The Society for Georgia Archaeology promotes the preservation of information about the past. Part of the Society’s mission is to educate the public about the past and about the conservation of archaeological sites and artifacts.Read More
Archaeology and Georgia's Laws
Without the proper permits and permissions, in Georgia it is illegal to: Collect artifacts on public land. Dig or disturb an archaeological site on public land or in Georgia’s waterways.Read More
Georgia Archaeology Month: Technologies in Archaeology and GIS
May is Archaeology Month in Georgia!
Our theme for Archaeology Month this year is “Technologies in Archaeology.” The events of the last year have demonstrated the importance of technologies in keeping us connected. We want to spotlight the different ways that technologies have been used to interpret Georgia’s past, and the archaeologists doing the research to bring us these interpretations.
In addition to highlighting events across the state celebrating Archaeology Month, we’ll be sharing archaeological research projects in Georgia that utilize different technologies. To kick us off, we’d like to introduce the work of archaeologist and SGA Board Member, Dr. Lindsey Cochran!
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