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Ask an Archaeologist: Adam Aja – Harvard Semitic Museum

Ask an Archaeologist: Adam Aja - Harvard Semitic Museum

While at the Semitic Museum at Harvard, Ask an Archaeologist also spoke to Dr. Adam Aja, the Assistant Curator of Collections at the Museum and Assistant Director of Harvard’s exp ...

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Ask an Archaeologist: Dr. Stephen Bourke

Ask an Archaeologist: Dr. Stephen Bourke

On our trip to the Semitic Museum,  Ask an Archaeologist posed one of it's more colorful questions to Dr. Greene and Dr. Aja: What do you do when someone breaks a fossil?  Do you ...

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Ask an Archaeologist: Semitic Museum at Harvard with Joe Greene

For this episode, Ask An Archaeologist journeyed across the Charles River to the Semitic Museum at Harvard to speak to the Deputy Director and Curator, Dr. Joseph Greene. We asked ...

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“Cultural Heritage Protection in Zones of Armed Conflict: Lessons Learned and Future Strategies” with C. Brian Rose (Video)

ASOR is delighted to have the opportunity to share a video of the Plenary Address given at our 2013 Annual Meeting by C. Brian Rose. The video can be found at the bottom of this p ...

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5 Reasons to Become a Friend of ASOR

5 Reasons to Become a Friend of ASOR

In early 2013, the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) created Friends of ASOR (FOA). Friends of ASOR are people interested in archaeological and historical research in t ...

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Artifacts Tell the Story of Boston

 Ask an Archaeologist is a YouTube series dedicated to answering your questions about Archaeology.  The series is based on questions submitted by viewers. Viewer's questions are t ...

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Palaces of the Mediterranean Bronze Age

Palaces of the Mediterranean Bronze Age

Every year at the ASOR Annual Meeting, the Projects on Parade Poster Session takes place. It's an ideal opportunity to see the types of projects (both field and publication) that ...

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Mapping Ancient Canal Systems in Khuzistan

Mapping Ancient Canal Systems in Khuzistan

At the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting Mehrnoush Soroush presented the paper “Mapping Ancient Canal Systems in Khuzistan: A Critical Application of Site-Canal Association Technique.” She ...

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10 Career Tips From ASOR Members

10 Career Tips From ASOR Members

ASOR’s membership spans across many fields of study. We’re fortunate to have historians, geologists, archaeologists, and so many more among our ranks. Every year, we come together ...

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Mortuary Patterns in the Tell Abraq Tomb Assemblage, UAE (2200– 2000 B.C.E.)

At the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting Anna Osterholtz presented the paper “Mortuary Patterns in the Tell Abraq Tomb Assemblage, UAE (2200– 2000 B.C.E.).” She agreed to come in and recor ...

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Agnès Garcia-Ventura Kicks Off the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting Session Videos

Agnès Garcia-Ventura Kicks Off the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting Session Videos

This year, at the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting, we decided to try something new. We asked for volunteers to come in and reread their papers on camera. Our goal was to promote all the ...

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Ask an Archaeologist: Mummies, Ghosts, and Aliens

Ask an Archaeologist: Mummies, Ghosts, and Aliens

 Ask an Archaeologist is a new YouTube series dedicated to answering your questions about Archaeology.  The series is based on questions submitted by viewers. Viewer's questions a ...

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Archaeology Weekly Roundup! 9-20-13

Archaeology Weekly Roundup! 9-20-13

If you missed anything from the ASOR facebook or twitter pages this week, don’t worry. We’ve rounded up some of this week’s archaeology news into one convenient post. If we missed ...

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ASORtv: How the Grants Help

ASORtv: How the Grants Help

When ASOR Director Andy Vaughn traveled to Israel and Jordan in 2012, he met up with recipients of the Platt and Heritage Fellowships. He asked them three questions... What is the ...

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ASORtv: Excitement on a Dig

ASORtv: Excitement on a Dig

When ASOR Director Andy Vaughn traveled to Israel and Jordan in 2012, he met up with recipients of the Platt and Heritage Fellowships. He asked them three questions... What is the ...

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