1982 in archaeology
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The year 1982 in archaeology involved some significant events.
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- October 11 - Hull of Tudor navy ship Mary Rose raised from the Solent
- The Chaco Project ends at Chaco Canyon (begun 1971).
- NASA's Thermal Infrared Multispectral Scanner (TIMS) detects over 200 miles of a precolumbian (AD 900 or 1000) road system in Chaco Canyon, as well as walls, buildings, and agricultural fields.
- Uluburun shipwreck discovered.
- Wreck of HMS Swift (1762) located in Puerto Deseado in Patagonia.
- A. F. Harding (ed.) - Climatic Change in Later Prehistory ISBN 0-85224-425-8
- Richard Hodges - Dark Age Economics: the Origins of Towns and Trade, A.D. 600-1000 ISBN 0-7156-1531-9
- Roger Moorey - A Century of Biblical Archaeology ISBN 0-7188-2825-9