1914 in archaeology
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The year 1914 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- January - T. E. Lawrence and Leonard Woolley undertake an archaeological survey of the Negev.
- March 29 - Katherine Routledge and her husband William Scoresby Routledge arrive on Easter Island to make the first true study of it (departing August 1915).
- Katherine Routledge commences excavation at key Easter Island sites including Rano Raraku and Orongo.
- George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon, and Howard Carter first excavate in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt.
- Excavations begin at Traprain Law in Scotland.
- Excavation of Tinkinswood Neolithic megalithic chamber tomb in South Wales.
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- Thomas A. Joyce - Mexican Archaeology: an introduction to the archaeology of the Mexican and Mayan civilizations of pre-Spanish America.
- Egypt Exploration Fund begins publishing The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology.
- April 23 - Glyn Daniel, Welsh-born archaeologist (died 1986).
- June 12 - William Lamplough, British archaeologist (died 1996).
- June 5 - Beatrice De Cardi, British archaeologist of Asia (died 2016).
- March 18 - Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier, American archaeologist (born 1840).
- May 18 - Edward R. Ayrton, English Egyptologist and archaeologist (born 1882).
- "Beatrice de Cardi, archaeologist – obituary". telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 16 May 2017.