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Mausoleum of Halicarnasus


The Mausoleum of Halicarnasus, Bodrum © Emily Johnston

If you're a budding archaeologist, or have an interest in the past then this is the place for you!

Explore the different tabs to discover what archaeology is and what archaeologists can tell us about different people, places and time periods. If you've got a question, send us an email, or if you'd like a specific topic covered then write to us!

For Teachers


Encourage your kids to learn about their class topic and engage with archaeology. Explore the different topics for more information on your class topics & scroll through the resources tab to find activities to use in class.

For Academics


Want to get involved? Archaeo-Logic is a crowdsourced website, created with help from you. If you have a specific topic you'd like to share, then send us an email!

About Archaeo-Logic 


 Archaeo-Logic is the go-to site for anyone with an interest in archaeology and the past. Here you'll be introduced to some of the key concepts of archaeology, so you can be ready for your first steps in the field. We share different topics where we'll look at an important site, artefact and person. You can also find resources to explore and deepen your understanding of topics. And if you're ready to get their hands dirty and dig for yourselves, there's a list of local community events, digs & projects to get involved in. 


Emily Johnston

About the Founder

I'm Emily, and the founder of Archaeo-Logic. I am currently completing a PhD in Archaeology, studying community outreach in the Scottish commercial archaeology sector. I also work part time in a school, and am a Young Archaeologist Club leader!

I wanted to create Archaeo-Logic as a place for kids with an interest in archaeology to come and discover more. This is the site that I would have loved as a kid, just discovering the world of archaeology. 

I also write a blog, where I share my own insights into life, archaeology and heritage and archaeological sites I've visited. 


Archaeo-Logic is only possible due to the generous contribution of many within the profession. Each article has been researched by those who study, work in, or have a passion for that subject. By crowd-sourcing content, we are able to cover a wide range of topics and specialities, with authors from different cities, countries and backgrounds.This way you get to hear the voices of many, in one place! If you would like to get in touch with an author of a specific post then follow the links provided, or give us an email.  If you've like to contribute to the website, then send us an email - we'd love to collaborate with you! 

We’d love to hear from you!

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