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June 1999-February 2012ARCHAEOLOGY's Interactive Digs

Past digs:

El Carrizal: Rescuing a Mesoamerican Site
Get in on the survey and excavation of El Carrizal, a Formative Period site in Veracruz, Mexico.

Sagalassos: City in the Clouds
We take you to Sagalassos, a classical city perched high in the mountains of southwestern Turkey.

Hierakonpolis: City of the Hawk
Join us as we reveal more about the very dawn of Egyptian civilization and investigate early beer making!

Black Sea Shipwreck Research Project
Join Benjamin Goetsch and his team and their international colleagues as they finish excavation of the Pisa Wreck and begin a survey off the coast of Crimea.

Distilling the Past
Explore George Washington's post-presidential career as a whiskey distiller at Mount Vernon.

Revealing Ancient Bolivia
Return with archaeologists to Tiwanaku, the mysterious site high in the Andes.

Letters from Arizona
Join Forest Archaeologist Peter Pilles as he excavates Elden Pueblo.

Diving with the Dead
Editor Kristin Romey explores sacred Maya cenotes in the Yucatán.

In Vesuvius' Shadow
Join our search for the patricians and slaves who lived in Pompeii.

A Puzzle in the Petén
How did the Maya site of Waka' fit into the struggle between two superpowers?

Search for the Maya Underworld
Follow a special expedition to find untouched caves in the jungle of Belize.

Petra's Great Temple
Visit the ancient Nabataean city of Petra and watch as a Great Temple is rediscovered.

Beneath the Black Sea
Searching for shipwrecks off Ukraine's Crimea Peninsula

Brooklyn's Eighteenth-century Lott House
Uncover the buried past of a Dutch family living on the fringes of a burgeoning city.

Recent Digs...

CRETE | VERACRUZ | BLACK SEA | SAGALASSOS | EGYPT | BOLIVIA | ARIZONA | YUCATAN | POMPEII | MT. VERNON | WAKA' | CIVIL WAR | BELIZE | JORDAN | CRIMEA | BROOKLYN
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