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If you plan to visit archaelogical sites in Greece next year, expect to pay more.
Archaelogical Survey of India, Das, Dastkaari Haat Samiti, Devi Art Foundation, Heritage Transport Museum and Kalakriti Archives along with a lot of other names like KNMA and NGMA have joined hands with Google to display their content online.
Contract Award: Baalbeck & Tyre Archaelogical Project, Phase 1 (btap 1) Conservation
Archaelogical and paleoanthropological evidence points to the use of entheogens as far back as the Upper Paleolithic in diverse locations worldwide (Metzner, 2005; Shanon, 2002,2008).
N: number of sherds with pumice inclusions from each archaelogical site; %: percentage; NFA: number of sherds with pumice inclusions of unconstricted form; NFC: number of sherds with pumice inclusions of constricted form; NFI: number of sherds with pumice inclusions of indeterminate shape.
Today, a growing number of zip line and canopy tours across the globe propel participants through areas such as rainforests in Costa Rica, the Angkor Archaelogical Park in Cambodia, Colorado's Alkali Canyon and the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
H V Singh, Director, Archaelogical Survey of India, We are very happy to collaborate with Wildlife SOS for the Jackal Translocation Project as they have adequate experience to implement this initiative succesfully.
Ecofeminism as practice, theory, discourse: An archaelogical and genealogical study.
REYES, "Reconstructing the Serapeum in Alexandria from the Archaelogical evidence", JRS, 94, 2004, 73-121; y J.
The archaelogical recording of St John's and dissemination of any information and artefacts are of importance to the local community, and of great importance to the local Catholic community and amateur historians.
Both documentary and archaelogical evidence attests clearly to the commercial importance of farming and agriculture.
Gotuaco will discuss Philippine archaelogical finds in relation to the new discoveries.
A general introduction to the site and period is followed by geographic, environmental, and archaelogical history of the period.
Given the above developments, Archaelogical Survey of India (ASI) should be questioned over its decision to engage a foreign company like Google to conduct virtual tours of at least 30 Indian monuments.