1995 in archaeology
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The year 1995 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- April - Submarine CSS H. L. Hunley (sunk in action 1864) is located in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, by Clive Cussler and the National Underwater and Marine Agency after a 14-year search.
- November - Submarine Resurgam (sunk 1880) is located off Rhyl, North Wales, by diver Keith Hurley.
- British transport ship SS Empire Heritage (torpedoed in 1944) is located off Tory Island, County Donegal.
- The ancient sculptures database Arachne is started.
- American installation artist Mark Dion first transforms archaeological investigation into an art exhibit with his History Trash Dig at Fribourg, Switzerland.
- Roy D'Andrade – The Development of Cognitive Anthropology.
- September 12 - Grahame Clark, English archaeologist (b. 1907).
- October 20 - Eric Birley, English archaeologist associated with the excavations of forts on Hadrian's Wall (b. 1906).
- "Empire Heritage (Convoy HXF 305)". Deep Image UK. 2002–2011. Retrieved 2012-07-13.