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The Archaeology Ring groups all the sites with archaeological content. All these sites belong to associations or foundations which perform or describe archaeological excavations. Field Work servers are welcome on this ring, too. There is no limitation regarding the period; the range is from prehistorical, protohistorical, classical up to modern industry archaeology.
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