Irish immigrant village unearthed in Maryland An Irish village is being gradually unearthed in Baltimore County in the first known survey of an Irish immigrant village in the U.S. Archaeology students at the University of Maryland, College Park, have been digging in the area which was called Texas by the Irish immigrants who settled there.
June 28, 2013 - Irish Central
MU museums' priceless artifacts make move a challenge The vast and delicate collections held by the Museum of Anthropology and the Museum of Art and Archaeology will be difficult to relocate. MU will have to make significant changes for them at the former Ellis Fischel Cancer Center. Read more
June 28, 2013 - Columbia Missourian
Zahi Hawass in FOXNews It's moments like these, seeing something for the first time, that hold all the passion of archaeology,Hawass said after the mummy was unveiled.
Michael Hayden in Washington Post It's time to move past what seems to me to be an endless picking apart of the archaeology of every past intelligence success or failure,Hayden said. "CIA officers . . . deserve recognition of their efforts, and they also deserve not to...
Warren Snowdon in Adelaidenow Our archaeology team in Fromelles has unearthed a Rising Sun badge in Pit 4, which proves that the remains of Australian soldiers are buried at this important site,Mr Snowdon said. "This is a momentous discovery and makes this field at...