Please join us for our next speaker and meeting.

Wednesday, April 3, 2024, 7pm

“The Resilience of Virginia’s First Peoples: Today’s Tribes and Nations Moving Forward”

Carole Nash, PhD, RPA
James Madison University, School of Integrated Sciences

MEETINGS: Our chapter meetings are normally held the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in Arey Hall, at the Bridgewater Municipal Building, which is located at 201 Green Street, Bridgewater.  View map here.

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We encourage everyone to consider joining the Archeological Society of Virginia.

The purposes of the ASV are:

  • To promote the study of archeology and anthropology, especially but not limited to the prehistoric and historic periods in Virginia
  • To work for the proper conservation and exploration of archeological sites and materials
  • To encourage the scientific study of archeological sites and materials and to discourage careless, misdirected, or commercial collecting of artifacts
  • To promote the spread of archeological knowledge through the media of publications, meetings, lectures, exhibits, etc.
  • To collaborate with other organizations and agencies that serve the same purposes as those of this society
  • To serve as a bond between individual members and as a link with similar organizations in other states