New Frontiers of Pacific Research: Archaeology 

When:
Tue 12 Nov 2013,  6pm–8pm
Where:
Soundings Theatre, Level 2
Cost:
Free (registration required)
Type:
Talk; Special; Friends 

Archaeological party at lunch on crest of inland cliff directly above Paekakariki railway station 18.09.1960, Adkin, Leslie (1888–1964), Wellington. Gift of Adkin Family, 1997. Te Papa
Archaeological party at lunch on crest of inland cliff directly above Paekakariki railway station 18.09.1960, Adkin, Leslie (1888–1964), Wellington. Gift of Adkin Family, 1997. Te Papa
Archaeology has played a significant role in developing new understandings of Pacific cultures and their histories. Come and listen as three expert archaeologists share their experiences working in New Zealand and the Pacific, highlighting key discoveries in the region and opportunities for new research. 

Presented by the Friends of Te Papa in association with the Journal of the Polynesian Society.

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