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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...
Starting Points
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: What is Archaeology?
    How come you have omitted one of the greatest archaelogist during the 20th century; namely Marija Gimbutas┬┤ work from the list of famous…
    21 July 2017
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    Re: Pottery Experts
    We bought pottery at an estate sale the is signed what looks like Dunlap but could be something else ... it was signed into the clay while the clay…
    21 July 2017
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    Re: Types of Archaeology
    I'm student from Malaysia and I'm interested deep water archeology.
    18 July 2017
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    Re: Academic Qualifications to Be An Archaeologist
    I am in class 11 now, what should I do after class12 in order to become a marine archaeologist.
    9 July 2017
  • Ceejay
    Re: Stone Tool Experts
    Hi my son found what looks like a piece of flint with a hole through the left hand side. It was found in a river in Ferndale South Wales.
    3 July 2017
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    Re: The Bone Expert
    I want to know if we can drill a hole in the middle of the Radius, ulna and our humerus and and have a center strip inside the bone(s) and fill…
    26 June 2017
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    Re: Pottery Experts
    I dug a hole in my yard about the size of a basketball and found 30 pieces of pottery. They are nicely sized pieces. This is in Phoenix just south…
    22 June 2017
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    Re: Academic Qualifications to Be An Archaeologist
    Sir, i am a science student of class 11 and i want to become an archaeologist. What should i do after 12rh…
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    Re: Being Aware of Fake Archaeological Artefacts
    With the the purchase of fakes not only the buyers are deceived, indirectly they support these fake sellers.…
    13 June 2017
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    i have just completed my 12th and will be pursuing either civil or ex engg, as i aspire to become an…
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