The Archaeological Institute of America

Western New York Society (Buffalo)

Welcome to the homepage of the Western New York (Buffalo) Society of the Archaeological Institute of America. The society hosts approximately four public lectures in Buffalo each year between September and May, as well as conducting other outreach activities. Our members include professional archaeologists, students, interested members of the public, fans of archaeology, and primary and high school students. Consider joining the AIA today!

On this site, you'll find a list of of this year's lectures and upcoming activities, photos from past events, as well as other information about the society. All lectures are free and are open to the general public.


September 28, 2015, 6.30 p.m

Tróia (Grândola, Portugal) or the Portuguese Troy- a mystery in the edge of the Roman World: space, architecture, sculpture, painting, mosaics."

Filomena Limão (Universidade Nova de Lisboa).

Where: Buffalo Museum of Science

When: Wednesday Wednesday, October 28, 2015


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