Arkansas Archeology

Flat Earth Archeology, LLC

From October to March, Flat Earth Archeology from Cabot excavated a site near Rupple Road in western Fayetteville. The project was prompted by the city’s plans to relocate a portion of N. Rupple Road to align with the existing intersection on W. Mt. Comfort Road. Last night at a meeting of the Ko-ko-ci Chapter of the Arkansas Archeological Society, a team of archeologists discussed what they’ve unearthed.

Community Spotlight - Arkansas Archeology Month

Mar 29, 2017

As a part of Arkansas Archeology Month, you have a chance to tour the University of Arkansas' massive archeological collection on Thursday, March 30th from 7 pm-8:30 pm.  Viewings will take place at the Arkansas Archeological Survey Building located at 2475 N. Hatch Ave. in Fayetteville.

Call (479)575-3556 for more information on this event.

Community Spotlight - Arkansas Archeology Month

Mar 15, 2017

March is Archeology Month in Arkansas.   Throughout the month, archeologists across the state are presenting opportunities to learn more about the work archeologists do to understand human history.  Come out to Prarie Grove Battlefield State Park at 4pm on Saturday, March 25th, to learn about Civil War archeology.

Arkansas Archeology Month

Mar 13, 2017

March is Arkansas Archeology Month.  Throughout the month, a variety of activities including tours, open houses, talks, and workshops will be held across the state.  

The Ko-ko-ci chapter of the Arkansas Archeological Society will hold a meeting Tuesday, March 14th, beginning at 6pm.

For five decades the Arkansas Archeology Survey has been linking Arkansas' past with the present.  We talk with the state archeologist, Ann Early and the director, George Sabo, about the history.