Archaeological Association

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  • Info Association in archaeology is the close relationship between objects or contexts.
  • That is what we mean nowadays by being a member of an archaeological association. Cited from Falling in Love, by Grant Allen
  • It is the highest award offered by the Australian Archaeological Association.
  • He was also a member of the British Archaeological Association.
  • After his retirement from the peace movement, he was active in the New Zealand Archaeological Association.
  • He helped establish and was during the 1970s president of the Slovene archaeological association.
  • He was a founding member of the British Archaeological Association.
  • He became president of the British Archaeological Association in 1906, a post he held until his death.
  • He was one of the first members of the Cambrian Archaeological Association.
  • It is incorporated into the designs of many archaeological association logos and publications.
  • He became a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, and a member of the British Archaeological Association.
  • In 1845 she became an associate of the British Archaeological Association, being the first lady member who joined the association.
  • He was for many years an assiduous member of the Cambrian Archaeological Association.
  • He pursued this as an amateur archaeologist and a member of the New York State Archaeological Association.
  • McGhee is a former president of the Canadian Archaeological Association and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
  • The question was put, at my suggestion, to the official authorities, by the secretary of the British Archaeological Association; but no information could be obtained on the subject. Cited from Notes and Queries, No. 12, 1850.01.19, by Various
  • The Australian Archaeological Association is one of the largest and oldest organisations devoted to furthering archaeology of all types within Australia.
  • Australian Archaeology is a biannual peer reviewed academic journal published by the Australian Archaeological Association.
  • James found some Amerindian artifacts on these excursions, leading her to join the Northwest Arkansas Archaeological Association at age twelve.
  • Members of the Fort Eustis Historical and Archaeological Association took notice and urged the Army to take steps to preserve it.
  • This was the model adopted by Cambrian Archaeological Association for Wales and the Marches.
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