Famous Archaeologists worldwide

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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R. Gordon Wasson
Experiences with the magic mushrooms apparently had a profound effect ...
Rainer Henn
Rainer Henn was the head of the mission devoted to ...
Rakhaldas D. Bandyopadhyay
Discovery of Mohenjo-daro and Harappa civilizations won the Jubilee Research Prize ...
Ralph Beals
Ralph's main contribution to anthropology is his detailed ethnological investigation ...



Raymond Dart
Raymond Dart is best known for his discovery in 1924 ...
Raymond DeMallie
DeMallie is also an addition professor of Folklore at Indiana ...
Richard Dawkins
Some of the awards won by Richard Dawkins are: Royal ...
Richard E.W. Adams
Adams excavated many Mayan Lowland sites in Mesoamerica. From his projects, ...
Richard King Beardsley
Richard King Beardsley has won the Guggenheim Fellowships award in ...
Richard Leakey
Richard formed the Kenya Museum Associates (now Kenya Museum Society) ...
Richard M. Dorson
Dorson has been called the "Father of American folklore"and "the ...
Robert  Connolly
He is having leadership positions on Board of Directors, Davies ...
Robert Ascher
Ascher is well known for creating films about myths. Some ...
Robert Henry Codrington
Robert Henry Codrington was an Anglican priest and anthropologist who ...
Robert Koldewey
Koldewey unearthed many of its features including the outer walls, ...
Robert Leonard Carnerio
Carneiro's theory of the state of formation - "Carneiro's Circumscription ...
Robert McCormick Adams
Some of the published works of Robert McCormick Adams are: The ...
Robert Paul Austerlitz
In the summer of 1994,he received an honorary doctorate from ...
Roger Curtis Green
Professor at The University of Auckland, and member of the ...
Roland Burrage Dixon
Dixon was Franz Boas's first doctoral student, and Dixon's early ...
Ronald  Hutton
Hutton's books on paganism have received some criticism from certain ...
Ronald Jack Scarlett
1950 he joined Canterbury Museum as a recorder of collections ...
Ruth Fulton Benedict
Ruth Fulton Benedict was one of the first female ...
Ruth Sawtell Wallis
The first Azilian skeleton was known to be found by ...
Ralph Cassady Jr.
Ralph Cassady won awards,such as The American Marketing ...
Ram Chandra Kak
He was Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir during 1945-7. ...
Robert Ardrey
Honours and Awards: 1935: Sergel Drama prize. 1937: Guggenheim fellowship. 1940: Sidney Howard ...
Robert Hamilton Barlow
Barlow gathered many documents and recorded present day living languages ...
Roger Marius Cesar Bastide
Bastide received the Legion d'honnuer and also taught at the ...