The investigation of past cultures of the modern nationstate of Lithuania through the study and scientific analysis of material remains (i.e., osteological, artifactual, architectural, etc.).
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Amber in Lithuanian Archaeological Literature
The present amber bibliography covers the period of Lithuanian Archaeological literature from 1792 to 2001. [PDF]
Baltic Amber Bibliography: Lithuania
Contributors from Lithuania have submitted the following bibliographic material, which has appeared in Amber in Lithuanian Archaeological Literature, and was reproduced with permission.
Bergen/the Baltic: An archaeological axis
The archaeologists of Lithuania are digging themselves out of their professional isolation towards the west with the help of researchers from Bergen.
Synopsis of the Museum's archaeological collections, and collecting strategy.
Kernave: Lithuania’s ‘Troy’ to celebrate UNESCO heritage site listing
From The Baltic Times, in the 1970s, Lithuanian archaeologists began following up rumours of a magnificent ancient city, stumbling across a site about 35 km from Vilnius unscathed by war and industrial development, which many now call Lithuania’s first capital – Kernave. (March 03, 2005)
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