1819 in archaeology
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The year 1819 in archaeology involved some significant events.
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- The remains of the villa of Pliny, named Villa di Pino, are excavated during 1802–1819 (following the excavations of 1713).
- In Italy, detailed excavations continue at Pompeii.
- The Bignor Roman Villa is excavated between 1811 and 1819.
- April - In India, the Ajanta Caves are rediscovered by a British hunting party.
- Roman villa found at Stancombe Park near North Nibley, England.
- In Italy, sexual, nude artifacts from Pompeii are hidden from public view in Naples' Secret Museum.
- In Italy, John Gardner Wilkinson meets the antiquarian Sir William Gell and resolves to study Egyptology.
- King Francis I of Naples visits the Pompeii exhibition at the National Museum with his wife and daughter.
- June 16 – The 7.7–8.2 Mw Rann of Kutch earthquake shakes western India with a maximum Mercalli intensity of XI (Extreme), leaving more than 1,500 dead.
- "Two Centuries After British Army Officer Discovered Ajanta, Descendant to Visit Caves". indianexpress.com. Retrieved 17 May 2017.
- Russell, Miles. Bignor Roman Villa. History Press. ISBN 9780750964784.