1810 in archaeology
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The year 1810 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- Alexander von Humboldt publishes illustrated accounts of Pre-Columbian ruins of Mesoamerica including Mitla and Xochicalco.
- 5 April: Henry Rawlinson, English Assyriologist (died 1895).
- 26 July: Henry Christy, English ethnologist, archaeologist and sponsor (died 1865).
- Roman Forum - excavations.