1965 in archaeology
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The year 1965 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- Start of 5-year project of excavations and restorations at Altun Ha led by Dr. David Pendergast of the Royal Ontario Museum.
- Excavations at Brahmagiri by Amalananda Ghosh.
- The final version of the 33-metre-high (108 ft) Tikal Temple 33 at the ancient Maya city of Tikal in Guatemala is completely dismantled by archaeologists.
- R. G. Collingwood and R. P. Wright - The Roman Inscriptions of Britain, vol. 1.
- P. V. Glob - Mosefolket Jernalderens Mennesker bevaret i 2000 Ar (The Bog People: Iron-Age man preserved).
- March 19 - Wreck of the SS Georgiana is discovered off Charleston, South Carolina, exactly 102 years after her sinking, by E. Lee Spence.
- Geologist Nikolai Samorukov finds petroglyphs in the rocks at Kaikuul Bluff overlooking the Pegtymel River in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Russia.
- Group of gold and silver vessels found at Tepe Fullol in northern Afghanistan.
- Mammoth remains found at Mezhirich, Ukraine.
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