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Archaeology Myths
Archaeology Myths: Archaeology and Curses, Pseudo-Archaeology, China's Terracotta Army,...
Archaeology Specialists
Archaeology Specialists: Stone Tool Experts, Zoologists, Botany and...
Areas of Specialisation
Areas of Specialisation: Defixiones: Curse Tablets, Radio Carbon Dating,...
Famous Archaeologists
Famous Archaeologists: Heinrich Schliemann, Boucher de Perthes,...
Field Archaeology
Field Archaeology: Types of Archaeological Data, Archaeological Excavation, Arc...
Interesting Finds
Interesting Finds: The Jesus Boat, What We Can Learn From Ancient Coins, Understanding...
Places of Interest
Places of Interest: Harappa, Punjab, Greece: The Archaic Period, An Archaeology...
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Starting Points: Academic Qualifications to Be An Archaeologist, Basic Archaeological...
Things to Know
Things to Know: The First People, Early Footprints, Egyptian Mummies, The Mayan...
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    Re: Boucher de Perthes
    I found the article on Boucher and I find it very interesting. If you look at my website, I would like to know if our stories are similar.…
    17 January 2015
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    Re: Academic Qualifications to Be An Archaeologist
    @Chinni. You'd need to ask directly at insittutions looking for archaeologists to see whether you have the…
    18 December 2014
  • chinni
    Re: Academic Qualifications to Be An Archaeologist
    Hello am divya i completed my MCA,but iam very intrested in archiology,present am working in…
    17 December 2014
  • gemmeri
    Re: Nazca Lines and the Nazca Culture
    The glyph now known as "The Hands" is a frog. The glyph known as "The Astronaut" is an ape. The Ancients left markers all…
    29 November 2014
  • Izzy
    Re: Types of Archaeology
    What type of courses are involved in Classical Archaeology?
    25 November 2014
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    Re: Be a Volunteer Archaeologist
    @Sanne. It depends where you would like to go. Search engines are your best option, but here are a few we know of in 2015 (not…
    11 November 2014
  • Sanne
    Re: Be a Volunteer Archaeologist
    I'm interested in going on a dig. I've never done it before, but I'm up for the experience. As for the location I'm open to that…
    10 November 2014
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    Re: Be a Volunteer Archaeologist
    @Stuart. Sorry we cannot offer individual advice via email. There are some digs listed in the London Archaeologist magazine here.
    28 October 2014
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    Re: Be a Volunteer Archaeologist
    Im a first year history student. I'm 28 and have a keen interest in archaeology. I would like to know if you know of any volunteer…
    26 October 2014
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