David Freidel
David A. Freidel (born 11 July 1946) is an American academic archaeologist, Mayanist scholar and author. He is best known for the books he co-authored with Linda Schele, Maya Cosmos and Forest of King...
Kenneth Feder
Kenneth L. "Kenny" Feder (born August 1, 1952) is a professor of archaeology at Central Connecticut State University and the author of several books on archaeology and criticism of pseudoarchaeology s...
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George Cowgill
George L. Cowgill (born 1929) is an American anthropologist and archaeologist. He is currently professor emeritus at Arizona State University. He received his PhD from Harvard in 1963 with a dissertat...
Joe Caldwell (archaeologist)
Joseph (Joe) Ralston Caldwell (June 14, 1916 – December 23, 1973) was an American archaeologist was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He conducted major excavations in the Savannah, Georgia area in the late 19...
Polly Schaafsma
Polly Dix Schaafsma is an American archaeologist, best known for her publications on Native American rock art. Schaafsma is a research associate in the Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico...
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Arthur Demarest
Arthur Andrew Demarest is an American anthropologist and archaeologist, known for his studies of the Maya civilization.
Demarest, a Louisiana Cajun, studied Mesoamerican anthropology and archaeolo...
Brian M. Fagan
Brian Murray Fagan (born 1 August 1936) is a prolific author of popular archaeology books and a professor emeritus of Anthropology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, California, USA.
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Gordon Willey
Gordon Randolph Willey (7 March 1913–28 April 2002) was an American archaeologist who was described by colleagues as the "dean" of New World archaeology. Willey performed fieldwork at excavation...
George Bass (archaeologist)
George Fletcher Bass (born December 9, 1932 in Columbia, South Carolina) is recognized as one of the early practitioners of underwater archaeology, along with Peter Throckmorton, Honor Frost, and othe...
Philip Betancourt
Philip P. Betancourt (born 1936 as Felipe Pablo Andreas Betancourt) is an American archaeologist, author, and a specialist in the Aegean Bronze Age. He is the Laura H. Carnell Professor of Art History...
Lothar Haselberger
Lothar Haselberger is a German-American academic architectural historian, archaeologist, classical scholar and author. He is the Morris Russell and Josephine Chidsey Williams Professor in Roman Archit...
Donald Lathrap
Donald Ward Lathrap (4 July 1927 in California - 13 May 1990 in Illinois) was an American archaeologist who specialized in the study of neolithic American culture. He was a Professor of Anthropology ...
Charles H. Fairbanks
Charles Herron Fairbanks (June 3, 1913 – July 17, 1984) was an archaeologist/anthropologist. He conducted archaeology at the Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon, Georgia where he developed rigorous, p...
Ripley P. Bullen
Ripley Pierce Bullen (1902–1976) was Curator Emeritus at the Florida Museum of Natural History at the University of Florida, where he was the Department Chair of Social Sciences for a period of sevent...
William Henry Claflin, Jr.
William Henry Claflin, Jr. (8 June 1893 – 4 March 1982) was a wealthy Boston businessman and amateur archaeologist. He did archaeological work in Utah and at Stallings Island in Georgia. The Peabody ...
Charles M. Hudson (author)
Charles Melvin Hudson, Jr. (1932 – 2013) was the Franklin Professor of Anthropology and History Emeritus at the University of Georgia, and a leading authority on the history and culture of Native Amer...
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Kevin Andrews (writer)
Kevin Andrews (January 20, 1924 – 1 September 1989) was a philhellene, writer and archaeologist. He was born in Peking, China; second son of Yvette Borup, wife of Roy Chapman Andrews, the Americ...
C. Brian Rose
Charles Brian Rose is an American academic archaeologist, classical scholar and author. He is the James B. Pritchard Professor of Archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania in the Classical Studies...
James L. Swauger
James L. Swauger (November 1, 1913-December 18, 2005) was an archaeologist known for his work on the petroglyphs of the Ohio River valley of the United States. A native of West Newton in Westmoreland...
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