Archaeology/Related Science Facebook Pages that I follow

Posted on September 23, 2012


There are some fantastic Archaeology/Related Science Facebook Pages that I follow and I thought I would share them. Are there any I am missing? Any I should check out?

Ancient History Encyclopedia – Ancient History Encyclopedia is a non-profit community website that uses definitions, timelines, maps, illustrations, and articles to present ancient history in a very accessible way.

Antiquarian – A collective of everything relating to the past, and the void that was left behind.

The Egyptiana Emporium – The official Facebook home of the Egyptology blog, The Egyptiana Emporium. Egyptological news, museum pieces, research, and more…You can also follow us on Twitter:

Archaeosoup Productions – Visit to learn more about Archaeosoup… You know you want to!

Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History

Archaeology at UNISA – Archaeology at UNISA is a new facebook site established with the goal of connecting students, lecturers and individuals involved with archaeology on a more relaxed, social platform.

Iran Archaeology

The Buddhas of Aynak – Archaeologists from around the world fight to save a 2,600-year-old Buddhist site, called one of the the most important archaeological discoveries in Asia, from imminent destruction by a Chinese mining company in volatile Logar province, Afghanistan.

Archaeopress Archaeopress is an Oxford-based publisher of British Archaeological Reports and other archaeological books and journals.

Current World Archaeology – Discovering the latest in archaeology and archaeological research around the world.

Archaeology Trowels and Tools – Past Horizons – The Archaeologist’s Toolstore…

Current Archaeology Magazine

Antique Archaeology

HeritageworX – Our company slogan is SEARCH: Services in Education, Archaeology, Research, Conservation and Heritage.

British Museum


Archaeological Links and Likes – archaeology and related topics…pages with links collected at:

Archaeology News – Heritage Daily is an independent online archaeology magazine, dedicated to the heritage and historical sector.

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