1979 in archaeology
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The year 1979 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- June 2 - Protesters opposed to the building of civic offices on the site of Viking excavations in Wood Quay, Dublin, occupy the area.
- July - Fossil hominid footprints found at Laetoli, Tanzania, by Mary Leakey.
- Wreck of SS Xantho found off Western Australia.
- Aubrey Burl - Prehistoric Avebury.
- J. M. Coles and A. F. Harding - The Bronze Age in Europe: an introduction to the prehistory of Europe, c.2000–700 BC.
- Kenneth Hudson - World Industrial Archaeology.
- A. L. F. Rivet and Colin Smith - The Place-names of Roman Britain.
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