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WHO WE ARE

The TAS is a professional and avocational society that engages in and promotes scientific archeological exploration and research, preservation and conservation of archeological materials and sites, and the interpretation and publication of data.

We provide students of all ages the opportunity to take part in research and training through our Academies, Field School, and Annual Meeting.


Upcoming events

    • February 25, 2023
    • February 26, 2023
    • El Paso Museum of Archaeology and Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site
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    The 2023 Rock Art Academy is a two-day Texas Archeology Academy that explores regional rock art archeological sites, Mogollon archeological sites, and how investigators use this information to interpret the human and natural histories of an area. Classroom sessions for the Academy is tentatively scheduled to be held at the El Paso Museum of Archaeology with the field session at Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site on February 25-26, 2023.



    • March 24, 2023
    • March 26, 2023
    • Legacy Plaza Pavillion, Goldthwaite, Texas
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    The 2023 TAS Archeology 101 Academy provides background information on the archeology of the state of Texas and how to identify archeological sites, both pre-European and historic in nature. Instructions are provided for accurate site recording that allows archeologists to assess the importance and significance of a site or sites and contribute to the synthesis of the state’s cultural heritage. Classroom sessions for this academy will be held at the Legacy Plaza Pavilion, in downtown Goldthwaite, Texas. With the hands-on field component held Sunday March 26, 2023 just outside Goldthwaite at the Clovis Field site on the Barnett Ranch.





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Promoting the study, preservation, and awareness of Texas archeology since 1928!



SPONSORS







Previous sponsors include: The Brown Foundation, The Clements Foundation, The Hamman FoundationThe Trull Foundation, and The Summerfield G. Roberts Foundation.

Funding for organizational expenses has been provided to Texas Archeological Society from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act of 2020.




Texas Archeological Society

tasoffice@txarch.org

512.245.1696

Texas Archeological Society, Department of Anthropology, Texas State University, 601 University Drive, San Marcos, Texas 78666-4616


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