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Articles with keyword "Archaeology"

Gilded statue of Tut

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King Tut: A Classic Blockbuster Museum Exhibition That Began as a Diplomatic Gesture

When the boy-king was the hottest ticket in town

NEH Program Officer Jennifer Serventi to Attend 2015 Joint Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America and the Society for Classical Studies

By NEH Staff

Jennifer Serventi, Senior Program Officer in the Office of Digital Humanities, National Endowment for the Humanities, will be at the upcoming Joint Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America and the Society for Classical Studies (New Orleans, Jan. 8-11, 2015). 

Charles and Anne Lindbergh in plane

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The Lindberghs Photographed Ruins from the Air

Charles and Anne find peace from the paparazzi in the Southwest.

Marble statue of Artemis

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How to Worship Artemis and Get Something in Return

Big show on Mount Solmissos

Miller lanceolate point

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The First Americans

What we think we know about the arrival of Homo sapiens on this continent.

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Excavating the Delta

Bodies found in an ancient cemetery may yield new clues to Cambodia's past.

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South Carolina’s Randy Akers

Randy Akers: telling South Carolina's story.

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Ancestral Bones

Archaeological evidence provides a portrait of the fur-trading Omaha.

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From the Rainforest

An archaeologist on a dig in Guatemala helps recover an ancient Maya masterpiece.

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Recreating Pompey for Modern Eyes

Archaeologists uncover a centuries-old theater complex.