COVERING THE GAMUT OF PREHISTORY
Evidence of thousands of years of occupation has been found at the Barton site in Maryland.
BY DAVID MALAKOFF
A POTENTIAL THREAT TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES
Though most metal detector users are law abiding, some have used these increasingly sophisticated instruments to loot archaeological sites.
BY ELAINE ROBBINS
AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY’S PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS
OLD SITE, NEW INFORMATION
Annis Village was first excavated more than 60 years ago. The current investigation of Annis is revealing information about this small Mississippian site as well as highlighting the differences between archaeology then and now.
BY NANCY S. GRANT
A PIONEER IN MAYA ARCHAEOLOGY
In the mid-20th century Maya archaeology was exclusively a man’s game.Then Tatiana Proskouriakoff came along.
BY CHAR SOLOMON
THE VIRTUES OF VIRTUAL ARCHAEOLOGY
Virtual technology could have a tremendous impact on archaeology.
BY MICHAEL BAWAYA