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A good starting point for archaeological sources.

Welcome to the Archaeology Subject Guide

Welcome to the Archeology Subject Guide

"Historical archaeology is more than just a treasure hunt. It is a challenging search for clues to the people, events, and places of the past."

Society for Historical Archaeology

Some people learned “archeology” from very important movie character called Dr. Henry Walton or a well-known name "Indiana" Jones, Jr in their life. However Archeology is not just a treasure hunt and a kind of adventure for archeologist. According to Society for American Archeology, “archaeology is the study of the ancient and recent human past through material remains and archaeologists are not might study the million-year-old fossils of our earliest human ancestors in Africa. In the words of Margaret Murray, “archaeology is the study of humanity itself”.

To learn more about “voyage of humanity to the past” or archeology, this guide will show you to use library sources such as books, journals, databases and will further support your knowledge by videos, podcasts and digital sources.

Browsing the menu, you will come across resources that comprise both general interest as well as academic, so that you will be able to synthesize them according to your information needs and professional expertise.

Now it is your turn, are you ready to discover past?


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