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Orissa State Archaeology:

Orissa State Archaeology functioned separately from 1965. Earlier it was attached with State Museum. The main activities of State Archaeology are survey and exploration of monuments and archaeological sites, protection and conservation of monuments having local and State importance, excavation of archaeological sites and publication on it's different activities. So far 222 monuments have been accorded protection as per the Orissa Ancient Monuments Preservation Act of 1956.

Journal of Archaeology, History, and Exploration:

Athena Review first discussed the prospect of focusing a future issue of the journal on the antiquities trade, we had no idea how much the topic would be in the news.

Archaeology Journal by AIS:

Daily archaeological news, plus abstracts and full-length articles from the current issue and back issues with exclusive online articles, books, links, and more

British Archaeology:
The voice of archaeology in Britain and Beyond.

The Naval Museum:
The Naval Museum has a long tradition stretching back to 1752, when Adolf Fredrik, the then King of Sweden decreed, that a Ship's Model Room be established in Karlskrona, and ever since the Museum has been charged with the collection and conservation of artefacts which would document the history and development of Sweden's Navy.

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Underwater Archaeology :
The 2008 Flinders University Underwater Archaeology Field School is currently being held at Portarlington in Victoria, Australia.

Society for historical Archaeology:
Archaeology offers us a different kind of evidence. Historical Archaeology is a kind of scholarship that challenges our certainties in useful ways.

Archaeology & Material Culture:
In the nineteenth century, families came to Indianapolis from the South, Europe, the East, and the rural Midwest and settled in the Circle City. The city's near-Westside became home to many of these new arrivals, including a large African-American community that lived along and near Indiana Avenue.

Forbidden Archaeology:
But the scientific establishment has ignored these remarkable facts because they contradict the dominant views of human origins and antiquity. Cremo and Thompson challenge us to rethink our understanding of human origins, identity, and destiny.

AIS - Archaeological Survey of India:
ARCHNET A guide to archaeological/anthropological/museum resources on the Web anywhere in the world. This is the ultimate 'list of lists' which is probably ultimately linked to everything, anywhere, remotely linked to archaeology.

Aviation archaeology:
Simon Parry's aviation archaeology site. Here we hope to tell you about some of the recent excavations that have been carried out in Europe and to provide useful links to web based resources.

Aviation Archaeological Investigation and Research, AAIR:
AAIR is your source for U.S. military aircraft accident reports and individual aircraft record (history) cards and aviation archaeology information.

South Western Aircraft Archaeology:
The cement foundations of all the camp buildings are present, and many garden perimeters and cement pads with prisoner initials and dates carved in them.

Aviation Archaeology in maine:
A small group of New England amateur Aviation Archaeologists,, affectionately known to our peers as wreckchasers, are working to preserve these stories for future generations.

The Museum of Ontario Archaeology:
The Museum of Ontario Archaeology is a unique Canadian museum devoted to the study, display, and interpretation of the human occupation of Southwestern Ontario over the past 11,000 years. The Museum is located beside the Lawson Prehistoric Iroquoian Village, a site occupied by the Neutral Iroquoians in the 16th century A.D.

Roman Archaeology Group Inc:
The Roman Archaeology Group Inc. was established in 2004.It's to develop and promote Roman Archaeology through the dissemination of information on the subject.