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 Welcome to the virtual home of the North Carolina Society of the Archaeological Institute of America, based in the Triangle region of the state.

The North Carolina Society is one of the AIA's local societies, which serves both professional and avocational members by sponsoring public lectures and other events that provide an opportunity to hear and see the latest thinking and discoveries in the field. Our local society was chartered in 1948, and is the oldest and largest in the state. The Society's lecture program is free and open to the public.

Prof. Jodi Magness (UNC) in the news for discoveries at Huqoq 

Archaeological Institute of America  main page

NC Societies: lectures in Charlotte, Ashville, and Greensboro

 

  • Paestum 1
  • Agrigento 2
  • pottery
  • papyrus
  • Acropolis
  • Jake 2
  • Jake 1
  • Morgantina 2
  • Morgantina 1
  • Agrigento 3
  • Hadrian's Villa 2
  • Tomb of Caecilia Metella
  • site
  • Rome
  • Pompeii 1
  • Hadrian's Villa 1
  • pottery
  • Paestum 2
  • Roman Forum 1
  • Pantheon 2
  • Pompeii 2