Latest archaeology News

Ancient Genomic Insights Into Early Peopling of Caribbean
Artifacts found on Taungurung Country
Ancient Genomes Link Subsistence Change and Human Migration in Northern China
Heightened Interaction Between Neolithic Migrants and Hunter-Gatherers in Western Europe
Human Mobility and Western Asia’s Early State-Level Societies
Repatriating unexpected treasures in Arnhem Land
History Unearthed In Heart Of Melbourne
Signs of historic conflict in rockshelter
Across Atlantic: Phoenicians found to have influenced early Germanic people
Oldest Upper Paleolithic Homo sapiens in Europe
Ancient DNA paints genetic portrait of Andes civilisations
Arts and Sciences announces first Humanities Scholars
Australian National maritime museum launches new content for remote school learning
Clues to pandemic rebounds from past
Direct Evidence of Late Pleistocene Human Colonization of Isolated Islands Beyond Wallace’s Line
Deeper dig into ‘giant wombat’ bone marks raises more questions than answers
Earth Day shows a fragile planet
Origin of Feces: coproID Reliably Predicts Sources of Ancient Poop
Bringing back colour to ancient Egyptian coffins
Stay-at-home with Australia’s sea Museum these school holidays
Societal Transformations and Resilience in Arabia Across 12,000 Years of Climate Change
Fossil discoveries rewrite our history
New lecture series introduces research at ancient Sardis
Patrick Roberts of Department of Archaeology Named Member of Global Young Academy
Tracey Banivanua Mar Fellows appointed
Neanderthals and modern humans more similar than thought
Axe marks spot: dig for artefacts confirms New Guinea’s Neolithic period
Axe marks spot: archaeological dig confirms Neolithic period in New Guinea
Publishing in March: Cambridge World History of Violence
Aboriginal scars from frontier wars
Maize, not metal, key to native settlements’ history in NY
World-first exhibition on Pacific’s past spans 19 countries
Global nature of Archaeology at Southampton leads to top 50 world ranking
La Trobe excels in QS subject rankings
How Millets sustained Mongolia’s Empires
Astronomers detect biggest explosion in history of Universe
Human Populations survived Toba volcanic super-eruption 74,000 years ago
Oldest Irish ‘clachan’ found in SA
La Trobe class of 2020
Ancient dwarfism skeleton tells story of acceptance
Dishing dirt on an early man cave
Call for new ACT Heritage Council members
Silk Road Origins of Foods We Eat” by Dr. Robert N. Spengler III
Ancient Roman port history unveiled
New book tells story of Whenua Hou
Hangzhou’s Liangzhu Archaeological Site joins UNESCO World Heritage Site club
Thinking big: Philosophers gather in Wollongong for annual conference
Archeological mystery solved with modern genetics