You have free Weekly articles remaining this month!

Start your free trial

Enjoying Cosmos Weekly?

Get unlimited access and a four-week free trial

You can cancel anytime

Start your free trial

Already a subscriber? Sign in.

Archaeology for the Anthropocene

Angkor Wat imposed on top of a modern urban city, Phnom Penh
Archaeology may seem old hat, but societies such as that at Angkor Wat can offer clues to the rise – and fall – of large-scale urban economies. Credit: hippostudio, Phnom Penh: Andy Teo aka Photocillin / Getty Images

Step aside, Indiana Jones, the next generation of archaeologists is here – and they’re looking back to the future

Previous Issues

Exit mobile version