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Archaeology Myths
Archaeology Myths: Archaeology and Curses, Pseudo-Archaeology, China's Terracotta Army,...
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Archaeology Specialists: Stone Tool Experts, Zoologists, Botany and...
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Areas of Specialisation: Defixiones: Curse Tablets, Radio Carbon Dating,...
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Famous Archaeologists: Heinrich Schliemann, Boucher de Perthes,...
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Field Archaeology: Types of Archaeological Data, Archaeological Excavation, Arc...
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  • rai
    Re: Rock Art, Ancient Communication
    thanks for this article it was helpful.
    5 October 2014
  • ArchaeologyExpert
    Re: How Aerial Photography Helps In Archaeology
    @Dom. Could turn up something interesting. Do you have a way for people to contact you that you can publish here?
    26 September 2014
  • Dom
    Re: How Aerial Photography Helps In Archaeology
    Great article. Came looking since i am currently hooked on simple aerial photography and am looking for more…
    25 September 2014
  • ArchaeologyExpert
    Re: How Aerial Photography Helps In Archaeology
    Thanks for the compliments Daniel :)
    9 September 2014
  • Daniel
    Re: How Aerial Photography Helps In Archaeology
    Great article Gramahame! I couldnt agree more how aerial photography contributes a lot of help in archaeology.…
    9 September 2014
  • ArchaeologyExpert
    Re: Archaeological Surveying
    @None. Sounds like an interesting idea. Write to organisations like English Heritage, National Trust, the National Parks and local…
    29 August 2014
  • None
    Re: Archaeological Surveying
    Please could you help? I live in the south West of Devon Colyton . I am looking for a volunteer home based study in archaeological…
    16 August 2014
  • ArchaeologyExpert
    Re: The Aztecs
    @kamijeOe - there seems to be nothing absolutely conclusive, but it's generally accepted the serpent/feathered serpent of the God Quetzlcoatl is the…
    29 July 2014
  • Kamij0e
    Re: The Aztecs
    Hello there! I really hope, this article is still active, as i am looking for advice. I have been browsing the Internet to find any conclusive answer, as…
    28 July 2014
  • Lewes Phoenix Rising
    Re: Industrial Archaeology
    Lewes Phoenix Industrial Estate has been an important Center of industry from at least the 16th Century wood and paper mills, which in…
    26 July 2014
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