1958 in archaeology
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The year 1958 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- Maya site of Dzibilchaltun, National Geographic Society project under E. Wyllys Andrews IV.
- Excavation project at Sardis by Harvard University and Cornell University begins.
- Excavation at Great Zimbabwe under Roger Summers.
- Excavations at Adlun in Southern Lebanon under Dorothy Garrod begin (continue to 1963).
- Excavations at Vaishali in Bihar begin (continue to 1962).
- M. W. Beresford and J. K. S. St Joseph - Medieval England : an aerial survey.
- John Chadwick - The Decipherment of Linear B.
- Gordon R. Willey and Philip Phillips - Method and Theory in American Archaeology.
- August 17: John Marshall (archaeologist)