1915 in archaeology
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The year 1915 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- R. E. Merwin leads Harvard University's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology project at Lubaantun.
- Alfred V. Kidder (director of the Southwestern Expedition for Phillips Andover Academy) excavates Pecos Pueblo, New Mexico (ending 1927).
- Earl Halstead Morris excavates Twin Angels Pueblo.
- Nijmegen Helmet is found in the Netherlands.
- Sylvanus Morley - An Introduction to the Study of Maya Hieroglyphs.
- 21 September - Cecil Chubb acquires Stonehenge at auction for £6600.
- The first of the 'Etruscan terracotta warriors', forged by sculptor Alfredo Fioravanti with the Riccardi family, is purchased by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
- August 8 - María Rostworowski, Peruvian historian (died 2016).
- December 8 - Bernard Fagg, English archaeologist working in Nigeria (died 1987).
- December 28 - Martyn Jope, British archaeologist and biochemist (died 1996).
- Michael J. O'Kelly, Irish archaeologist (died 1982).
- February 23 - Theodore M. Davis, American Egyptological excavation sponsor (born 1837).
- May 10 - Gaston Cros, French army officer and archaeologist, killed in action (born 1861).
- October 24 - Désiré Charnay, French archaeologist of Central America (born 1828).
- "Maria Rostworowski Obituary". theguardian.com. Retrieved 17 May 2017.
- O'Kelly, Michael J.; O'Kelly, Claire. Early Ireland: An Introduction to Irish Prehistory. xi: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521336871.
- "Claude-Joseph-Desire Charnay - French archaeologist". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 17 May 2017.