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a community-based collaborative resource and discussion platform for archaeological subject matter. Visitors are welcome to browse our pages to learn about archaeological concepts, materials, sites and theories. Collaborating members are free to add and modify content that interests them, sharing useful information with the archaeological community.
ArchaeoWiki is still in its infancy and we are actively looking for collaborators who wish to expand our pages into whatever subject matter interests and inspires them. Membership in ArchaeoWiki as a collaborator requires fast and easy registration, and is completely free. Join now and be a part of our growing collaboration!
Archaeology is better in pictures. If you have high-quality photographs, drawings/sketches, or other media that would benefit a particular article, ArchaeoWiki is a great place to show off your inner artist and help others learn at the same time. We also support embedding of video and interactive 3D content for even more article customization. See our tutorials linked below to find out how these media can be added.
Archaeowiki is a great platform to introduce archaeology to students at every level and to encourage participation in scholarship and community. We have a variety of tools available to help educators and students explore archaeology together in a flexible and accessible way. An information page will be available soon to explain how ArchaeoWiki can become part of your classroom.

General Information

About us
Frequently asked questions
Browse our pages

ArchaeoWiki Content

Our content goals
Organizing content
Notability guidelines
Search for content

Writing and Editing

Article writing tutorial
Editing tutorial
Style guide
Referencing guidelines

Personal tools