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Learning from the past while digging in the present. A journal and educational portal for archaeology students and interested minds.



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ARCHAEOLOGY NEWS (August 2, 2016)– Ancient Digger brings you the latest archaeology news and headlines everyday of the week!Prehistoric Native American Fishing Camp Found in New JerseyAncient hearths and some 1,300 artifacts, including unglazed cer...

Morning Ancient Diggers. I was contacted about a wonderful opportunity for those of you interested in digs pertaining to prehistory. The archaeological fieldschool in Jersey, Channel Islands is located at Les Varines, a Magdalenian settlement site ap...

Even before I began my education in anthropology and archaeology, I had read several books on theory and method, as well as researched diverse cultures and multiple religions. However, once I started taking classes, the required course books became s...

The Archaeology and Anthropology Internships, Scholarships, Books, Tools and Resources page was created to provide you with helpful resources before and during your archaeological career.  I have included the popular Top Archaeology and Anthropo...

An ancient scarab dating as far back as 18th century BCE, and belonging to a senior Egyptian official of the Thirteenth Pharaonic Dynasty,  has been discovered by an Israeli amateur birdwatcher.Alexander Ternopolsky was birdwatching near the Tel...

There are 59 days left until my husband and I head to Aruba, Curacao, and Grand Turk. I wanted to thank many of your for your suggestions on historical sites to visit while there. We already have some excursions planned, but this time around, we may...

The most comprehensive exhibition of Greek art and artifacts ever to tour outside Greece opened at the Field Museum of Chicago on November 25. This highly recommended show will be on view until April 10. From Chicago, it will move to the National Geo...