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Photo: Steve Bridger, Uxmal

Links related to archaeology presented in somewhat random fashion:

Throwback
Excavating Mexico’s archaeology websites – Ron Mader/Mexico Connect (1999 review of Mexico-related websites)

Flickr
Archaeology
Museo de Bahía de Caráquez
Arqueologia – Marlene Ehrenberg

Twitter Lists
Archaeologists and archaeological organisations – bias towards Ireland, UK, Scotland & environment curated by Adam C Markham

Twitter
@ArchTrav
@w_archaeology
@NPSArcheology
@lostcitymuseum
@ArchaeologyDay
@crow_canyon
@CorneliusKalmar
@drspacejunk
@adamcmarkham

Headlines
How do we know how old the Indigenous Madjedbebe rock shelter is?
Why archaeology needs to come out of the cave and into the digital age

Recommended Listening
Archaeology and artefacts: current threats, future possibilities – Priceless artifacts are being destroyed on an ‘industrial’ scale in conflict zones like Syria and Iraq. But the good news is that modern archaeology has embraced new technologies that allow for increased accuracy and heightened collaboration.

Elsewhere on the Web
wessexarch.co.uk@wessexarch
Smithsonian Magazine
Internet Archaeology
Sacred Sites
Archaeology – National Park Service
Mesoweb
National Anthropology and History Institute (INAH)
Archaeological Institute of America
Arqueologia Mexican
Society for American Archaeology
https://digitalarchaeology.org.uk

Archaeological Institute of America
Founded in 1879, The Archaeological Institute of America is North America’s oldest and largest archaeological organization. Today, the AIA has over 200,000 members and 110 local societies in the United States, Canada, and overseas. The AIA exists to promote archaeological inquiry and public understanding of the material record of the human past worldwide by promoting research; advocating for preservation of the world’s archaeological heritage; and educating people of all ages.
http://www.archaeological.org
archaeologyday
events
join
Facebook
@ArchaeologyDay

Ecuador
Rumipamba Archaeological Site

Embedded Tweets

Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Underwater_archaeology

Planeta.com

Archaeology

Cultural Heritage

Cultural Tourism

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