1933 in archaeology
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The year 1933 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- Excavations at Et-Tell by Judith Marquet-Krause begin (continue through 1935).
- Excavations at Tell Arpachiyah by Max Mallowan and John Cruikshank Rose of the British School of Archaeology in Iraq.
- Excavations at Tepe Sialk by Roman Ghirshman begin (continue in 1934 and 1937).
- Gordon Vivian begins preservation work at Pueblo Bonito, Chetro Ket and Casa Rinconada (through 1937).
- August 9 - Hoard of silver denarii and a fragment of tartan cloth found at Falkirk, Scotland.
- Ancient city of Mari, Syria.
- Rock art at Tassili n'Ajjer.
- July 13 - Mary Brodrick, English Egyptologist (born c.1858)
- Royal Navy (2009). "Ships: Grace Dieu 1420". The National Archives (United Kingdom). Retrieved 2012-03-06.
- Bailey, Geoff (2006). "The Roman Coin Hoard And The Falkirk Tartan". Falkirk Local History Society. Retrieved 2014-05-07.
- Macdonald, George (January 1934). "Hoard of coins from Falkirk". The Antiquaries Journal. Society of Antiquaries of London. 14 (1): 59. doi:10.1017/s0003581500037926.