A publication of the Archaeological Institute of America
News and Notes from the World of Archaeology
Oil Spill Threatens HistoryArchaeologists are racing to document the Gulf Coast's extensive shell middens, military forts, and historical fishing camps before they are mired in toxic gunk.
Digging A French RepastSwiss artist Daniel Spoerri's Lunch Under the Grass (1983) is excavated, offering a particular insight into the pretensions of the French intellectual and artistic elite 30 years ago.
Mesoamerica's Pyramid PioneersWhat may be Mesoamerica's oldest known pyramid tomb, the 2,700-year-old crypt of a high-status man who died in his 50s, has been discovered.
World RoundupRecent discoveries around the globe
Off the GridJerald T. Milanich of the Florida Museum of Natural History suggests a stop at Crystal River Archaeological State Park.