1975 in archaeology
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The year 1975 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- Five year project at Quiriguá begins, sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania, the National Geographic Society, and the government of Guatemala.
- National Museum of Korea and related institutions begin archaeological excavations at Songguk-ri, a prehistoric village that serves as the type-site for the material culture of the Middle Mumun Pottery Period in Korea (excavations continue periodically until the late 1990s).
- Cacaxtla murals.
- Luzia Woman, the skeleton of a woman subsequently determined to be around 11,500 years BP, was found in Lapa Vermelha, Brazil, in 1975 by Annette Laming-Emperaire.
- Barbara Bender - Farming in Prehistory: from hunter-gatherer to food-producer.
- Douglas B. Hague and Rosemary Christie - Lighthouses: their architecture, history and archaeology.
- Adrian Oswald - Clay Pipes for the Archaeologist.