Archaeology Around the World

With 99% of human development occurring within prehistoric cultures, archaeology is essential to the study of humanity’s past. Since its development in 19th century Europe, archaeology is a discipline now practised all over the world.

Research is conducted on all seven continents, from Australasian rock art, migration patterns across Europe to the  role of native copper in Athabascan and northern Tlingit societies, archaeology is a truly global discipline. To celebrate the breadth of research around the globe we’re offering free access to our Archaeology Around the World collection.

Routledge have dug up key research from our Archaeology collection, including articles from Europe, Africa, Asia, North and South America and Australia.

Discover free online access today - this collection is available until the end of the year. 





North and South America