Conférence et interview

Teotihuacan (Mexique): L'offrande 48 du Projet Tlalocan

Agios Sozomenos (Chypre):  the Late Bronze Age, the new excavations

Apatheia (Grèce): The Mycenaean Chamber Tombs

- Agathonisi (Grèce): An antique apiary

Cheresharnika (Bulgarie):Over 200 coins were found during archaeological diggings

Malte : Archaeologist is on a roll with tale of ancient bread VIDEO

Saqqara (Egypte): découverte des trois cercueils de Tjenet-Akhet

- Idalion (Chypre): The Phoenician Archive

Iklaina (Grèce): the formation of Mycenaean States

Halos (Grèce): Archaeology and an odd polis

Erétrie (Grèce): The raise of an empire on the move

Corinthe (Grèce): The material culture of the humble homes

Samothrace (Grèce)  and the NE Aegean in Prehistory

Zambratija (Croatie): Découverte d’un bateau de l’âge de bronze

Ghajn Tuffieha (Malte): Still discovering things about the Roman baths

Nicosie (Chypre) : excavations in the Bronze Age necropolis

- Spatial organization in Minoan and Mycenaean architecture

Athènes (Grèce): The graffiti on the Propylaia of the Acropolis

Miletos (Grèce): Agora and Town Planning Before and After the Persian Wars

Aetolo-Acarnania (Grèce): “Tracing” Tholos Tombs

Athènes (Grèce): Bouphonia: Killing Cattle on the Acropolis

"Lost" New England Revealed by High-Tech Archaeology

Mygdalia (Grèce): The Mycenaean settlement and the tombs

Saqqara (Egypte): Egyptologist thinks he has found tomb of artist who created famed bust of Nefertiti

Sarawak (Malaisie) : Metal age existed in Kelabit Highlands

Rataria (Bulgarie): Resuming excavations in ancient Roman city

Pompéi (Italie) : Amica, a Roman slave

Journey to the Copper Age: A Video Lecture by Thomas E. Levy

Santa Rita (Belize):Unearthing A Thousand Year Old Burial Crypt

Mariannes du Nord : Dig on Tinian pushes back settlement 3400 years

Drought May Have Killed Sumerian Language

Ce que disent (vraiment) les Mayas

El Peru Waka (Guatemala): GlobalPost interviews the discoverer of the final resting place of Lady K'abel

Stonehenge (G-B): revu et corrigé par des archéologues

Qui étaient vraiment nos ancêtres ?

- Istabl Antar (Egypte): Early Egyptian Islamic site in dire danger

- Deir Mar Musa (Syrie): Desert mystery

Chinese archaeology proves early East-West links

L’Archéologie a retrouvé l’Histoire de France

Failaka Island (Koweit): ‘a treasure land’ for archeological excavations

- Oman : 40 years of explorations along the seashores

Hohokam decorated pots hold clues to vital mystery

- Bhanbore (Pakistan) : Excavation to resume soon

- Sarceaux (France) : Des vestiges gaulois et romains découverts

2012 :les prophéties mayas

Taking tips from Vikings can help us adapt to global change

- Illinois (USA) : Pipestone relics from the Middle Woodland period

Carthagène (Espagne) : Une crise urbaine à la fin du Haut-Empire ?

Thasos (Grèce) : Interview du Pr Arthur Muller

 - Qumran (Israël) : What Are the Dead Sea Scrolls?

 - Des traces de peinture murale à Paquimé

 - Le Mans, naissance aux Jacobins

 - Toulouse : Niel est un site d'intérêt européen

 - Narbonne : "La romanité retrouvée"

 - Samoa hosts Lapita Pacific Achaeological meet

 - Mayas, autodestruction d'une civilisation

 - Les allées couvertes de Kabylie.

 - Ste-Margueritte est un site important du point de vue patrimonial et archéologique

 - Phases of early Buddhism in South India and Sri Lanka

 - Pyramids Represent Prehispanic Foundational Myth

 - "Tout a commencé au néolithique"

 - "Journées de l’Archéologie 2011"

 - "Projet Ambatovy"

 - "BANGALORE: There's some history under our feet"

   " UAE - Archaeologists mourn loss of ancient sites to development"

  - "New archeological discoveries revel at Archaeology of UAE conference"

 - "Aires linguistiques / aires culturelles : études de correspondances en Europe occidentale, zones Manche et Atlantique"

 - "Collapse of Mayan Civilization Blamed on Environmental Damage"

 - "L'archéologie française file un mauvais coton"

 - "Evidence from archaeological digs reveals Chinook wealth "

 - "Une spécialiste de Néandertal « pessimiste sur notre avenir »"

 - "King Tut's wife's tomb may emerge in 2011"

 - "Un trésor archéologique maltraité"

 - "Green archaeology"

 - 'Traces d'une langue disparue"

 - "The origins of wine and beer"

 - "Future of epigraphy in India"

 - "Paupers and the pyramids"

 -Interview d'Henri-Paul Frankfort, CNRS, sur le changement climatique

 - "The first Emperor's terracotta army recruited outside China"

 - "Préhistoires de l'écriture"

 - "Iconographic analysis on murals reveal Maya military life"

 - "Batailles et tectiques militaires dans le Yucatan ..."

 - "Teotihuacan's emblematic monument, the Sun pyramid still an enigma for archaeologists"

 - "Un nouvel axe de recherche : la géoarchéologie"

 - "Representations of Naguals in Prehispanic codices" .


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