Join the UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology for its 18th annual open house, 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, May 2.
Conservation students apply both science and art to preserve priceless artifacts.
New set of books by UCLA archaeologists details history of Illyria, precursor to the Hellenistic mega-cities
“The Excavation of the Prehistoric Burial Tumulus at Lofkënd, Albania” by UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology’s John Papadopoulos and Sarah Morris opens a window on a cradle of civilization.
While war rages in Syria, that country's people can still experience the culture and history of the region’s Mesopotamian roots through an exhibit made possible by a Kurdish nonprofit organization and UCLA archaeologist Giorgio Buccellati.
Willeke Wendrich first developed an interest in ancient Egyptian archaeology as a 20-year-old undergraduate student. Now an esteemed faculty member in UCLA’s Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, she’s made a career out of her lifelong passion
UCLA archaeologist Giorgio Buccellati, who has been working on excavating an ancient city in Syria for almost two decades, is working remotely with a team of villagers in the region to protect the site from being destroyed in the ongoing civil war.
In the late '70s, Marilyn Beaudry-Corbett proved it's never too late to pursue one's dreams, leaving a successful career in the corporate world to study archaeology at UCLA. Now she's giving back.
The UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology offers a rare look at its labs, archives and excavations during an open house on Saturday, May 10 from 1 to 4 p.m.
Caribbean fighting conch used to be harvested with more meat, but evolved to mature at a smaller size.