January/February 2018 Issue

Features From the Issue

  • Features

    Top 10 Discoveries of 2017

    ARCHAEOLOGY’s editors reveal the year’s most compelling finds

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  • Features

    Where the Ice Age Caribou Ranged

    Searching for prehistoric hunting grounds in an unlikely place

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    (Paul Nicklen/National Geographic Creative)
  • Features

    New Zealand's First City, Uncovered

    Stories of the founding inhabitants of Christchurch have been brought to light as the rubble from a major earthquake continues to be cleared

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    A View From the Birthplace of Zeus

    Excavations at the Sanctuary of Zeus on Mount Lykaion have revealed the earliest evidence to date associated with the cult of ancient Greece's most powerful Olympian god

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    Angkor Thom's Divine Medicine

    An extensive 12th-century hospital network is being revealed in Cambodia

Letter From Albania

Letter From Albania

A Road Trip Through Time

As a new pipeline cuts its way through the Balkans, archaeologists in Albania are grabbing every opportunity to expose the country’s history—from the Neolithic to the present

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(TAP/G. Shkullaku)



Roman Dog Statue

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(Eve Andreski/Courtesy Gloucester County Council)

Digs & Discoveries

Off the Grid

Off the Grid January/February 2018

Seville Heritage Park, Saint Ann’s Bay, Jamaica

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(imageBROKER/Alamy Stock Photo)

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