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Important Discoveries in Archaeology
  • Amesbury Archer
    Amesbury Archer Amesbury Archer (or King of Stonehenge) is an early Bronze Age man, dating to around 2300 BC. His grave is of particular importance because of the rich valuables and the earliest gold objects ever found in England.
  • Otzi the Ice mummy
    Otzi the Ice mummy Otzi the Iceman is well naturally preserved mummy of a man. The man who was been captured in Ice was believed to be over 53 centuries old (3300 BC).
Earliest recorded person in history
The earliest recorded person in history that most present day scholars agree really existed is JESUS.

 
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Movies based on Archaeology
Movies based on Archaeology
Each and every Archaeology relavent films are having the details of film name, film director, Awards.


Archaeology Conferences Worldwide 2012
Membership of the society ensures that you are kept informed of all the important issues affecting museum archaeolosgy today. It also brings with it free publications, and attend training seminars.

Annual Conference 2012
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Archaeological Monuments
Archaeological Monuments
Archaeological Monuments by country
A monument is a type of structure either explicitly created to commemorate a person or important event or which has become important to a social group as a part of their remembrance of past events.

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Archaeological Abbrevations
An abbreviation (from Latin brevis, meaning "short") is a shortened form of a word or phrase. Here we have a list of abbrevations related to history and archaeology.

Archaeological Abbrevations
Archaeological Abbrevations
World Museums Collections
World Museums Collections
Famous museums by country
Museums enable people to explore collections for inspiration, learning and enjoyment. They are institutions that collect, safeguard and make accessible artifacts and specimens, which they hold in trust for society.


Archaeological Organisations

Societies, academic institutions, professional bodies and commercial firms operating in the field of archaeology.

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Archaeology is the scientific study of past human lives and activities through material objects. There are many great men and women archaeologists that have contributed significantly to the field of archaeology. This page provides a short and snappy list of famous archaeologist throughout the globe categorized alphabetically. You can also view the archaeologist categorized on the basis of country by using the link above.

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