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AIA Visits “Terracotta Warriors" in New York
June 7, 2012
Friends of the AIA enjoyed a private tour of the exhibition “Terracotta Warriors: Defenders of China’s First Emperor,” with AIA Academic Trustee Dr. Chen Shen, Senior Curator at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.
Discovery of Oldest-known Maya Calendar
June 6, 2012
Bill Saturno, AIA member and Boston University Assistant Professor of Archaeology, led U.S. scientists in the discovery of oldest-known Maya calendar.
Friends and Guests of Archaeology Attend AIA Gala
May 29, 2012
The annual AIA Gala, the major fundraising and social event of the year for the Archaeological Institute of America, is honored to host eminent members and guests of the archaeological community!
AIA Names Sheila Dillon Editor-in-Chief of AJA
May 23, 2012
AIA President Elizabeth Bartman announced that Sheila Dillon has been named Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Archaeology (AJA).
AIA Spring Gala 2012: Friends of the AIA on the Red Carpet
May 9, 2012
AIA at AIC
May 9, 2012
The AIA is an exhibitor at the American Institute for Conservation’s Annual Meeting in Albuquerque this week.
In Memoriam – Dr. Crawford H. Greenewalt, Jr.
May 7, 2012
On Friday, May 4, Dr. Crawford H. Greenewalt, Jr, the longtime excavation director at Sardis in Turkey, died at the home of his sister in Delaware.
Thanks to All for a Successful Gala!
May 2, 2012
The AIA Spring Gala was a great success.
AIA-Ottawa Society Wins Best AIA Local Society Program Online Contest
May 1, 2012
The AIA-Ottawa Society is the winner of this year's Best AIA Local Society Program online contest!
Dialogue on Open Access
April 27, 2012
A message from AIA President Elizabeth Bartman
Updated Program for AIA Educators' Conference in New Orleans
Join the AIA for an exciting two-day working conference for educators in New Orleans, Louisiana January 9-10, 2015.
Cromlech Tumulus: Week Seventeen
This entry from Achill Island, Ireland, is a description of a small project undertaken in the early spring of 2014 before the main excavations began.
Planned Giving News
Thinking about donating to charity this holiday season? Consider a Charitable Gift Annuity with the Archaeological Institute of America.
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