1919 in archaeology
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The year 1919 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- 22 May: A. E. Douglass provides the first comparative dendrochronology datings, to Clark Wissler of the American Museum of Natural History for sites in New Mexico.
- 23 October: Manolis Andronikos, Greek archaeologist (died 1992).
- Mualla Eyüboğlu, Turkish restoration architect (died 2009).
- 1 October: Francis J. Haverfield, English Romano-British archaeologist (born 1860).
- 22 November: Sir Guy Francis Laking, keeper of the London Museum (born 1875).