Interesting Local and Regional Archaeology Blogs that You Should Check Out

Posted on January 23, 2012


Some archaeology blogs focus on a certain country or region. Here is a list of them if you interested in the archaeology of a certain location.

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A full list of other archaeology blogs can be found here- Great Archaeology Blogs

Alison in Cambodia

a blog about archaeology and related issues in Cambodia

Angkor Wat Apsara & Devata: Khmer Women in Divine Context

“Decoding the World’s Greatest Archaeological Mystery: Who were the ancient Khmer women depicted on the Cambodian temple of Angkor Wat?”


Archaeology at the Clovis Site- highly recommend reading this blog

Calixtlahuaca Archaeological Project

Informal reports from current archaeological research at Calixtlahuaca. Calixtlahuaca was a large urban center of the Matlatzinco culture, closely related to the Aztecs.

The Cliff Mine Archeology Project Blog

Documenting an historic native copper mine in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan.

Northwest Coast Archaeology

“The goal (of the blog) is to  encourage public knowledge about, and appreciation of,  Northwest Coast Archaeology through examples of interesting finds and sites, or through commentaries on archaeology in the news or otherwise in the public domain.”

Irish Archaeology

“A portal for Irish archaeology set up by a licensed archaeologist with too much time on his hands. This blog discusses the latest news and information concerning archaeology in Ireland.”

MSU Campus Archaeology Program Blog

“MSU Campus Archaeology is a program that works to mitigate and protect the archaeological resources on Michigan State University’s beautiful and historic campus”

The Northern Antiquarian

“The Northern Antiquarian is primarily concerned with recording the archaeology, folklore and other aspects of stone circles, standing stones, holy wells, prehistoric tombs, sacred hills, old stone crosses, hillforts, prehistoric rock art, maypoles and other early ‘sacred sites’ across the British Isles. ”

Tibet Archaeology

“Scholar, explorer, writer, and pilgrim John Vincent Bellezza is widely recognized as one of the foremost specialists in the archaeology and cultural history of Upper Tibet. He has lived in the high Himalaya for over a quarter of a century. Explore these pages for information about his work.”

Lapis Gabinus: official blog of the Gabii Project

“The Gabii Project is an archaeological initiative focused on the excavation, exploration, and documentation of the ancient city of Gabii, located to the east of Rome in central Italy”


Looking closely at heritage in Maynooth

The Ossiferous Arctic

“Thoughts on Zooarchaeology, Archaeology, Ethnozoology and Alaska”