North America

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Native American Voices on Identity, Art, and Culture

The University Museum’s North American collections are justly famous and owe much of their existence to Louis Shotridge, a Tlingit elder from Southeast Alaska, as well as many anthropologists and curators – among them the redoubtable Frederica de Laguna. To pioneers like Shotridge and de Laguna, the objects they collected had a greater significance than […]

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Life at Harvard 1600s

Students at Harvard University are conducting excavations in their own back yard, in the grounds of Old College

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Privy Digging Condemned

US heritage council tells amateur archaeologists to stop the uncontrolled digging of cesspits

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Alaska’s Rock Art

The intriguing rock art from the Alaskan rock shelters of Tuxedni and Clam Cove

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Antigua

The Archaeology of Antigua in the Caribbean, once at the epicentre of slavery, empire and wealth

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Caribbean Petroglyphs

Michael Chaplan follows in the footsteps of early 20th century archaeologist and surveyor, Thomas Huckerby, in search of Caribbean petroglyphs

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Metropolitan Museum

A missive from the new Greek and Roman Antiquities Gallery of New York’s Metropolitan Museum

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