Latest archaeology News

Research shows how hallucinogens shaped prehistoric cave art
Middle Stone Age Populations Repeatedly Occupied West African Coast
Archaeology find in Beechworth deemed important
La Trobe receives $4.1m in ARC grants
Skull shines light on human evolution
Altai Pastoralism Project Funded by National Geographic Society and Wenner-Gren Foundation
Playing detective on a galactic scale: huge new dataset will solve multiple Milky Way mysteries
Population Dynamics and Rise of Empires in Inner Asia
10 Million Euro ERC Synergy Grant Awarded for Study of Cognitive and Cultural Evolution of Numeracy
Bronze Age travel routes revealed using pioneering research method
Resilience and climate change: Archaeologists reveal human adaptability in ancient Turkey
Archaeologists: Ancient Turks adapted to climate change
Denisovan DNA in genome of early East Asians
Languages and Genes Shed Light on pre-Incan Cultural Development in Central Andes
Barunga provides successful cross-cultural learning model
Brewing Up Ancient Beer
Dates announced for Drybread Cemetery Bioarchaeology Project
Study explores family history amid frontier conflict
Researching Australian history, culture
Rainforests not humans drove megafauna extinction in Southeast Asia
Past Tropical Forest Changes Drove Megafauna and Hominin Extinctions
Arnhem Land Maliwawa rock art opens window to past
Southampton rises to 15th in Good University Guide
“COVID-19 is here to stay for foreseeable future” – Field Work in Time of Coronavirus
Revised tree ring data confirms ancient Mediterranean dates
Medieval texts reveal false Royal Navy origins
Archaeological discoveries on a remote Indonesian island provide vital clues about people living there 17,000 years
Patrick Roberts Made National Geographic ‘Explorer’
Warnings on Pilbara and other heritage sites
Researchers unlock secrets of past with new international carbon dating standard
Voyages très extraordinaires of French discovery
Ancient shell llama offering found in Lake Titicaca
Humans may have reached Americas 15,000 years earlier than previously thought
Join ACT Heritage Council in 2021
New book echoes conference on classics, media theory
Study reveals secret life of Lithium in Sun-like stars: created not just destroyed
First Aboriginal cultural sites discovered underwater 50,000 years later
‘Land and Water Revisited’ to livestream for premier
New Ballarat treasure hunt to unveil city’s past
New book chronicles complexities of Roman storage
School holiday events entice visitors back into city
We can all be stargazers – and now is perfect time to start
Kawatiri Coastal Trail work begins
Discovery of Oldest Bow-and-Arrow Technology Outside Africa
Discovery of Oldest Bow and Arrow Technology in Eurasia
New research solves PNG archaeological mysteries
Ancient Genomic Insights Into Early Peopling of Caribbean
Artifacts found on Taungurung Country