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Happy holidays from the Massachusetts Archaeological Society! Here's our #Gift Guide (part 1) for the #archaeology enthusiast!
The Archaeology Gift Guide showcases a variety of items perfect for the archaeologist in your life. See below for links to purchase--and remember to set your Amazon Smile account to support the MAS! Thank you!
Tis the weekend to #ShopSmall! Pick up a MAS Membership for yourself or a friend, and support the preservation of #Massachusetts' archaeological and cultural legacy! Members get special access to the Robbins Museum of Archaeology and other benefits. Check out our online shop for memberships and exclusive publications: www.shop.massarchaeology.org/main.sc And THANK YOU for your support!
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Latest issue of the 'Round the Robbins newsletter from Mass Archaeology. Sign up for future episodes of Diggin' In, maybe buy a book and a membership to support the Society, or catch a video on our YouTube channel. News you can use! #digMass #archaeology #science #culture #history ... See MoreSee Less
Colleagues in Arizona at the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society have announced information about a $5,000 funding award for #archaeology or #history research projects in the Southwest or Northwest Mexico. Special consideration is given to efforts that engage avocational archaeologists. Deadline is December 18. Further details through the link below. Conference on New England Archaeology (CNEA) UMass Boston Historical Archaeology Graduate Program Robert S. Peabody Institute of Archaeology #science #culture #research ... See MoreSee Less