The Archaeology News Network is a leading online science, research and publishing news service, covering a full range of topics across the scientific spectrum.
Launched in 2010, we have grown to become one of the most recognised brands in archaeology and a major voice across the scientific community. We publish on past sciences & geo-sciences with a core focus on the disciplines of archaeology, palaeontology and palaeoanthropology.
Our contributors range from the leading academic institutions, universities and research projects from across the globe. The Archaeology News Network is staffed by a volunteer team of historians and archaeologists with a passion for quality publishing and the dissemination of knowledge.
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