January/February 2015 Issue

Features From the Issue

  • Features

    Top 10 Discoveries of 2014

    ARCHAEOLOGY's editors reveal the year's most compelling finds

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    Shipwreck Alley

    From wood to steel, from sail to steam, from early pioneers to established industry, the history of the Great Lakes can be found deep beneath Thunder Bay

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    (Courtesy Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary/NOAA)
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    America's First War

    Uncovering evidence of a little known colonial-era conflict that forever altered the dynamics of Native American and European relations in North America

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    Beyond the Pharaohs

    More than a century after its discovery, a tomb in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings is yielding new insights into who was buried in this elite necropolis

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    Gaul After the Romans

    A cemetery in northwestern France is beginning to expand our knowledge of the emergence of the Merovingian dynasty

Letter From Cambodia

Letter From Cambodia

Storied Landscape

Through centuries—and perhaps even millennia—of cultural, political, and environmental change, Phnom Kulen has retained its central role in the spiritual life of a people

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(Gunther C O Deichmann)




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(Courtesy Anders Rosendahl)

Digs & Discoveries

Off the Grid

Off the Grid January/February 2015

Ferryland, Newfoundland, Canada

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(Courtesy the Colony of Avalon Foundation)

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