Archaeology Archives

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Tucked away in the Institute of Archaeology are the archives. They tell the story of archaeology from the late 19th century onwards through the books, maps, plans, notes, pictures, photographs, drawings, letters, and paraphernalia of archaeologists. The archives have accumulated here more or less at random, sometimes given to the Institute for safe keeping, sometimes brought here because there was nowhere else for them to go, and sometimes rescued from destruction.


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