Community archaeology involves local communities in archaeological excavation and interpretation, while also presenting data and interpretation to the public.
Archaeologists publish what they've learned through through books, pamphlets, museum displays, lectures, television programs, the internet, and public visits to excavation sites.
Archaeological digs & heritage conservation courses & expeditions.
Documenting archaeological excavation, the most time-honored archaeological tool for understanding the processes of the human past,
Collecting information about the location, distribution and organization of past human cultures across a large area.
Jeremy Là Zelle creates powerful documentaries to share your story with the world, ultimately leading to further protection of archaeologically significant areas, as well as enhanced funding opportunities for researchers and their educational institutions.
The wonders of ancient history are unveiled and preserved through groundbreaking Community Archaeology in Ethiopia by UCLA and the Institute for Field Research.
Dr. Hiluf Berhe: Archaeologist // Merkelle University
Tigray Region, Northern Ethiopia
Discoveries in the Cradle of Civilization
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