Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement

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The Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement is awarded by the Archaeological Institute of America in "recognition of a scholar who has made distinguished contributions to archaeology through his or her fieldwork, publications, and/or teaching."

It is the Institute's highest award. First awarded in 1965, it has been awarded annually since 1969.[1]

List of AIA Gold Medal winners[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bulletin of the Archaeological Institute of America. Archaeological Institute of America. 1996. 
  2. ^ https://www.archaeological.org/news/aianews/23550 2017 AIA Award Winners January 17, 2017
  3. ^ https://www.archaeological.org/news/aianews/20701
  4. ^ "BRIAN ROSE RECEIVES ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA’S GOLD MEDAL" Penn Arts & Sciences https://www.sas.upenn.edu/news/brian-rose-receives-archaeological-institute-america%E2%80%99s-gold-medal
  5. ^ http://www.ajaonline.org/aia-awards/1512
  6. ^ "Honoring a Treasure Hunter. Archaeologist Wins Praise From Peers" "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2015-02-05. 
  7. ^ "Susan Rotroff—2011 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/susanrotroff%E2%80%942011goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  8. ^ "John Humphrey— 2010 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/johnhumphrey%E2%80%942010goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  9. ^ "Henry T. Wright— 2009 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/henrytwright%E2%80%942009goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  10. ^ "James Wiseman— 2008 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/jameswiseman%E2%80%942008goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  11. ^ C. Brian Rose. "From the President: Science and Poetry." Archaeology 61.2 (March/April 2008) http://archive.archaeology.org/0803/etc/president.html
  12. ^ "Larissa Bonfante— 2007 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/larissabonfante%E2%80%942007goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  13. ^ "Maria C. Shaw and Joseph W. Shaw— 2006 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/mariacshawandjosephwshaw%E2%80%942006goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  14. ^ Philip P. Betancourt; Michael C. Nelson; Hector Williams (2007). Krinoi Kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw. INSTAP Academic Press. ISBN 978-1-931534-22-2. 
  15. ^ "Lionel Casson— 2005 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/lionelcasson%E2%80%942005goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  16. ^ Archaeological Institute of America (2005). Abstracts. Archaeological Institute of America. 
  17. ^ "David B. Stronach— 2004 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/davidbstronach%E2%80%942004goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  18. ^ "Philip P. Betancourt—2003 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/philippbetancourt%E2%80%942003goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  19. ^ Archaeological Institute of America. General Meeting (2006). Pottery and Society: The Impact of Recent Studies in Minoan Pottery : Gold Medal Colloquium in Honor of Philip P. Betancourt : 104th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, New Orleans, Louisiana, 5 January 2003. Archaeological Institute of America. ISBN 978-1-931909-14-3. 
  20. ^ "Robert McCormick Adams— 2002 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/robertmccormickadams%E2%80%942002goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  21. ^ "Emmett L. Bennett Jr.— 2001 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/emmettlbennettjr%E2%80%942001goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  22. ^ "Patty Jo Watson—1999 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/pattyjowatson%E2%80%941999goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  23. ^ David H. Dye (1 January 2008). Cave Archaeology of the Eastern Woodlands: Essays in Honor of Patty Jo Watson. Univ. of Tennessee Press. pp. 17–. ISBN 978-1-57233-608-7. 
  24. ^ "Anna Marguerite McCann—1998 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/annamargueritemccannemmettlbennettjr%E2%80%941998goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  25. ^ Anna Marguerite McCann; John Pollini (2005). Terra marique: studies in art history and marine archaeology in honor of Anna Marguerite McCann on the receipt of the gold medal of the Archaeological Institute of America. Oxbow Books. ISBN 978-1-84217-148-6. 
  26. ^ "Clemency Chase Coggins— 1997 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/clemencychasecoggins%E2%80%941997goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  27. ^ Kate Fitz Gibbon (2005). Who Owns the Past?: Cultural Policy, Cultural Property, and the Law. Rutgers University Press. pp. 348–. ISBN 978-0-8135-3687-3. 
  28. ^ "Wilhelmina F. Jashemski— 1996 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/wilhelminafjashemski%E2%80%941996goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  29. ^ Wilhelmina Feemster Jashemski; Frederick G. Meyer (19 September 2002). The Natural History of Pompeii. Cambridge University Press. pp. 1–. ISBN 978-0-521-80054-9. 
  30. ^ "R. Ross Holloway— 1995 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/rrossholloway%E2%80%941995goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  31. ^ "Emeline Richardson— 1994 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/emelinerichardson%E2%80%941994goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  32. ^ "Charles Kaufman Williams, II— 1993 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/charleskaufmanwilliamsii%E2%80%941993goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  33. ^ "Evelyn Byrd Harrison— 1992 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/evelynbyrdharrison%E2%80%941992goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  34. ^ "Machteld J. Mellink— 1991 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/machteldjmellink%E2%80%941991goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  35. ^ Patrick Yearly (January 2007). They Were Giants 2007. iUniverse. pp. 40–. ISBN 978-0-595-42813-7. 
  36. ^ "John W. Hayes— 1990 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/johnwhayes%E2%80%941990goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  37. ^ "Virginia R. Grace— 1989 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/virginiargrace%E2%80%941989goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  38. ^ "Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway— 1988 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/brunildesismondoridgway%E2%80%941988goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  39. ^ "John Desmond Clark— 1988 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/johndesmondclark%E2%80%941988goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  40. ^ Office of the Home Secretary; National Academy of Sciences (7 November 2003). Biographical Memoirs. National Academies Press. pp. 13–. ISBN 978-0-309-08699-8. 
  41. ^ "Dorothy Burr Thompson— 1987 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/dorothyburrthompson%E2%80%941987goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  42. ^ "George F. Bass— 1986 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/georgefbass%E2%80%941986goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  43. ^ Committee on Exploration of the Seas; National Research Council; Division on Earth and Life Studies; Ocean Studies Board (14 February 2003). Exploration of the Seas:: Interim Report. National Academies Press. pp. 22–. ISBN 978-0-309-18265-2. 
  44. ^ Linda Ellis (16 December 2003). Archaeological Method and Theory: An Encyclopedia. Taylor & Francis. pp. 208–. ISBN 978-1-135-58283-8. 
  45. ^ Archaeological Institute of America (1985). Bulletin. 
  46. ^ Bulletin. Archaeological Institute of America. 1985. 
  47. ^ Howard Blum (15 July 1999). The Gold of Exodus: The Discovery of the True Mount Sinai. Simon and Schuster. pp. 347–. ISBN 978-0-684-86768-7. 
  48. ^ William A. McDonald; Nancy C. Wilkie (1992). Excavations at Nichoria in Southwest Greece: Vol.: The Bronze Age Occupation. Vol. 2. University of Minnesota Press. pp. 529–. ISBN 978-0-8166-1935-1. 
  49. ^ Gerald Cadogan (1986). The End of the Early Bronze Age in the Aegean. BRILL. pp. 2–. ISBN 90-04-07309-4. 
  50. ^ "John Langdon Caskey, Professor of Archeology" New York Times December 8, 1981, https://www.nytimes.com/1981/12/08/obituaries/john-langdon-caskey-professor-of-archeology.html
  51. ^ "Dows Dunham— 1979 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement" http://www.archaeological.org/dowsdunham%E2%80%941979goldmedalawarddistinguishedarchaeologicalachievement
  52. ^ de:Dows Dunham
  53. ^ Year Book. The Society. 1991. 
  54. ^ George Ernest Wright; Frank Moore Cross; Edward Fay Campbell; Floyd Vivian Filson (1976). The Biblical Archaeologist. Scholars Press. 
  55. ^ Marilyn Bailey Ogilvie; Joy Dorothy Harvey (2000). The Biographical Dictionary of Women in Science: L-Z. Taylor & Francis. pp. 1041–. ISBN 978-0-415-92040-7. 
  56. ^ "Eugene Vanderpool, An Archeologist, 83" New York Times August 3, 1989, https://www.nytimes.com/1989/08/03/obituaries/eugene-vanderpool-an-archeologist-83.html
  57. ^ Susan Ware (2004). Notable American Women: A Biographical Dictionary Completing the Twentieth Century. Harvard University Press. pp. 57–. ISBN 978-0-674-01488-6. 
  58. ^ Archaeology. Archaeological Institute of America. 1974. 
  59. ^ J. Paul Getty Museum (1 January 1987). Papers on the Amasis Painter and His World: A Colloquium Sponsored by the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities and a Symposium Sponsored by the J. Paul Getty Museum. Getty Publications. pp. 89–. ISBN 978-0-89236-093-2. 
  60. ^ Archaeology. Archaeological Institute of America. 1972. 
  61. ^ Alan Kaiser (11 December 2014). Archaeology, Sexism, and Scandal: The Long-Suppressed Story of One Woman's Discoveries and the Man Who Stole Credit for Them. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. pp. 133–. ISBN 978-1-4422-3004-0. 
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  64. ^ Joan N. Burstyn (1 October 1996). Past and Promise: Lives of New Jersey Women. Syracuse University Press. pp. 303–. ISBN 978-0-8156-0418-1. 
  65. ^ Lucy Shoe Meritt (1984). History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1939-1980. ASCSA. pp. 107–. ISBN 978-0-87661-942-1. 

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