- 1964 in archaeology
1964in archaeologyinvolved some significant events.
Seibal Harvard Universityproject begins under direction of Gordon R. Willeyand A. Ledyard Smith.
Et-Tellexcavations under Joseph Callawaybegin (continues through 1970)
Snaketownby Emil Haury, with assistance from E.B. Sayles, Erik K. Reed, and Irwin and Julian Hayden.
Eblaexcavations by the University of Rome La Sapienzadirected by Paolo Matthiaebegin
Getty Victorious Youthin the sea off Fano
*The second trove of
Qabala treasuresin Azerbaijan.
* Project to move temples of
Abu Simbelto prevent their inundation by the Aswan High Dambegins
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