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Take an extensive look at the people, traditions and architecture of Ancient Egypt. This section includes activities, articles, and further resources.
Historic Archaeology is the study of people who lived during the past 200 years or so by looking at the artifacts they left behind. An artifact is anything made or used by people.
Did you visit the Ornithology table during March Break at the ROM? Learn more about the featured birds.
A brief introduction to Iroquoian architecture based on archaeological evidence.