Archaeology magazine brings the ancient world to life. Archaeology offers readers incisive reporting, vivid storytelling, compelling photography -- and the latest news from around the globe -- all devoted to exploring the world’s ancient past. Whether reporting from a dive on an Arctic shipwreck, trekking through Afghanistan, or digging just beneath Beirut, Archaeology’s editors and writers bring readers the science, and the magic, of archaeological discovery.
Launched by the Archaeological Institute of America in 1948, Archaeology magazine has been setting the standard for archaeological publications for many years. Continuing its tradition of quality academic journalism, the magazine reports on archaeological matters on a global scale. Archaeology magazine's compelling content is suitable for armchair archaeologists as well as professionals, and covers news on recent discoveries and excavations alongside detailed studies of ancient cultures.
Archaeology magazine uses a mix of superb photography alongside rendered maps, as well as drawings and charts to ensure that you are put at the very heart of what has been going on in the world of archaeology. Some of these methods are also used to great effect in the magazine when explaining certain elements in the studies of historical cultures to help bring history to life and assist in your understanding of the subject-you are sure to finish this magazine feeling informed.
With regular features such as timelines, archaeology news, relevant film and book reviews, and current museum exhibits that may be of interest, you are kept abreast of archaeological events that are happening worldwide. If you want to be brought physically closer to the archaeological action and fancy taking a trip, you'll look forward to the travel guides and trip planning information that Archaeology magazine brings you, too.
Whether you are an interested amateur or a professional archaeologist, the engaging style of the magazine will keep you entertained and informed in equal measure. With an appealing blend of technical details and interesting studies, it's likely that you will want to keep your issues of Archaeology magazine for years to come.