“The oldest and largest anthropology museum in the Southwest”
Arizona State Museum is the oldest and largest anthropology museum in the Southwest, established in 1893 by the Arizona Territorial Legislature. is the state's official permitting agency for archaeological and paleontological projects across the state. is the state’s official archaeological repository and is the largest/busiest non-federal intake facility in the country. administers the Arizona Antiquities Act; assists state and federal agencies in enforcing related legislation. Opens in a new window and repatriation. is the University of Arizona’s anthropology museum and is one of the oldest research units on the campus. hosts researchers from around the world who use the collections to expand the frontiers of knowledge in archaeology, ethnology, and ethnohistory. is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.
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Arizona State Museum
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