Archaeology Magazine is one of two publications of the Archaeological Institute of America, a 125-year-old nonprofit organization. The magazine has been published continuously for more than 50 years. Archaeology's feature-length articles cover all corners of the globe. Articles have covered such diverse topics as royal animal mummies, the discovery of an ancient Greek city swallowed by the sea, cultural heritage in Afghanistan under the Taliban, how Native Americans in the Southwest profited from an eleventh-century volcanic eruption, objects featured in the odd paintings of Hieronymous Bosch that have been found in excavations of his hometown; as well as photo essays on Etruscan tombs and the terra-cotta solders of China; and profiles of people who have made great contributions to archaeology. Publishing bimonthly, it brings to readers all of the exciting aspects of archaeology: adventure, discovery, culture, history, and travel.
Archaeology publishes 6 issues per year, but reserves the right to change the number of issues in an annual term, including discontinuing any format and substituting and/or modifying the manner in which the subscription is distributed.