1967 in archaeology
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The year 1967 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- June 12 - New England Textile Mills Survey commenced by the Historic American Buildings Survey.
- July–September - Provo Brickyard Turbine House, Provo, Utah, recorded by the Historic American Buildings Survey.
- Post-medieval archaeology: the journal of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology first published
- May 20 - Hoard of denarii found at Little Brickhill in Buckinghamshire, England.
- Dholavira site is discovered by Shri Jagatpati Joshi.
- Akrotiri (Santorini) is discovered.
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- January 6 - The Society for Historical Archaeology is founded in the United States.
- November 3–5 - The theory and practice of industrial archaeology: the Bath Conference on Industrial archaeology.