the Chaco World? A Social Network Perspective
16 May 2021 AIA Lecture Series: The Monsoon Sea: Glimpses Of An Ancient Indian Ocean World
13 May 2021 Crow Canyon Archaeology Lecture Series - Fancy in Utah: Precious and Exotic Artifacts from the Bluff and Edge of the Cedars Great House Sites
10 May 2021 Indiana University of Pennslyvanian
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
12 Jan 2021 Professional Rock Art Recording: Simplified and Accurate
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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