Hamilton, Te Ika-a-Māui, New Zealand.
A large team working together to uncover the remains of a Maori horticultural site.
New Norfolk, Tasmania.
Willow Court is Australia’s earliest asylum, opened in 1829. Work focused on geophysical investigations as well as artifact cataloguing.
The Fiji Museum was officially inaugurated in 1929 and holds important collections of archaeological and historical artifacts as well as archival and artistic objects.
Tahcabo, Yucatán, Mexico.
Investigating rejolladas: natural solution sinkholes in the karstic limestone that collect rich soils ideal for cultivation.
Stélida Naxos Archaeological Project
Stélida, Naxos, Greece.
The results of this excavation on the Cycladic island of Naxos may help us to understand the earliest origins of maritime travel in the Aegean.
County Clare, Ireland.
The Archaeological Field School concentrates on the excavation of the Stone Fort, a 10th century AD royal settlement.
Outeiro do Circo, Beja, Portugal
The interior of this Late Bronze Age (1250-850 BC) fortified settlement is excavated to develop a better understanding of the ancient inhabitants’ daily life.
Inner Hebrides, Scotland
A settlement occupied in the 17th and 18th centuries before being abandonment. Above all else the archaeological team hopes that excavating a variety of structures and uncovering objects uncovered will provide more information about the lives of those who lived at Kildavie.
Honolulu, Hawaii, US.
Hawaiian archaeological material will be catalogued into the physical collections and digital archives to make the information more accessible for staff, the community and/or researchers interested in Hawaii’s past.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
A museum with something for everyone in the heart of Canada's biggest city!
Finding out how archaeology is done in one of the most developed countries in the world
12 projects in 12 countries over 12 months
Click on the links below to get more information on each of the destinations from the first year of Global Archaeology!
Switzerland: Universität Zürich