1936 in archaeology
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The year 1936 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- Dmanisi, Georgia.
- Julliberrie's Grave by Ronald Jessup.
- Spiro Mounds by University of Oklahoma.
- Fort Hawkins, Georgia, by Gordon Willey.
- Govurqala, Azerbaijan.
- Al Mina, Syria, by Leonard Woolley.
- Excavations at Mersin by John Garstang begin (continue to 1939).
- New excavations at Viroconium (Wroxeter) in England begin (continue to 1937).
- November - Gebang Hindu temple at Yogyakarta on Java is discovered.
- Archaeologists near Baghdad discover the Baghdad battery.
- First undisdurbed artefacts of Clovis culture found in New Mexico.
- The Statue of Iddi-Ilum is unearthed in Mari
- The Mästermyr chest is accidentally discovered on the island of Gotland, Sweden.
- First report on excavations of Iron Age settlement of Biskupin.
- V. Gordon Childe - Man Makes Himself.
- W. F. Grimes - The Megalithic Monuments of Wales.
- 4 April - Barri Jones, Welsh Classical archaeology (d. 1999)
- John Wilkes, English Classical archaeologist